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Help me buy a gap wedge

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Need a gap wedge, I'm thinking 50 degrees and currently leaning towards a Vokey SM4. Any other suggestions?

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I really love my tour models from ping, give them some green side shots before you commit to something else. Whatever is comfortable and gives you confid
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Get a job - even after a few hours of minimum wage work, you can probably afford almost any gap wedge.
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The Cleveland CG16 is a great wedge. I too really like the Vokey wedges, and I have one in my bag, but after trying the Cleveland wedge, I loved it.

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Assuming you want advise, not money.

Either match your irons or match your wedges. You MAY get a bit more length if you match your irons. You MAY get a bit more versatility if you match your wedges.

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Originally Posted by rustyredcab

Assuming you want advise, not money.

Either match your irons or match your wedges. You MAY get a bit more length if you match your irons. You MAY get a bit more versatility if you match your wedges.

Huh? Not following.

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Originally Posted by meenman

Get a job - even after a few hours of minimum wage work, you can probably afford almost any gap wedge.

How the **** does this help? Price was never an issue

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Originally Posted by FloppedBalls

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Originally Posted by meenman

Get a job - even after a few hours of minimum wage work, you can probably afford almost any gap wedge.

How the **** does this help? Price was never an issue

Take it easy. He was joking.

This is like the 3rd or 4th thread that you've posted about gap wedges, so you're obviously concerned about choosing the right wedge. If it hasn't been said before, go to a golf shop, take a look around, and try to hit as many as they will allow you to. Anything from the major OEM's, as long as you like it and feel comfortable with it, will be a good choice. Remember that you always have the option of bending the loft of a wedge if it's not just right.

Good luck.

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Originally Posted by FloppedBalls

Huh? Not following.

Some irons sets do have an available GW that progressively follows the lofts. You can opt for that OR you can match the GW with whatever SW and/or LW you have in your bag.

For example, if you have a Titleist AP1 set, there is a matching GW that goes with that. The other option is if you SW or LW is a Vokey SM4, then get a Vokey SM4 GW.

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Thanks.

I already play a 60º Vokey LW so I decided to buy a 50º GW and a 46º PW to replace one that I just lost.

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