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

    • Callaway
    • Taylormade
    • Titleist
    • Mizuno
    • Cleveland
    • Nike
    • Bridgestone
    • Srixon
    • Ping
    • Cobra
    • Others (Please specify)

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cheap wilson 55 degree sand wedge. Has given me an amazing shot last week that i'll never forget.

I was behind a tree, 15 yards from the green. I wanted to hit around the tree, but the ball went straight up through the crotch of the tree and landed right on the green.
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I love the feel of the forged Mizuno wedges. They are way better than my old Clevelands. I like the softer feel and the beveled grind on the sole. It allows for a lot of creativity.
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Titleist. I havent gotten a chance to try it out yet as I just bought it on Ebay last night, so I cant say whether I like it or not.
However, Ive never heard anything bad about Vokeys (other than they tear balls up), so I cant foresee myself being disappointed.
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