Originally Posted by WUTiger
I can understand why some TST players have separate practice- and game-day wedges. I'm just not one of them.
Curious what your reasons are for not doing so. I ask because I was considering this recently, especially with how inexpensive it is for me to get spare wedges, and I'd like to lean on your club expertise.
I do most of my iron practice with a 6-iron and a PW, and I use all three wedges (P, G, 56) for my short-game practice. It occurs to me that putting together spares of all three would cost me about $100, including shipping (all GolfWorks clubs, which I believe you use also). If I did this, I'd use the newly built ones for gameday and the current ones for my practice bag.
The one thing I worry about if I do this is short-game stuff, if the amount of practice would wear off the bounce on my clubs, causing my short game practice to be with effectively a different
set of clubs than I use on gameday, even if the shaft length, grip, and unmodified head (I wouldn't deliberately modify the head), etc were the same.