AP2 to AP3

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By Stephen L

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  1. Stephen L
    kettering, na

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    Hi all,

    I currently have 716 AP2’s and sm6 wedges in 50, 54 and 58 degrees. I am thinking of changing to AP3’s for more consistency and distance but am worried about the gap at the lower end. What would you do?

  2. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    You can get the 44 PW set to 45 degrees, and/or the 50 wedge bent to 49 degrees. You can also accommodate distances by choking down on the shaft or taking a 3/4 swing. Pros are all over the place from 4 wedges at 4 degrees to 2 wedges at 6 degrees of separation. If you have a 100 yard 50 degree and a 110 yard PW, wouldn't you adjust for a 105 yard shot?
  3. David ARK
    Sayville, NY

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    I made the same exact switch this summer. Traded my 50 for a 48, and had my 54 bent to 53, and I left my 58 alone. 5 degree gaps were perfect for me. Good luck!
  4. No'l
    Palmdale, CA

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    Hi Stephen,
    The AP3 are strong lofted as you see. The W club or its approach wedge that it comes with in the set is at 48*
    In the past, the wedges my set came with for some reason were longer than my Vokey wedges. Although they're not Titleist at the time and weren't professionally fitted, but I would suggest for you to hit the AP3 W(48*) club next to your 50* on a demo day or Titleist Thursday and see it first before going to different lofts.
    I'm also considering the AP3 and I can't wait to try it out.
    Good luck with your search.

  5. Kenneth C
    Bellevue, WA

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    I usually like the iron set gap wedges, so, I have the AP3 gap wedge - 48 degree. plus a 52 sm6, and, a 58 sm5. If you love your sm6, then, it is a little tougher, but, you could always upgrade to the SM7's.
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    I got my ap3's (5-pw) bent 1 degree weak. My 3,4 irons are T-MB and vokeys are 50 54 58.

    Bending the ap3 1 weak should line up the lofts decent with the T-MB long irons as well as my current wedges. I will see this spring how it works out.

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