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How often should you replace your wedges?

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  • Registered Users Posts: 11,292 ✭✭✭✭fullstop


    MarcusP12 wrote: »
    I should back myself more…google Colin Montgomery Wilson and plenty of images playing the classic ultra irons…even one from Scottish golf museum with a set….

    I’m just not old enough to remember :D remember the Yonex hat for years in the 90s. Seems he was so committed to Wilson he married someone with that surname!


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,057 ✭✭✭irish bloke


    dan_ep82 wrote: »
    A new wedge will actually launch lower but bite a bit better.


    Think of it if the ball and club are wet, the ball tends to pop up due to lack of spin.


    A new wedge will give you more spin at least for a time and shiny things are always nice :)

    Ping wedges are supposed to retain spin when wet - Some coating/finish they put on them

    TXG did a thing on them where the sprayed water on the wedges and the spin loss on standard wedges over the pings was huge.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,692 ✭✭✭dan_ep82


    Ping wedges are supposed to retain spin when wet - Some coating/finish they put on them

    TXG did a thing on them where the sprayed water on the wedges and the spin loss on standard wedges over the pings was huge.

    Yeah I seen that but never had a chance to try them. Ping have some if the most expensive wedges out there but probably worth it if they keep the same spin through wetter conditions


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