Warning: file_exists(): open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/home/interlopergolf.com/public_html/wp-content/themes/suffusion/abovethefold/css/global.css) is not within the allowed path(s): (/var/www/vhosts/interlopergolf.com/:/tmp/) in /var/www/vhosts/interlopergolf.com/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/above-the-fold-optimization/includes/critical-css.class.php on line 255
Feb 082013
 
Professional Open Series 690 Classic Satin Finish

68º Lob Wedge Compare with the best classic wedge designs such as Cleveland’s® Golf 900 Form Forged Gun Metal Wedges at $129.00 each! This new matching wedge set features great playability and a classic Satin finish. Looks great and plays like a winner! Specifications: Built with high quality stepped steel shaft with a low to mid kick point resulting in a slightly higher ball trajectory. Soft Grips featuring an ultra soft compound that is firm enough to prevent twisting for a great feel in your hands. Semi U Grooves. Perfect for golfers of all skill levels who are trying to shoot lower scores – especially in the short game. For more details about the Professional Open Series 690 Classic Satin Finish, click here.

May 212012
 

Depends on how much you practice. If you only play on weekends, then it’s best to stay with conventional lofts ranging from 46º to 56º. However; if you can practice a couple of times a week in addition to playing a round of golf, then feel free to use the 60º, 64º or 68º lob wedges. If you can pull a flop shot with the ultra lob wedges, you will save a couple of shots per round besides being spectacular. You can do that with some consistency if you  practice regularly as that is what these difficult shots require. Flop shots while spectacular are difficult and require a lot of practice. Also look into zero bounce wedges. If the course where you play has elevated greens, quite often your shot will roll off the green and drop all the way to the bottom. That area could be very dry and hard especially in hot climes like Texas. That’s where a wedge with zero bounce or 4 to 6º bounce can come in handy. The minimal bounce allows the front edge of the blade to go under the ball minimizing the chances of the club skipping off the hard ground and hitting the ball near the middle. That totally ruins the shot and you end up crisscrossing the green.