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James86

New wedges - Cobra PUR

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Hi,

im looking to get a couple of new wedges, I’ve been using the stock pw, gap and sand wedge that came with my F6 irons, I have an old Taylor made 60 degree loft wedge, but I find I thin the more delicate shots with this and have been relying on my sw! I like the PUR range from Cobra and was thinking of getting a 60 and a 56, but wasn’t entirely sure on the grind, with me thinning my current loft wedge, would the wide low grind be more suitable? And maybe a versatile for the 56? Any help is welcome

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Not sure of your skill level but a 60 is difficult to hit well because of all that loft. It requires a longer swing which equals more chance of mistakes. I don't think the grind is an issue as much with the current LW assuming you hit the SW flush. Get the right bounce for your swing and playing conditions and go from there. Steep attack or more lush turf benefits from higher bounce. Shallow attack or tighter lies benefit from lower bounce. The grind is more important if you are adjusting the face angle (ie open face flop shots etc.) However you do lose a bit of forgiveness. Most average golfers will be best suited with the standard grind. Remember you can always grind it down after the fact but you can't put material back on.

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