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Anybody else using a Paragon wedge?

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bgary34    0

I was shopping around for a new wedge at my local pro last week, and came upon a Paragon 60*.05* wedge. After a recommendation from two of the pros, I demoed it along with a 60*.08* Adams Tom Watson Anniversary Edition 682, a 60*.04* Vokey SM4, and a 58*.08* Cleveland 588 RTX. To my surprise, I hit this $29.99 Paragon wedge noticeably better than the others (with the Vokey giving the second best results). I was wondering if anybody else was playing one of these wedges, because after 3 rounds I could not possibly be happier with this club. Is it just me, or does anybody else have a new favorite wedge from I company I had never heard of before last week?

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bgary34    0

A little over a week ago neither had I, and it is hard to find any info about them online. I was hoping someone on here had discovered them as well. Not looking that way at the moment...

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