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Date Posted: 22:52:21 05/11/08 Sun
Author: paul (happy)
Subject: Re: paitently waiting
In reply to: matt french 's message, "paitently waiting" on 10:48:32 05/11/08 Sun

Finally! Someone else giving love to the extreme loft wedges! I'm with ya matt. Where do you find yourself using them? On chips and pitches? Or just on "full" shots and use more traditional wedges for the short game? (although I guess it's always a little short with a 70 degree wedge)

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[> [> Re: paitently waiting -- matt french, 16:13:21 05/12/08 Mon

Yep, mt 70deg is a wonderful club. on a full shot i can drop it into a 5 gallon bucket 45 yards with such regulairty it gets boring, [my buddies hate me]...hehehe, I do most chips with the 65 deg stops like a butterfly with sore feet...I'm gonna have to "DAVID LAKE" some replacements because i cannot contemplate a round without them...m

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[> [> Re: paitently waiting -- matt french, 20:30:59 05/12/08 Mon

Anyone else out there use the xx wedges??? if so please write and maybe we can convince David to make some, i know they will be special application, but i really dont care the cost. YEP ITS THAT IMPORTANT!!!

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[> [> [> Re: paitently waiting -- paul, 23:06:20 05/12/08 Mon

I play a 73, and actually get it to go 60-70 yards pretty regularly (it also doesn't always go quite as insanely high as I'd expect, so maybe I'm delofting it a bit, but it's still definitely an airball). I've only had it for a few weeks, but I love it. I'm beginning to have no fear on even the most improbable short shot, and for me it's also a legitimate yardage club, not just a "specialty" thing. Finding something like it with David's specs would be heaven.

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[> [> [> [> Re: paitently waiting -- matt french, 01:47:20 05/14/08 Wed

Paul, Yep i can get mine to go that far [70 deg] but im much more comfortable at 45 yards, if i need to go 70 yds i use the 65 deg, i like a controlled swing with these clubs, they have a tendency of going under the ball without moving it, just cutting the grass under them...m

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