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metrybill

Wedge specs for tight lies.

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I play in the Deep South, where tight bermuda lies are common. What manufacturer and models do you like for gap and sand wedges to handle these condiitons?

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Edel - because they are fit to you, and even the leading edge of the high bounce wedges are tight to the ground.

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You might also take a look at Hopkins Golf, which specializes in wedges. As part of its wedge fitting, Hopkins has a US map divided into regions for different turf conditions. (your Deep South is one).

See: http://www.hopkinsgolf.com/page/index

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What Edel model, grind and cost?

edelgolf.com

Get the cast - it's soft.

I detected no difference between $300 forged and $195 cast.

Tonight, put 'SAVE20" in the promo and the cost comes down to about $155. And everything is custom - but you've got to know your grind.

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Yeah the Edel cast wedges are great.

Good thread to check out

http://thesandtrap.com/t/57874/my-edel-wedges-or-super-bounce-and-why-its-good-for-you-or-the-sweet-spot-is-finally-in-the-right-place

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