Thought someone might have thoughts on my sand wedge situation. I have a set of Ping G5's that I really like and the set came with 3 wedges - W/U/S. This is great, but I have come to think of these wedges more as short irons than clubs I might use for the sand or even lofty chip shots.
My SW is not like what you typically see - a 'blade' type club with a bounce. The bounce is similar to the rest of the set - which is to say it is just basically the sole of a cavity back club. I don't really think of a SW as a cavity back club.
On top of that, I suck out of the sand. At least part of the reason for this - is that I suck out of the sand. But I was thinking the club might have something to do with it as well.
I've been eyeing a Cleveland blade type wedge in 56*. Mine is a 54*. I was thinking a bit more loft might be nice for some shots over the sand as well as out of it. I don't think I want to go all the way to 58 - and I know I don't want to go to 60.
Anyway - was wondering if anyone had thoughts on how detrimental my current club is to my sand game and what to look for in an alternative.
Thanks in advance.