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I like to hit a low, trapped wedge from 50-75 yards. It's fun and I feel confident doing it. A lot of times, hitting that thing stiff can help turn around a bad round, as well.
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I'm probably most comfortable with my 56° wedge from about 90 yards. I'm also becoming more confident with my 52° wedge from about 110 yards.

Not sure if I'd classify them as "bread and butter" yet.
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Anything between 312'8" and 327'3" with my driver, uphill and 10~15 MPH into the wind. I get really mad if I don't hit the stick, at least. That and within 6" of the hole, I also feel very confident with my putter at that distance.

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Anything between 312'8" and 327'3" with my driver, uphill and 10~15 MPH into the wind. I get really mad if I don't hit the stick, at least. That and within 6" of the hole, I also feel very confident with my putter at that distance.

I think your post is only humorous because you quoted distances of 112 yards to 127 yards with your driver :)

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