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

    • Callaway
      37
    • 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'm happy with my Mizuno MR wedges. In fact, I'm thinking of replacing my Cleveland 60 deg. These are the most versatile and well rounded wedges I've ever hit. Great bite on pitches.
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Vokeys....always have, always will...


My Dad is good friend with Bob Vokey (he's originally from Montreal), and they grew up together and went to High School together. He actually emailed us from the British Open last year.

Can't beat the Spin-Milled oil can finish in my opinion. I like the way the finish wears off.
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...and I support you 100%. As I posted above, I've got a 52 and a 56 deg. and I'm strongly considering replacing my Cleveland 60 with another MR. What do you like best about your 56 deg? I love the way the MR's pitch and chip and I like the trajectory control second best.

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I just picked up a Volkey spin milled 56 to replace my Cleveland. It's going to take some getting use to the spin, but for shots around the green its great. I figured for $85 I'd give it a try. I had some pro shop credit from a tourney to spend.
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I use the wedges that came with my irons. I have Adams Tight Lies GT 500s (PW, SW, LW). I'm thinking about buying some Mizuno or Cleveland wedges.
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i am telling you the honest truth
you need to try the solus wedges
they have so much spn and you can stop them on a dime
with the extra bite i promise you can sit them down anywhere

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I play Cleveland RTG 900 form forged 54 and 58 degree wedges. The kind that rust up. I am very happy with these.

I think it's important to note on why I play the particular lofts I do. Virtually all irons now are coming up with 45 degree pitching wedges (used to be 48). Most players I see, go from PW to SW - a difference of 11 degrees (45-56).

A gap this large is a disaster for short games. For most sets, you either need to purchase a gap wedge (i.e. 50 degrees). Adding 54 and 58 give me full shots from 75 yards and out.
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