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I am ordering a 50 Full Sole and a 56 Heel Toe Grind and the shaft options are stumping me...I have read about the Spinner, Hi Rev options. While I would like some spin these don't seem to get good full swing opinions...Are the Hi Rev more stable for a full swing and the DG spinner...What else should I consider, they have multiple options

 

Suggestions would be helpful...

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Originally Posted by tlavas View Post
 

I am ordering a 50 Full Sole and a 56 Heel Toe Grind and the shaft options are stumping me...I have read about the Spinner, Hi Rev options. While I would like some spin these don't seem to get good full swing opinions...Are the Hi Rev more stable for a full swing and the DG spinner...What else should I consider, they have multiple options

 

Suggestions would be helpful...

You don't necessarily have to get the same shaft in both. Maybe get the spinner in the 56 and one that is rated better for the full swing on the 50. I don't know about you but my 56 hardly ever sees a full swing, however my gap wedge (52 in my case) does on occasion.

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Great idea on the 56...I will order the DG Spinner on the 56...

 

any ideas on the 50 for a full swing option?

post #4 of 8

 This is a good question, especially the full swing part.

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Originally Posted by tristanhilton85 View Post... Maybe get the spinner in the 56 and one that is rated better for the full swing on the 50. ...

The DG Spinner shaft series is designed for players who hit primarily partial shots with their wedges.

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So to get in on the 20% off sale I had to order the wedges last night...I ended up putting the DG Spinner in the 56 with toe / heel grind bent 1 % strong...I opted for the KBS Tour S for the 50 with Full Sole no grind...

 

Hope I like them, return policy is liberal if not...

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I think you chose...wisely..let us know how they work out.

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4 rounds and so far I really like the wedges, I didn't return them...
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