March 19, 2014 By chris p
Why doesnt Titleist make Lob and SW to form a complete set of AP1 and AP2s. I would love to have the wedges for my set. I never liked Vokey wedges.
March 20, 2014 at 10:59pm
Just guessing, you are likely unique. Png G's are about the only game improvement I'm familiar that goes past gap. Any others tend to be super GI sets. Using AP1s, I am close to not using my PW in favor of Vokey's. To each their own, but I prefer the feel and response of wedges close to the green. Even if I still had my Mack Daddies, I'd still prefer them to standard irons. But then again, I rarely use a full swing with any wedge from the fairway.
If there was a market for SW and LW in an AP1 or AP2 set, they would make it. With dedicated wedges, Vokey or otherwise, they have more options for soles and bounce, which gives different characteristics for players. The market would be too splintered to try to have multiple wedges for irons, as well as dedicated wedges like Vokey's. Similar issues come up about the lack of 2 and 3 irons, a 6 hybrid, and a 64 lob wedge.
March 22, 2014 at 11:21pm
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