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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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Callaway 56 and 60 degree X-tours. I was surprised by how much of the ball remains in the grooves after I hit it. I have only hit range balls with it so I'm excited to see what kind of spin I can get with a softer ball.
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I have a set of Adams by Tom Watson that I've used for about a year. I just recently replaced the 60 degree in that set with a 58 degree Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedge that I am expecting to preform magic with on the close shots.
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Vokeys are the way to go if you don't have problems with ball striking. I also have a set of CG10s that I like, but the Vokeys get a lot more spin and feel like I have a little more behind the ball and the shot.

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I had always used Cleveland 588 RTG wedges, but tried a Mizuno wedge and it felt so much better to me. I'm keeping my 51 degree Cleveland in the bag so I have a club that I don't mind hitting out of lies where I may catch a rock or other sticky situation.
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I have both a Nike and Callaway.. the Callaway is great for bump and runs, and I use the Nike primarily for anything <60 yards out. Whenever I use the callaway on the range, it seems either to be a hit or miss type of thing, so I'm still working on it.

Got the Callaway for 60 bucks barely used at a golf store, so i couldnt pass it up haha
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I currently have a 52 degree and 60 degree Titleist Vokey Oil Can design in my bag along with a 56 degree Taylor Made RAC Black. I am looking to change myself probably before the start of the new season so this is going be interesting to see what is going to be the best choice. I like the look of the Spin Milled Vokey's but I always hear about Cleveland being the best wedge in the market. What does everyone think?
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