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I need a 52 and 56 degree wedge? What ones should I look at getting. I'm looking at Callaways, Vokeys, Cleveland, and Mizuno.
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Golf Galaxy (at least in my area) has 2 Cleveland wedges for $100.00 atm. I think it's a Cleveland promo. Can't go wrong there.
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i dont have any chain stores until a month, then i move for school ,and will be an hour away from an edwin watts.
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Golf Galaxy (at least in my area) has 2 Cleveland wedges for $100.00 atm. I think it's a Cleveland promo. Can't go wrong there.

Same. Got me both of those actually. cg10's. came out to be 109.85 exactly.

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i dont have any chain stores until a month, then i move for school ,and will be an hour away from an edwin watts.

ahh i know the feeling. Hawaii has no golf galaxy, dicks, golf warehouse, edwin watts, or any other golf chain stores. I'll be back in St. Louis in 8 days where i go to school about 10 minutes from a golf galaxy :)

To be honest, i've never even swung a wedge other than Vokey wedges. My first golf coach had some older models which he gave to me and i've stuck with them since then. The next time i'm in the market for a wedge i'll definitely look at all the options though :)
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Golf Galaxy (at least in my area) has 2 Cleveland wedges for $100.00 atm. I think it's a Cleveland promo. Can't go wrong there.

I took advantage of that,too. Bought a 56* and 60* to replace my Burner SW and LW, then bought a CG14 52* the following day

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It's hard to go wrong with the top brands. If you plan to buy clubs without testing, Cleveland, Vokey and Mizuno are pretty safe buys.
Since you already got a Vokey wedge and if you like it, getting more of them will probably work out great.
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Im partial to Mizuno wedges (I prefer the feel of forgings), but Callaways, Vokeys and Clevelands are nice wedges.
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Im partial to Mizuno wedges (I prefer the feel of forgings), but Callaways, Vokeys and Clevelands are nice wedges.

And thats the way i am. Those mizuno clubs feel awesome, but do they have good grooves?

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