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Pictures of the All New Gear!

sdurham1662

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Silver

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dude...SHRINK...way too big

also, just so you know, Sling prefers us to post in the gallery and then link to the images in the forum
 

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pball5156 said:
I always thought sands were 56*.


There is no set degree on a sand wedge all different people have different degrees depeneding on what they like.
They usually range form 53-57*
 

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Really, any "wedge" that is used out of the sand is a "sand wedge".

More often than not tho, they are anywhere between a PW and a lobe wedge, which most people consider 49-57*. Most wedges in sets are 48*, with a few exceptions like the Big Bertha irons with their loft methods, ect.

I consider a sand wedge anything around 56*. Lob is 60* or better. And a utility wedge is anything from the PW to the 56* sand wedge, a little of both worlds.

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sdurham1662

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The lob wedge is in my dads bag. He is on a golf vacation in florida. it is a 60 degree cleveland. The Titleist wedge is an old oil can that lost its rust. It has started to re-rust. Really should get a new one but I am poor and I have had it for a long time.
 
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I like the nice size of the pictures. Large, cool.

Nice stuff! :)
 

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