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Thoughts on Ping M/B wedges?

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Any body have any comments on these?
I just picked up a couple fairly cheap on Ebay. The 54 and the 60.
Thanks.
I've had Ping Eye 2 wedges for years and thought I would try these.

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Depending on how much you paid for them, it could be a really good deal. They're good clubs, but I don't think that they're "elite." Coming from a PING fan, I don't think PING wedges are in the same class as Vokeys or X-Forged. But, like I said, they're good clubs and if you got a good deal, it could be a great purchase.

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Any body have any comments on these?

I played Ping MB's for about 2 years (56* and 60*). The distance with them is great, with great feel... Some people dont like the looks (didnt bother me much). Spin is somewhat difficult to achieve with these wedges. I sold them a month ago and got Cleveland 588's (more of a budget purchase). I prob would have went with Vokey's if I could afford new ones

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You'll be happy, I've got them in my back up set. Played them for years, I think they are the best Ping wedge, although the i-wedges are only a hair behind. I'm using the tour-w now becase I got a used set that came with them and I'll give them a shot. Good luck and happy pin hunting... jmoc

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Bringing back an old thread. Reviews seem positive in this thread, but it's kind of old now.

I am usually pretty good at a flop shot, but my lowest wedge is a 54*. I'd like a lob wedge that could get a little more spin on the ball than my Callaway X-16 SW, and I'd like something to hit from a closer distance. I've hit my sand wedge over the green a lot recently, and tried choking up but still struggled. I think a 60* wedge would help with that and make the lob shots easier.

I don't want to spend a lot. I have a $50 gift card to Edwin Watts and they have a Ping M/B 60* at my local store for 49.99, so this seems like a no-brainer. Just thought I'd get some more feedback on the club's usage for short pitch shots and flop shots. I could probably get a Callaway Forged wedge or a Titleist Vokey for a similar price on ebay, but then I can't use my gift card.

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