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26 Jun 12 19:33
Date Joined: 27 Jul 08
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ive just bought a Titlest 60 degree Lob wedge and the same fella is willing to throw in a 56 degree titelist for a few extra £,

Is there any point in buying this or will it benifit me to dump my G 10 sand wedge and start using this?

havent really got a clue and cant find anything online so thought id ask here

Just keep my own sand wedge or buy the other , there both the same loft so id imagine there the same club?

im only playing a little over a year so not really club smartPlain
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Report Hami June 26, 2012 7:39 PM BST
its the spin milled version of the wedge btw
Report CDK June 26, 2012 7:40 PM BST
Your G10 sand wedge is alot thicker and you will hit that further than the titleist, however you will get more feel with the titleist...depends what ud prefer! Your a begginer so id say keep your g10, that will be easier to hit.
Report Mighty Whites 2008 June 26, 2012 7:45 PM BST
I have the spin milled titleist wedges. 48, 52, 56 and 60.

I prefer them although they do spin like crazy if you dont control the spin. They are great when you are in tight spot around the greens.
Report Hami June 26, 2012 7:46 PM BST
ive been playing a little over a year and taken lessons i have no problems hitting my irons or my wedges,i have no problem getting my g 10 wedge to the green , its when it hits the green it wont stop

will the vokey help with this?
Report Mighty Whites 2008 June 26, 2012 7:50 PM BST
Depends how well you strike the ball. If you strike your wedges well then they will spin more with a vokey. If you play with a pro v or equivalent they will also rip your ball to shreds!
Report aberdonia June 26, 2012 8:00 PM BST
i have a 58,  you can look like a magican as the ball grinds to a halt.

Got to accelerate through the ball though Happy

Obviously your only as good as the swing you make.

A bad shot is a bad shot whether you have the most expensive club in
your hand or the cheapest.
Report Hami June 26, 2012 8:00 PM BST
he has a 52 which im trying to get off him , il then carry my own PW , a 52 vokey G 10 sand wedge and a 60 vokey

is that normal or to much wedges?

i have no problem giving up my g 10 wedge if another wedge will help me improve but i dont want to lose distance either as someone stated i will lose distance with the vokey?
Report Hami June 26, 2012 8:03 PM BST
or would i get away with carrying a 52 , 58 and my sand wedge or are they to close in loft to one another?

dont mean to be bustin chops here its the only place i can get a little advice
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