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mcantos
64 Degree Wedge? A
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Monday October 15, 2018 5:53 PM
Hi All,

Just curious does anybody use a 64 degree wedge? Forgive me if this has been asked before.
Thanks,
marvin
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roarksown1
RE: 64 Degree Wedge? A
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Monday October 15, 2018 6:05 PM
I do. Perfect club for 90 yards full swing and choke down adjusted swings to around 50 yards + ... also use for very steep bunkers or close chips.
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sparky14
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Tuesday October 16, 2018 7:51 AM
I've failed miserably with attempts at a 64* wedge. I have a 62*, great for chipping but full swings are iffy. But, if my weekly club rotation change leaves an extra club spot, I'll keep the 62* in there just for chipping and those 30 yard pitches.
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sdscratchorbust
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Tuesday October 16, 2018 5:17 PM
I play with one.

I never do full or pitch shots with a lob.

I only use it around the green and the bunker. Perfect for tight lies where you need a bounce and stop.

Since you play those shots with an open face anyway I think it's easier with a 64. Plus it makes sure you don't try to swing a full lob from 80 or 90 out. (Which usually ends poorly for me)

[[Edited by sdscratchorbust on Tuesday October 16, 2018 5:18 PM]]
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24hourgolf
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Wednesday March 27, 2019 9:20 AM
I have the C3I 65 degree sand wedge. I took my time reading and watching the information on this club. I purchased one and did my testing for several weeks. It works. So no need to return it. I struggled with bunkers (unless they were in great condition) using a sand wedge and had some moderate success with a 60 degree wedge. I do not anymore. I only use this club for bunkers (be they be excellent, good/bad) and I have increased my % of escape to over 98% (seriously). I have even put the ball in the hole several times, saving a par or even making a birdie. When they say you only need to "set up square" they are correct. For me, this club has taken the bunker fear, out of me. For short shots into the greens (including short chips), I use a 56 degree wedge, which works better for me.
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grantar2
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Wednesday March 27, 2019 1:03 PM
I have a 64 degree I carry when playing course with deep bunkers, works great for getting it up quick well being a little more square than playing my 58 degree.
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