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Bending/Grinding wedges

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So here are my yardages

60-90 yards(was a 56 bent to 60 so more bounce)

56-105

52-115 (hit solid totally moon balls)

pw-140

i have some gaps and at times my pw goes 145 but dont get any distance on wedges so heres what i want to do

bend my 60 to 56 because i like it and its raw and i chip with a 56

bend my 56 to 62 and get the sole and heel grinded(comments?)

bed my 52 to 47 because i want a lower trajectory cause it goes so dang high

i might add a 52 in at times if i need more wedges

my other question is i am really short and hold my hands really low, if i get the lies adjusted what will that affect and help with

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What loft is you PW?

Getting the lies adjusted can help a few things, hitting the center of the face more often being one of them.  I'd experiment with this http://thesandtrap.com/t/58023/custom-lie-for-irons#post_711765

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Originally Posted by mvmac

What loft is you PW?

Getting the lies adjusted can help a few things, hitting the center of the face more often being one of them.  I'd experiment with this http://thesandtrap.com/t/58023/custom-lie-for-irons#post_711765


thanks for the advice

my pw is 45 but a cavity back so bigger smash factor

i got my 52 to 49

my 56-60

my 60 to 55

i got all they lies done and i gained way more yards that the degrees would suggest- thaks

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