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Hi everybody...New to the golf forums so looking forward to it. Looking for some advice when buying new wedges. Since there are so many kinds out there, hard to know what is best for my game. Currently have a 56 degree sand wedge that is really worn down and I am looking to split up into two new clubs. Thinking of going with a 60 lob wedge and another 56-58 degree gap wedge. Currently about a 20-handicap and don't spin the ball a bunch. Any brand/grind types you would recommend?
I want to replace my 58 degree wedge, it is two years old and pretty beat up. According to Arccos it is in my top 3 most used clubs. I am gaming Callaway MD3 50-10, 54-10,58-9 all in S grind. I use the 50 for partial swing (wedge swing) 90-110 and lots of low spinning chips around the green. A low spinning chip is my best scoring shot, magic. I use the 54 for 70-95 wedge swings and long bunker shots. I think I would like more bounce for those shots and I might make it my main sand club if it felt right so I could have a big bounce sand club and a lower bounce lob wedge. I am not afraid of bounce. I use my 58 for short pitches, chips most sand shots and up to 70 yard wedge shots. Of the wedges I use the 58 the most. On the course I don't really find the need to open it up much. It happens but you don't need to open it much from a grass lie. In the trap I take most of the shots with is open quite a bit to wide open. I dislike hitting the 50 degree for distance. I am very uncomfortable with it. If I was going to call a miss it would be short left. Money on low chips my least favorite club otherwise. I was not fit for my current wedges, I bought the same lie as my irons. I am considering an indoor wedge fitting to replace al three wedges. Does anyone have any thoughts on a indoor wedge fitting? They use trackman.