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Alton reviewed this product on 06/06/17 I got the 52, 56, 60 with the TT S300. These things are butter!!!!! Overall, 5 star product for each one.
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David Clark rated this product on 03/02/10 I just purchased a C Carnahan 60 degree wedge and got a chance to play with it yesterday. I do like the extra weighting and the club has excellent feel. I opted for the True Temper shaft and the Winn grip. I was getting good spin on my chip shots even on hard winter condition greens. It's a very nice club for the money.
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Gregg H rated this product on 02/02/10 I have been playing with the C Carnahan 60 for the last month or so and I now taken my other (more expensive) wedge officially out of the bag. I like the weighting and the overall look of the club. It hits just like or better than any other $125 wedge. I am going to order the 52 and 56 to complete my wedges.
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Johnny H rated this product on 01/23/10 I got the 52, 56, 60. Feels bottom heavy, but hits solidly. Definately get upgraded wraps since it comes with the package! Overall, 5 star product for each one.
Preston Hale responds with Johnny- Chris designed these wedges to be 1 to 3 grams heavier then the industry standard head weight. His research found that most golfers need a heavier wedge to help them feel the club head through impact and especially a little extra head weight for hitting out of bunkers. The average golfer will benefit from this tremendously, while the lower handicapper's will be amazed with how soft the face feels due to the slight extra gram weight.
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left handed left out. rated this product on 12/28/09 I am left handed and have gave them a rating of a "one" based on all of the great reviews that right handed players have left. I would like the opportunity to give a real review of CC's clubs, but none of them are for left handed players. I feel a little "left" out....
Preston Hale responds with We are looking at releasing a LH model in 2011 since seeing a demand at all the trade shows for our CC wedges. Our apologizes lefty's have to wait one more year. It will be worth the wait!
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