That is a lot of wedges. I think that you really need to know how YOU hit those clubs. I for one, do not carry a lob wedge. I am not good enough to strike it consistently and the misses can be catastrophic. I hit partial swings for anything inside 100 whenever possible, and it is abundantly better. It also gives me great gapping. I recommend you figure this out for yourself. An overly simplified plan for this might be:
52 degree GW hits 100-105
Partial 8-iron for 90 yards
Partial 9-iron for 80 yards
Partial PW for 70 yards
Partial 49 degree GW for 60 yards
Partial 52 degree GW for 50 yards
Partial SW for 40 yards
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Remember to consider your range of yardages for your wedges and not just the gap between maximum distances. From what you wrote your 43-49-54-58 would be your best bet. If you don’t want to use the Sure Out 58 then take your 60* and have it bent to 58* unless that bounce change works against you.
I hit a 6I to a green (14 at Whispering Woods) a few weeks ago that never left the flag. I thought of saying "Natalie, we're tied" (she has one ace, I have zero) but didn't want to jinx myself.
Good thing, too. The ball hit a foot right of the hole, popped up a few inches, and dropped and stopped two inches in front of the ball mark. Unless I flew it in the hole — and @billchao can attest to how poorly that works out for me too — there was almost no ground covered by my ball where it could have gone in.