Wedge Shafts

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By Tyler L

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    Hey everyone, looking for some insight. I currently game Vokey gap, sand, and lob wedges. I was fitted into C-Taper Lite X-flex for a new set of irons and the gap wedge. I have DG Wedge in the sand and lob but was wanting to put something a little stiffer into them. Wondering if anyone had suggestions on which way to go. I have looked at DG Tour S400 or maybe hard stepping another KBS shaft? Thanks guys.

  2. Rob_Roth1
    Titusville, NJ

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    Why not just get C-Taper Lite X-flex in your wedges as well? Or if you want heavy go for regular c-taper
  3. Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

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    The last time I spoke with Bob Vokey about this he said dont go more stiff at most just use the same shafts as in your irons. He would prefer a softer option or even a little heavier... Good Luck!
  4. Joey L
    Chico, Ca

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    For what it’s worth, when I was fit, it was suggested that I have the same shafts in my wedges as my irons. So, I have DG x100 from my 4-9 irons and 46, 50, 54 & 58 Vokey’s.
  5. Steve N
    Chapin, SC

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    I went with the same shaft as my irons. Works well.
  6. 19hole
    Woburn, MA

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    Mr. Vokey usually recommends a shaft a bit softer than you use in your irons. The standard wedge shaft is an S200.
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    From personal experience, as well as being a common recommendation at custom fittings here in the U.K. You should play a slightly softer flex in your wedges, than what you play in your irons, it aids feel in your wedge play.


    Dynamic Gold S300 in irons, S200 in wedges

    Dynamic Gold X100 in irons, S400 in wedges

    Project X 7.0 in irons, 6.5 in wedges

    Project X 6.0 in irons, 5.5 in wedges

    That being said, it is all down to personal preference, you could always just play the same shafts as in your irons.

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