NIKE VR Pro wedge VS VR Pro Forged DS wedgenikegolf nike vr pro dual sole wedge daniel ekegren plus handicapper tiger woods rory mcilroy pga tour
Posted 03 December 2012 - 12:11 PM
Titleist 915FD - Diamana S+ 70x
Titleist 915F - Diamana S+ 70x
Mizuno MP-15 - 3-PW PX 6.0
Vokey SM5 - 54M, 60M
Scotty Cameron Select Squareback
Posted 03 December 2012 - 12:18 PM
If I were doing it over, I'd probably go with the DS in the 60* and the standard mid or high bounce options in the 56*. I wish that didn't mean that you had to mix finishes, though - DS is only available in Platinum, and the standard wedges are only available in chrome and black ox.
Callaway X2 Hot Pro 15* Aldila Tour Green S
Adams Pro Mini 18* Aldila Tour Green S
TM SLDR irons, 4-AW, DG XP S300 +1"
TM TP ATV 56* & 60* DG XP S300 +1"
Cameron Dual Balance Newport 2
Posted 03 December 2012 - 01:34 PM
Posted 03 December 2012 - 05:31 PM
Posted 04 December 2012 - 03:29 PM
Out of the fairway I didn't notice too much difference. They would still spin if you weren't careful but they also wouldn't come back 20 feet if you weren't trying to control it. Call it 95% of what I used to get out of the fairway. On shots out of the rough they would either drop and release a few feet or roll out 10 depending on the amount of grass you were hitting out of. I'd say 70% of what I was used to from non-conforming wedges. On pitches and chips I struggled to get them to do what I could do with a non-conforming wedge. They really didnt spin much at all. 35%. From the bunkers again pretty close to what I'd get from a non-conforming wedge. 90%.
Having said all of that, the versatility of the sole-grind afforded me far more options than any other wedge out there. Thats where these wedges shine.
Posted 04 December 2012 - 04:03 PM
Posted 04 December 2012 - 04:14 PM
Taylormade SLDR TP 3 wood
TMag RBZT 3-PW w/ KBS Tour
Ping Tour-S 54 & 60
Taylormade Ghost Tour Daytona 12
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