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  1. 1. Which brand do you use when it comes to wedges? Pros and Cons.

    • Callaway
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    • Taylormade
      33
    • Titleist
      129
    • Mizuno
      44
    • Cleveland
      122
    • Nike
      17
    • Bridgestone
      2
    • Srixon
      2
    • Ping
      28
    • Cobra
      5
    • Others (Please specify)
      52


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I have a Callaway X-Tour Vintage PM 60.I also have a 50 and 56 degree titleist 200 series. I want to replace them with callaway wedges or mizuno wedges. I like the feel of forged wedges than cast wedges
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Have used Cleveland wedges for years. Just got the new Callaway X-Forged (52 and 58 C grind). They are designed by Roger Cleveland and remind me of some of his earlier designs. Also re-shafted them with the Rifle spinner wedge shaft which gives a great feel in wedges.
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Puglielli 54*& 58* DGS300

If ya ever get a chance to look at one of these in person, check the milling on the face. Unlike any I've seen. Spin milled, but different. Agressive bounce.
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I bought a new CG12 56 last year even though I had never used a Cleveland before. I bought it to replace a Tom Watson wedge that I got at Target. I guess I never went crazy over the CG12. It works fine, but so did my Watson. Even with the zip groove it doesnt seem to spin any more.

So because I was not blown away by the Cleveland I decided to buy a Nike SV Tour Gap wedge. I was blown away! The Nike has a much better feel to me then the Cleveland.
It sticks to the greens better and the ball feels like butter off the club head.

So then I got the Nike Lob for Christmas and I cant wait to try it out. If it ever gets warm again in Wisconsin...
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Vokey wedges - grinds done by Bob Vokey - just the best craftsman in golf.

Although I have been lucky, very lucky, I would recommend having someone grind wedges for you - different conditions, courses, grasses etc can make a huge difference.
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I love my MacGregor V-FOIL wedges, 56 and 60.
pros...can stop/spin the ball on a dime...cons, the ball stops/spins on a dime!
If I need the ball to run a bit I use my trusty old trashed abused 56 Vokey.
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