I maybe wasn't clear in the original post but I know my full swing yardages and my intermediate distances for my current set of wedges. I'm just wondering if there is a better way to arrange the gaps based on the experience of others. I like the clock face system for hitting intermediate distances so I'm interested in how to optimize it.
When I bought my first set of wedges I only thought about the gaps in loft. I then worked out out the yardages afterwards, but that means I ended up with some uneven yardage gaps. So second time round I am going to look at things by distance i.e. I am going to buy a wedge that goes X yards with a full swing.
My current wedge profile looks like this (distance along the x axis, %age effort on the y axis, each wedge has a different color)
So I could bunch the full swing yardages closer together, but then I lose a high lofted wedge around the green:
Or I can spread out the full swing yardages:
Or maybe I can learn to hit more intermediate distances with each wedge.
4 wedges and 3-4 distances seems to be a common approach so I am just interested in how people put their yardages together. Or maybe, like me, they just bought the wedges and then see what yardages they end up with.
The reason I said no is because I don't find it reasonable to allow someone to play their "final round" days in advance. I feel that way almost exactly for the reason of what actually happened here, with extreme changes in the weather. I'm not even saying it because the athlete would necessarily have an advantage, because it was be just as unfortunate if that person had to play in horrible weather while everyone else had perfect weather.