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Thank you for your post.
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Andrew J.Vokey WedgeWorks Team
Haven't personally played a Jaws wedge but I did try out another wedge and really didn't like the feel.
I played a Vokey 258-12 Tour Chrome for 2 years and got pretty proficient with it (but the limitation I had was long bunker shots and some hard bunkers).
Played for a year with CG15 DSG 58 and 64. They were great on turf but not so hot on a tight lie and ended up replacing them with Spin-Milled 60-07 and 64-07.
The Vokeys were far superior wedges. I recently simplified by exchanging these two for a 62-07 c-c wedge (the other two made great shots in their own right but had limited functionality) and this particular wedge does A LOT.
SV Tour (carried a 54/12 that I eventually applied toward a trade-in for the current 54-11 I have) works pretty well but, nonetheless, nothing really beats a Vokey.
My 54-11 cc (bent to 55) works in a lot of conditions and I have gotten pretty vicious with it from distances less than 50 yards.
I also love the 50-08 (which I bent to 51-09) and I can get some serious spin with the right technique. I do a lot of "down in 2" from 60 yards in. Not particularly a fan of the 48-08 or the 52-08 (I would have had to severely modify the former to get it to do what I want and the latter wasn't really any added value in my short game).
Just to make it clear, I'm not really "brand loyal" since my driver-7W-4H are TM, my 5H is Sumo SQ (I used a Louisville persimmon 10 wood for about a year before finding the Sumo), my irons are Eye 2 6-9, my wedges are Vokey Spin-Milled CC and my putter is a White Hot. I even carry a Louisville persimmon 34H to make 14 clubs and I have been carrying an "approach" hybrid of some sort since 2007.
go Vokey - you won't be disappointed in the least