Soooo I'm one of those guys that goes nuts trying to come up with the absolute best set up for my game, I research like crazy looking at every google search and every forum. I've tried about every wedge there is and gone back and forth many times.... I made an abrupt switch the other day and after playing so so thought I made a big mistake and was about to take the new wedges back...
but after spending some time really practicing with them this morning I think I've come up with a conclusion that I have secretly known all along, you could play with about any combination and set up you want and as long as you really practice it really doesn't matter too much wtih what wedge set up you have.
I looked at all the Tour Players and the wedge set up they have and it's all over the place, some low loft, some high loft, some like the high bounce and others the low bounce, it really comes down to practicing with the suckers off the real course and becoming confident in hitting different shots. I was really surprised this morning at what shots I could pull off that I thought I could only hit with my old 54, 60 degree wedge set.
I hear a lot about how Sevie Balesteros said you should take a 4 iron out and only play with that club for 9 holes to see what different shots you can make.
So all I'm saying is that don't stress too much about switching clubs and wedges all over the place, some good practive time is worth much more than buying a new club or clubs for that matter, saves you a lot of stress and money::)
I know there's something ito say about getting an appropriate loft/bounce and number of wedges but don't make it complicated... and just make sure you are playing Titleist Vokey clubs:)