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Bill rated this product on 07/09/12 I bought the 60 degree wedge a few weeks ago and have played with it 3 times. I've always shy'd away from the lob wedge, as I've never hit it well and it never seems to do what I want it to. Well, I thought I'd give it one more try for $20 and I can't believe I'm actually saying that this is my new favorite club in my bag and it's actually saved my short game from 40 yds in. I still can't back the ball up or stop it on a dime, but this wedge makes easy work out of the greenside trap or clearing obstacles where a bump and run isn't a viable option. Thrilled!
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Gamby rated this product on 06/23/12 I bought the 60 degree lob wedge 3 years ago and it is the most consistently reliable club in my bag. Almost every time I chip or pitch to the pin for a one putt with this baby, I remark to my playing companions[ friends only] that 20 dollas is a great investment, no need for big buck wedges.
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$ rated this product on 06/11/12 Pinemeadow 64* lob wedge This looks and feels just as solid as any fancy expensive wedge. Pros: cheap; fast, friendly service; modifiable (I got a graphite shaft for better feel and upgraded the grip - it's personally tailored, brand new and perfect for only $32 and some change). Cons: The face finish started wearing off during my first round played with the club this morning. Also, I find the grooves to be too narrow. yeah this seems nitpicky, but I can get the dirt and crap out of the grooves of all my other clubs with the wooden tees that I carry in my bag. With this club, the tees won't get into the grooves well enough so I'm using safety pins and stuff. Kind of a hassle, since I usually want to clean the grooves before a shot, and I don't want to carry a SAFETY PIN on the course with me. Finally, I recommend talking with them about shaft length before ordering. I expected my "standard length" to come in shorter than my 9, my PW and SW, etc... I was surprised that it was longer than my SW and the same length as my PW. I later read that different companies aproach their wedge shaft lengths differently, but I was thinking in terms of Pelz's 4x3 which has each wedge getting progressively shorter. Anyway just make sure you KNOW what length and lie you want and communicate that, otherwise it might not be what you expect. It's really OK though - the club feels great and hits solid with exceptional feedback. The scratches on the face don't bother me, as I know this club will look beat up eventually no matter what you use to finish off the face. It's a good club, brand new, under $40. I'm happy with the LW and will purchase from Pinemeadow again.
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chuck panarella rated this product on 05/30/12 Someone said that you need to practice a lot with the 68 degree wedge. That is correct. When hit well it works good. I wish it had a little bit of bounce on it. It is easy to hit fat, but that is not the clubs fault. Good value, and if your backyard is small a great practice club for only 20 dollars.
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Burkhardt rated this product on 05/02/12 Bought the 56 to fill out a 3-PW Command Q set. The wedge plays great for me. Club has a nice, comfortable weight to it. Dead straight on nearly every full to mid swing. Chipping with the club gets an immediate lift over hazards.
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