- Aug 13, 2006
You should spend more time at the range with two wedges and more time putting instead of thinking of things like this.
Keep your 3 wood. You'll need it for those days when the driver goes south.
Drop one wedge and carry two. Then pick up a 5 or 7 wood instead.
You can do more with a 53* and a 58* wedge than you can deciding over 3 different wedges that are seperated by 4 yards.
Normally I would agree with this wholeheartedly, but Jayhawk is making some good arguments for 4 wedges. Personally I think thats just way to much to try to make a decision, i have since added a gap wedge though and like it well enough.
On another note, I dont think Tiger carries more than a sand and lob wedge, unless you count the PW. I could be wrong though.