My clubs were stolen a few months ago, and I was using a set of hand-me-downs to get me through, while I am purchasing my new clubs.
I just went and bought a set of Wilson Staff Ci11's 4-PW last night. I'm really excited for these.
They were "pre-owned" but looked as thought they had never been hit before. One thing concerned me a little bit, they have a "Half&Half" shaft on them. This is something I really have no experience with. Any reason I should be concerned about this? They do look mean!
I spent almost 2 hours swinging 4 different sets of clubs and ultimately decided to move forward with the Wilson Staffs. The clubs felt light, but still noticeable, and on center hits were very soft. And they definitely had the forgiveness I was looking for.
Now, to the wedges. My previous set of clubs was a "beginner box" Top-Flite set, and all I had was a PW and SW. I'm about a 25handicapper, though several years ago when I played much more often I could break 90 with some regularity.
My question is, are there "beginner" or "high-handicap" wedges I should be looking at? I am on a bit of a budget, so I'm not gonna be dropping $120 bucks on Vokey's, but what should I be looking at here? I need some quality clubs that I will benefit from, but that are somewhat affordable.