I just bought the FPs which came with SW and though I ordered the GW but I changed my mind and got my 52* changed to a 50* + 2 tapes and new grip as I couldnt afford an extra wedge, though I did buy the 60* and love it, I will more than not buy the seve wedges or even match up with the 60* cobalt. I only play once a week, do you think it makes that much difference if they match?
I was [****] with all my vokeys...well not as good as i was with my pings thats for sure so ive sold them.. now im gonna buy the mizuno mp r when i can afford it. and im downgradin to 3 wedges instead of 4
I have to be honest I've never really taken notice of the shaft specs on wedges. I have always bought them based on weight, feel and looks and just used the shafts as supplied. The short game hs never been my strongest suit but I never thought it might be the shaft. Still not convinced it is but an intersting point
I the dg wedge shaft a a s200 or something like that,i have project x 6.5 same as my irons in my wedges,the pro said i might lose some feel having those in instead of factory ones but took a demo out and i love it,wedges are the best part of my game mainly as i enjoy it more than any other part i get to see results
My problem with wedges, is that I am prone to shanking some of them, and not others. I have never been able to narrow down what the difference is, which makes buying a wedge a lottery. It can be all nice and shiny in the shop, feel superb, and be a shank machine on the golf course. On the other hand, it can be a dream. Even if they are from a matching set, I might shank one and not the other.
I think the reason that you generally get stiffer shafts in wedges is that they're not really for out and out full shots so the flex becomes less important. Most wedge shots should be 75% shot (allegedly!) The stiffer the shaft the more accuracy but maybe less distance and height - but with the wedges that shouldn't matter