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  1. I appreciate all the comments. This has definitely been educational. I am going to use it for a month or so and see if I get used to the hard feel. If I have good results with hard feel I will just have to get used to the hard feel.
  2. Just stupid I guess.
  3. Yes old club was 60 degree also. I actually hit it pretty clean. I appreciate the comments. I guess I had the misconception that forged =softer. I do like the more spin but still trying to get used to the feel.
  4. I recently purchased my first forged wedge. It is a calaway forged 60 degree wedge with 9 degrees bounce. I have been playing an old set of Watson wedges for probably about 5 years. It was one of those set of 3 wedges for about 50 bucks. I bought the forged wedge based on sale price and reviews. I was hitting my Watson wedges ok I just thought I needed something with a little newer technology. This is my forged club of any kind and have a few questions. This club feels hard as a rock. Is this normal for a forged club. My old wedge seemed a lot softer. Now let me say distance is better and club produces more spin but hard for me to get used to the hard feel. I blade new wedge more than my old. Old wedge has 7 degree bounce verses 9 on the new one. Is that enough to cause me to blade more often. Any have opinions on this?
  5. I agree 100%. I would even go as far as contestants couldn't have played college golf.
  6. Brent is one of the best putters I have seen on big break. He is money from 15 feet in.
  7. If you want a good laugh watch Jim Romes "golf guy". We have all played with this guy and most of have been that guy at some point. Jim gets a little over the top with his "golf guy" routine but never the less it is funny.
  8. Finally decided to join after many years of lurking. I have always enjoyed everyone's insight. Maybe I can add something beneficial.