3 January, 2014


I am getting the Ceveland CG 14 wedges and was thinking that the 50/52 and either a 56-60 would be appropriate? I am going have buy Titelist AP1. The PW is 45 degree. Well, I have your answer. It doesn't matter what your handicap is. Just look at your PW. Ideally, you want the same loft gap (4-5* or so) between each wedge. It makes distance control easier to manage, from full swings to quarter swings. So if the PW is 45*, you could go with a 50* GW, a 55* SW and a 60* LW- there'd be 5* between each of your wedges. You could get real funky and go with a 52* GW and 59* LW. . It'd be one less wedge and 7* gaps, but at least they'd be consistent.

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  1. Rachel Jackson December 30, 2013 at 12:51 am #
    56 and a 60 would be better
  2. A. Terrence516 December 30, 2013 at 5:59 am #
    50 and56. Your pitching wedge is probably about 45 or 46, so the 50 gap wedge really helps. Followed by a 55 or 56 sand wedge. Maybe follow with a 60 in the future.