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What Bounce are you using on your wedges?

I've got a 14 Bounce 54º Cleveland CG10 and a 4 Bounce 60º Vokey Spin Milled. Next time i re-equip, i'm going to go with a 48º 6 Bounce Vokey 200 instead of the PW that comes with my set, a 54º 10 Bounce Vokey 200 and a 58º 8 Bounce Vokey 200. (i'll prob. get the oil can, i like the way they look. any opinions on playability of the oil can vokeys vs. the regular silvers?)

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56.10 and 60.08

Both Vokey SM in the Tour Satin finish.

I didn't want to go for the oil can finish as I don't like the look of them when they rust (this may be a benefit, but I just don't like it)

Both these bounces work well for me; the 56 has enough for bunker play and rough, and is also low enough to pick it up clean off a fairway.

I tried the 60.04 which was great off the mats at the range, but when I tried it on the course it just got caught up too much. The 60.08 was the better club for out on the course.

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PW (S58) is 47.10
SW (vokey) is 54.14 (but have ordered 54.10 Ping Tour-W)
LW is 58.08

Best combination for full shots. Versitile wedges and half/3 quarter swings fill the gaps.

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