what is the difference in shafts for wedges?

I am looking to purchase another 56-08 Vokey wedge.  There are different choices in shafts, R200, R300, S200, S300 etc. 

I hit my present Vokey 75 yds. and use steel regular flex shafts in my irons.  Does it really matter in the sand wedge what the flex of

the shaft is? 

Dennis, 

A lot of what you decide to put in your wedges can be determined by feel.  Since you aren't taking as many full shots with your wedge, staying with a stock S200 over the regular flex in your irons won't have as much of an impact as if you went up a full flex in your irons.  I would recommend consulting a Club Fitter as well as trying out the current stock S200 shaft.  Hit a variety of shots with the stock shaft and let that help with your decision.

Cameron

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After just spending a half of day with Bob Vokey, I would agree with Cameron...I was fit into an S Flex steel shaft for the reasons Cameron pointed out...every other club in my bag is an X Flex (well, maybe not my putter! LOL). 

Pat, 

The stock shaft is a Dynamic Gold S200.  The only difference between the S200 and S300 is a couple grams.  

Cameron

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