Re: A new topic 60 DEGREE has been created in Golf Clubs

James,

Treat it just like every other club in your bag. Put in the range time to get a constant yardage for the club. Also to instill the confidence factor. I played a 58 degree wedge myself. I use to lack confidence always worried about skulling it now though practice I can hit every shot required


AVB

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JAMES S posted 60 DEGREE in Golf Clubs.

O.K., LET'S TALK ABOUT 60 DEGREE WEDGE"S . JUST GOT MY VOKEY INDIGO 60 DEGREE WEDGE AND IT'S HARD TO HIT IT WITH CONFIDENCE!  COMING UP SHORT ALOT ! JUST CAN'T BRING MYSELF TO COMMIT    ANYONE ELSE HAVE THAT PROBLEM WITH A 60?

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To piggyback onto Austin's comments - my 58 lob wedge became my friend when I stopped trying to help it by injecting a wrist flip. Full swings could go anywhere, any direction and this is when I would skull chips onto the next tee box.