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Best PW to go with Miura wedges (Y grind, 53 and 59)


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#1 LYG

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Posted 30 May 2018 - 10:36 PM

Am looking to replace my Mizuno MP-25 pitching wedge, its a shovel, a full swing club and I'm looking for something to do different craps with.

Want a "transition" club which is not quite pure blade.  Thinking of a Miura CB-1008.

Thoughts on that wedge? Any other suggestions?

Thanks, JDM fans.

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Now often adding the 50 degree Y, make the 53 then 54 (four total wedges)
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Posted 31 May 2018 - 08:26 PM

The Miura CB57 PW is a nice compact size and feels great.
Ping G400 9 degrees, Ping Tour stiff shaft, 65 grams
Callaway XHot2 Pro 3 wood, 15 degrees, Aldila Tour Green stiff shaft
Callaway XHot2 Pro 5 wood, 17 degrees, Aldila Tour Blue stiff shaft
Titleist 816 H1 hybrid, 19 degree set to 20, Diamana Blue 60S shaft

Miura CB57 5-PW, Nippon Modus 125 stiff shafts, soft-stepped
Ping i200, 4-PW, power spec lofts, Dynamic Gold 120 stiff shafts
Mizuno S5 50-degree gap wedge, Nippon 1150 stiff shaft
Callaway Mack Daddy 2 54-degree wedge, S grind, DG wedge shaft
Callaway Mack Daddy 4 Raw, 58-degree wedge, X grind, DG S200 shaft
Edel Rogue putter (thick blade), 34 inch, 71 degree lie, 2 degrees loft, 100-gram round Pure grip
Argolf Avalon (small, semi-circle mallet) 34 inch, 71 degree lie, 2 degrees loft, 100-gram round Pure grip.

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 05:07 AM

I agree with dmeeksDC, the Miura CB 57 would fit it nicely.
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Miura 52 & 58 Black Series KBS 120
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Posted 13 June 2018 - 12:10 PM

What about a Miura Y grind 49* bent to 48*.  This is what I use.  Great for finesse shots and works nicely on full swing.
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Posted 16 June 2018 - 12:05 AM

View PostMajorCavalry, on 13 June 2018 - 12:10 PM, said:

What about a Miura Y grind 49* bent to 48*.  This is what I use.  Great for finesse shots and works nicely on full swing.

Well, that’s my other club. I just got a 51 Y grind that I practiced with twice at the range and put it in play. The most versatile gap wedge I could ever want, out of rough, tight grass, whatever. I hit it about 115 full, but I also have developed a stop-and-hop 100 yard shot with this club that I took to the course snd it is really proving useful.

I think it fits great with any irons. My CB57 PW is more of a a straight-up full wedge. A really nice one too because that is truly a winner in head design. I don’t see much difference in forgiveness. Both are easy to swing and make crisp contact with the proper grip pressure.

These are two top-notch options, depending on how you plan to use them. I like putting a smooth 3/4 backswing on wedge shots to see how far they will go, and adjust my lofts accordingly. I have a far easier time repeating that 3/4 motion and keeping my body turning as well, and I get shots I can count on.

My PW I am hitting full more often. It is so nice into and out of the turf. Like throwing darts — right on target. It zips in and bites.

Starting with my gap wedge, I am hitting all kinds of shots. I bought the Y because I heard it was great off tight lies, which it is, but it is more than that. Nice bunker club.

Ping G400 9 degrees, Ping Tour stiff shaft, 65 grams
Callaway XHot2 Pro 3 wood, 15 degrees, Aldila Tour Green stiff shaft
Callaway XHot2 Pro 5 wood, 17 degrees, Aldila Tour Blue stiff shaft
Titleist 816 H1 hybrid, 19 degree set to 20, Diamana Blue 60S shaft

Miura CB57 5-PW, Nippon Modus 125 stiff shafts, soft-stepped
Ping i200, 4-PW, power spec lofts, Dynamic Gold 120 stiff shafts
Mizuno S5 50-degree gap wedge, Nippon 1150 stiff shaft
Callaway Mack Daddy 2 54-degree wedge, S grind, DG wedge shaft
Callaway Mack Daddy 4 Raw, 58-degree wedge, X grind, DG S200 shaft
Edel Rogue putter (thick blade), 34 inch, 71 degree lie, 2 degrees loft, 100-gram round Pure grip
Argolf Avalon (small, semi-circle mallet) 34 inch, 71 degree lie, 2 degrees loft, 100-gram round Pure grip.

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