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Hello everyone. I found this website a few days ago and have found some really interesting stuff. I just started to get into golf last summer and really want to improve this summer.

I bought a Walter Hagen MS2 set last summer and it has been a great beginner set so far. I am finally looking to add different clubs to my set. I am looking into a 52 degree wedge considering my SW is a 56. All of my shafts are steel I believe.

What are the differences between steel and graphite shafts? Advantages/Disadvantages?

Does one hit further than the other?

Any information would be great!

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Graphite shafts for driver and fairway woods are great.  For now stick to steel on 52* wedge You are trying to hit for accuracy not distance.

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