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Scratch wedge owners, what can I expect?


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You made a great choice. I have 3 Tour Department wedges (very similar to your 1018) and I really like them. Easily one of the best wedges that I've ever owned. I would never hesitate to put another set of Scratch wedges (or any Scratch clubs really) in my bag.
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Thanks everyone for the response's. I am now more confident than ever that I made the right choice. I received an e-mail from Jon Eggland today, he said the clubs will be built this week, and hopefully shipped out by the end of the week. I can't wait to get these puppies in the bag!
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can't see the pics? Went to their site last night and almost choked after I saw the $350 price tag for a custom wedge. Think I wil just find a mass produced one.

Trying to figure out how to attach them. Can you tell I'm not computer savvy? You don't have to go the "full custom" route. My wedges were 150 a piece. Not much more than you'd pay for a vokey, but much better quality imo and customer service is excellent.

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Trying to figure out how to attach them. Can you tell I'm not computer savvy? You don't have to go the "full custom" route. My wedges were 150 a piece. Not much more than you'd pay for a vokey, but much better quality imo and customer service is excellent.

Or, you can go 8629 for $100. No need to get a Tour Department wedge unless you really want one and if you do, the price is very resonable.

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Nice...and those were how much? How did you decide what grind to go with? I spoke to a rep and he just said D/D for me? Thanks ahead for any information.

Thank's for the compliment. I looked at their site for awhile and decided that what they called a "digger/slider" was the type of game I play. So after a little more research on their site, I found what I thought would be best for me, and pulled the trigger. I went and played around with them at my local practice facility and all I can say is, WOW. I'm very happy with the quality of these clubs. I'm glad I pulled that trigger!

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