@Joe Mama ,
I the book Lowest Score Wins, the authors recommend taking your wedges PW, gap, sand, lob etc and hitting them full, 3/4, 1/2 and even 1/4 and getting the distances down. For the reduced length swings, you still swing full speed, but just shorten the backswing. What you will get are reduced distances and different trajectories.
Example: For me
PW - full (120) 3/4 (100) 1/2 (75)
52 - full (100), 3/4 (80), 1/2 (60)
58 - full (85), 3/4 (70) 1/2 (50).
The length of the backswing is approximate and what it feels to you. What you get are a variety of shots with fewer wedges. I would recommend you try this with your PW, 54 and 60 and see what happens. The cool thing is a 3/4 swing, for me, produces a straighter shot with less dispersion than a full shot. So if I have 80 to the pin, I can opt for a 3/4 52 gap wedge. I would only use a full 58 if I had to carry the whole way. i birdied a par 5 last week because I had 70 to the pin and hit a 3/4 58 where I had to carry a bunker.
It gives you tons of options. They also recommend taping the actual distances to the underside of the wedge shaft for quick reference. I haven't done this yet, but I do have a pretty good memory for numbers.
If you haven't read the book, I think you would enjoy it.