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I've Spent More Trying to Find the Right Wedge ... but not on one Wedge.

post #1 of 9
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Value ...

 

It's different for everyone.

 

The unobtainable "must have" made from the "Hands of God."

 

How much would you pay?

 

Would you laugh ... and say "I can't believe that."

 

Happens all the time when it comes to golf equipment.

 

The $600 custom shaft embossed with your name ... the $350 Oban, Matrix, or Fujikura Shaft.

 

The $950 TM R1 Driver with Oban Shaft.

 

Now....

 

For your consideration, I offer the Miura, personal hand ground by Miura-san, K Grind 64 degree Wedge.

 

Only 6 left (at last count), out of 12, in the world, and only available at www.aceofclubstp.com

 

Yes, more $$$ than a 3 set of cast, personally fit Edel Wedges.

 

Miura 64 K ... for those crowned, undulating or huge greens when the ball must hit and stop. 

 

A "must have" for a few Miura loyalists who want the unobtainium almost-unobtainable, ultimate greenside  weapon (if they practice a lot ... (okay, remember most of this is tongue in cheek) Going, going ....

 

Having owned a 56 K Grind, the K Grind reduces drag and is stunning out of the sand, yet an all around wedge.

 

And here she is,the Miura 64 K grind, medium width sole, 6 degrees of bounce, soft leading edge, any shaft, any grip, superior build to your specs:

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 9

That is a beauty!!! but the golfer still has to put a good swing on the club to get it to work right, just like my MD 58*-14C .

post #3 of 9

That wedge is so beautiful... I want it in my bag.... right now. Probably the most beautiful wedge on the market...

post #4 of 9

Pretty wedge!  I'd like more bounce though.

 

I'm not real price sensitive when it comes to my equipment, but I have to admit, paying that much money for a single wedge would give me pause.

post #5 of 9

I'd have to carry a junker for all the shots coming out of bunkers with pebbles and bare dirt. Imagine the day you put a big ding on that wedge. My wedges look they have been dragged behind a truck.

post #6 of 9

How much are they? I think I know what I need to save up for...

post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by SamGray View Post
 

How much are they? I think I know what I need to save up for...

They will be gone soon.

post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post
 

Pretty wedge!  I'd like more bounce though.

 

I'm not real price sensitive when it comes to my equipment, but I have to admit, paying that much money for a single wedge would give me pause.

That's what I offered him as advice. But he'd already designed it before he talked with me ... the nerve.

 

I would have suggested more bounce and killed leading edge that was low to the ground where the bounce design came in later after contact - that way you can have higher bounce and  a ground-hugging leading edge.

 

With this wedge, I'd be forced to come in shallow, which is not my typical swing, but doable. Depends on the leading edge and how close it is to the ground.

post #9 of 9

That's so purdy, I'd hate to scratch it up playing it..

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