what is the loft of a standard pitching wedge
56 degree loft
Most pitching wedges are around 48 degrees loft
most wilson Pitching wedges have about a 56 degree loft with a medium or 10 degree bounce loft
A pitching wedge has between 46 and 48 degrees of loft.
46 degrees. Also the A wedge is 51 and the sand wedge is 55.
I carry a Lob wedge in my bag and it is a 60 degree loft club. It is one of 4 wedges that I carry. The others are a Pitching wedge which is 45 degree, a Gap wedge which is 51 degree, and a Sand wedge which is 56 degree.
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.
A pitching wedge is a golf clubs with about 46-48 degrees loft.
It's a pitching wedge so 46-48 degrees.
An approach wedge is basically a gap wedge (50 or 52 degrees of loft depending on model) This wedge is used when you are at a yardage which is between your pitching and sand wedge. You can also use this club for pitching, chipping and bunker play.