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Wedges

  • 26-11-2020 5:37pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 1,306 ✭✭✭ macslash


    Anyone have the Taylormade Tiger Woods spec wedges and would you recommend? My local golf store has them on offer until tomorrow and I have a voucher which I was going to use for a sand wedge post lockdown anyway. Was looking at the 56°. Any recommendations appreciated, thanks


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 289 ✭✭ Derek Scrawny Meaty


    macslash wrote: »
    Anyone have the Taylormade Tiger Woods spec wedges and would you recommend? My local golf store has them on offer until tomorrow and I have a voucher which I was going to use for a sand wedge post lockdown anyway. Was looking at the 56°. Any recommendations appreciated, thanks

    Unsure what your set is, just to say I only carry two wedges.

    I have to say that the Taylormade Hi Toe Big Foot in 58 degree is a game changer.

    I'm guessing the TW wedge is similar to the MG2. For wedges I find shaft is often overlooked.

    KBS 2.0 in Hi Toe which plays stiffer than wedge flex in vokey (imo).


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,306 ✭✭✭ macslash


    Unsure what your set is, just to say I only carry two wedges.

    I have to say that the Taylormade Hi Toe Big Foot in 58 degree is a game changer.

    I'm guessing the TW wedge is similar to the MG2. For wedges I find shaft is often overlooked.

    KBS 2.0 in Hi Toe which plays stiffer than wedge flex in vokey (imo).

    Thanks for the reply. I have gap to 5i Wilson d7 irons with kbs tour 80 shafts. Lovely set.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,055 ✭✭✭ irish bloke


    Unsure what your set is, just to say I only carry two wedges.

    I have to say that the Taylormade Hi Toe Big Foot in 58 degree is a game changer.

    I'm guessing the TW wedge is similar to the MG2. For wedges I find shaft is often overlooked.

    KBS 2.0 in Hi Toe which plays stiffer than wedge flex in vokey (imo).

    Hi, can you elaborate on the below comment and why you find it a game changer. also what grind/bounce is yours?:)

    I have to say that the Taylormade Hi Toe Big Foot in 58 degree is a game changer.


  • Registered Users Posts: 5,564 ✭✭✭ Russman


    macslash wrote: »
    Anyone have the Taylormade Tiger Woods spec wedges and would you recommend? My local golf store has them on offer until tomorrow and I have a voucher which I was going to use for a sand wedge post lockdown anyway. Was looking at the 56°. Any recommendations appreciated, thanks

    Usually when wedges go on offer its because they're not selling and/or they're a bounce and grind combination that doesn't work for the average Joe amateur, or there's a new model coming out. Not suggesting this is necessarily the case here, just in general.
    All the bigger companies make good wedges, Titleist, Callaway, Ping, Taylormade, Cleveland/Srixon. Most important thing IMO is the bounce and grind, and personally I think the grind is key. If they suit you and they're a good deal, go for it, but give it some thought relative to your game and how you strike your pitches and the conditions you play in.


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