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Loft, although there is is no ten iron.

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Q: What is the difference between a pitching wedge and a ten iron?
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Is the No 10 Iron a Pitch or Sand Wedge?

Basically, it's a pitching wedge.


Do you need a 10 iron in your bag?

That would be a pitching wedge.


What name is give to a ten iron in golf?

Pitching Wedge


What is the difference between 3-pw and 4-aw golf irons?

3-PW is a 3 iron through to pitching wedge. 4-AW is 4 iron through to approach wedge, and approach wedge is mainly referred to as a Gap wedge as it fills the gap between a pitching wedge and a sand wedge, it is usually around 50-52 degrees of loft. The 4-AW set allows a player who maybe doesn't like long irons to have more scoring options on the shorter shots. Although it would not be uncommon for someone to have 3-PW, then a gap wedge and a sand wedge.


What degree loft is an A iron?

If the iron has an "A" on the sole, it's an "Approach" wedge, otherwise known as the "Gap" wedge. It fills the gap between pitching wedge and sand wedge. It is usually 52 degrees of loft, plus or minus a degree. It's a great asset on the course. I carry one instead of carrying a 4 iron.


What is the difference between golf irons?

They start at a 3 iron and go to a wedge, as a general rule, as you go down the set 3 iron to wedge the clubs get shorter and have more loft.


What is a golf iron with a p on it?

pitching wedge wich is degined to pitch the ball


What clubs is recommened to carry in the 14 allowed?

For the average amateur golfer, the standard complement of clubs is: Driver 3 Wood 5 Wood 3 Iron or Hybrid 4 Iron or Hybrid 5 Iron or Hybrid 6 Iron 7 Iron 8 Iron 9 Iron Pitching Wedge Sand Wedge Lob Wedge Putter However, the is no "standard" set, and you may find that a Gap Wedge is more useful than a Lob Wedge (Gap is between PW and SW).


What is a 10 iron golf club?

A 10 iron is usually found in Callaway golf sets of irons, it is basically a pitching wedge. I have an old set of Yonex ADX irons and it has 3-10 iron with P and S wedge. The standard wedge degrees are as follows:Flop Wedge-64 degrees Lob Wedge-60 degrees Sand Wedge-56 degrees Gap Wedge-52 degrees Pitching Wedge-49/48 degrees I believe the 10 iron is around 44-45 degree. But the better question is do you need one in your bag?


What is a e iron golf club?

An E 'iron' is actually a Pitching Wedge. It stands for Equalizer, but the loft is the same as a PW.


What is the number 10 iron called in golf?

10 iron is used by Callaway on some of their irons. It is basically a pitching wedge.


What clubs can you have in your golf bag?

You May Have No More Than 14, The Average Golfer Carries: A Driver A 3 Wood / Fairway Wood 2 Iron Or Hybrid 3 Iron 4 Iron 5 Iron 6 Iron 7 Iron 8 Iron 9 Iron Sand Wedge Pitching Wedge Lob Wedge A Putter

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