@GeneMf961 I went and got a gap analysis done at an independent fitter so I could see what i was going to hit each wedge and knew exact yardages on full shots and then got the wedges built exactly to specs. I always feel like I can make up for a 5 degree arrant tee ball, but i can't make up for 2 degrees on a wedge shot unless i make a long put. I don't want even a degree of miss left or right with wedges which for me is like 145 yards and in. I always make sure they are the first clubs i touch when i get to the range and the last ones before i get out onto the course.
Received my PM grind on Thursday. Couldn't wait to get out today to use it today, especially having read nothing but good things. I figured it would be good, but was skeptical about how much it could help me (13 handicap) Spent an hour at a practice hole hitting all kinds of shots... THIS THING IS LEGIT! I can't speak for everyone and say it will work or help, maybe I got lucky, or maybe the thing really is just that good!
I holed out one shot from the sand and one shot from about 15 yards away. I've never seen so many balls so close to the hole during a practice session with my wedge. Some were closer than I get my lag putts! It does feel a little heavier than the MD2, which I really like and I could not but I could not be happier.
On the course, the results were great (no hole outs but still solid)
I don't know exactly what it was but I struggled getting the ball to the hole with my 58* MD2 so I was worried that the 60 would leave me further, making me have to really adjust and really hit it but for some reason my shots were reaching and even going past, which very rarely had ever happened for me.
Could not be happier to have this wedge in my bag, but now I have another decision to make. Do I go with the PM 56* or the MD3 56*?
@TaylorRyan @MarkH @dscvrrstl @Uzumati & anyone else that sees this!
Any and all input/feedback would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!!