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I have played a 52/56/60 Vokey wedge set for years and have them fairly dialed. I am a 10 HCP. I want to switch from miz MP Irons to 714 AP1's, which I have tried and like, because of the way I can hit the 4-6 irons. What I'd love to do is go 4-9i with the AP1's and add another Vokey wedge, as I don't like the AP1 PW.
My concern is the AP1 9i is 40 degrees. Does anyone have experience with the (preferably 714) AP1's and a 46 degree Vokey? What is the yardage gap? My primary concern is this gap right here. I think I can deal with the 46-52 gap just fine.
I have the older AP1s where the 9 iron is 41*. I have an SM4 48-06 bent to 47, 54-11 bent to 53, 58-06 stock and 64-07 stock.
I have a 15 yard gap between the 9 and 48, 20 between 48 and 54, 15 between 54 and 58 and 15 between 58 and 64. I split the gap by choking down 1/2"
I did it with my CB710, went for a Vokey PW and had it bent by a degree to get an even gap.
I have the 712 AP1's and a 246, 250, 256, and 60k. No worries about the gap between the 9 and 46. I can choke down and hit the 9 10 yards shorter or hold it normally and hit it well. The 9 is a very good iron with great flexibility and the 246 is very consistent.