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The 54 is a sand wedge, SWs have a higher bounce to get the ball out of sand easier.

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What is the best Golf club to use as a sandwedge?

A 54-56 degree wedge, with 8-12 degrees of bounce.

What degree is a tw wedge?

Depends which one it is, Nike wedges usually come 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees with usually 2 bounce angles.

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Depends on player and conditions, but around 80-110 yards.

What degree is a sand wedge?

Depending on manufacturer, it would range from 54-56 degrees. The most common would be either 54 or 56 degrees.

What loft is a Nike Slingshot A wedge?

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What degree is a taylormade sand wedge?

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What is the difference in loft for sand wedge and pitching wedge?

A pitching wedge is usually 46 or 48 degrees, and sandwedge is usually either 54 or 56 degrees.

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The main difference is loft a pitching wedge has about 46-48 degrees of loft and a sandwedge has about 54-56 degrees of loft. The pitching wedge therefore can be hit farther.

What is the difference between golf wedges?

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What is the loft for an A wedge golf club?

The "A" wedge is sometimes lumped with the Gap wedge although increasingly more often they are split out for the gap to be defined as 50-54 degrees while the "A" (or approach) wedge is between 46 and 50. These have increased in popularity as manufacturers have decreased the loft of irons for the purposes of range through the 90's as more and more golfers (whether by improved skills, manufacturing techniques or "forgiveness") were able to hit short irons much more consistently.The Nike golf site lists the A wedge as a 50 degree loft and 64.5 degree lie.

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What is the order of wedges?

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