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By MKruse

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  1. What’s the best way to get fit for wedges I live in Northwest Ohio on the Michigan line

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    On this web site is a tab for "FITTING". When golf courses are able to fully operate post-COVID safe distancing, you can check for Titleist Thursdays within 50-100 miles of you, then look for Premier fitting sites as a second choice. After that you can check with a local pro shop that has a full Vokey fitting set and let them fit you. The BEST sites are the Titleist Professional sites in CA and MA. However, for wedge fitting, they have bunkers made with this pure white material unknown in the semi-clay bunkers I play. Called sand?? Local conditions similar to where you play would be a good place for a fitting.
  3. bfleck

    Centre Hall, PA

    I attended a golf ball fitting at Abacoa Golf Club this year. The fitter was great and very helpful helping me decide which wedges to buy. He asked what degree my pitching wedge was (44°) to determine what I needed. The SM8 clubs were sweet. He recommended that I buy a 48°, 52° and a 56°.

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