Haven't posted in a long time. I have played well the past few years, got my handicap down around 5 or 6 and played pretty regularly, but recently, I lowered my swing plane more, made my hands deeper, etc. I'm hitting all my clubs well, heck, I can pull out my driver and know for sure I'm going to hit it solid... I'm hitting better than ever.
Here's the problem:
My two wedges, sand and lob, are incredibly unreliable. I hit them shorter and often hit them poorly. I hit my 3 iron around 200-210 yards now, and it's probably the most consistent club in my bag. I went from hitting my 60º wedged 90 yards to about 65. I feel like the club just slides under the ball, and it flops up into the air with no power at all. Is this common, and is there a good, valid, scientific reason?