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46 degrees. the approach wedge is 50 degrees.

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Does nike make a lob wedge?

Yes, in there is a 60 degree lob wedge in the SV series.

What is a lob wedge?

A lob wedge is a golf club with a loft of about 58- 64 degrees. Some people call it a highly lofted sand wedge.

What does a L stand for on a golf club wedge?

L stands for lob wedge, lob wedges have between 58 and 60 degrees of loft.

What is the loft for an H wedge golf club and used for what and What is the loft for an G wedge golf club and used for what?

An H wedge has a loft of 64 degrees on average and is used to produce an even higher arc than a lob wedge to have little or no roll when the ball hits the target area. A G wedge ,or gap wedge, has a loft of between 45 and 56 degrees. It's use is to fill the distance gap between the Sand and Pitching wedges.

What is the loft for a d 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.

What does LBW stand for in golf?

it stands for "Lil' Bow Wow". hope this helps. haha, i actually have no clue either. sry.

What degree is ping g15 lob wedge?

Like any lob wedge, it can generally differ between 60, 62, or 64 degrees.

How much loft can a putter have?

Putters have a small amount of loft, this is so the ball can roll well. But you don't want too much loft, a Scotty Cameron Studio Select has 4 degrees and this would probably be the most. Putters would generally have between 2-4 degrees.

Does a wedge replace a sand wedge?

There are primarily 3 types of wedges, Pitching, Sand and Lob. A Pitching wedge has about 46-48 degrees of loft, a Sand wedge has about 54-56 degrees of loft and a lob wedge has about 58- even 64 degrees. Depending on player preference they can have low or high bounce which can assist getting out of the sand and help when playing certain types of course, if you have a low bounce club on soggy turf you may go under the ball easier, not getting proper contact. There are also gap wedges which are designed to fit between the Pitching and Sand wedge, at about 50 or 52 degrees.

What are some wedges used in golf?

Some wedges that are used in golf are the pitching wedge, the gap wedge, the sand wedge and the lob wedge. A used BNM Z4 can be found at a used car dealership or an online used car purchasing site. Some wedges that are used in golf are the pitching wedge, the gap wedge, the sand wedge and the lob wedge.

What degree is a titelist sand wedge?

Generally around 55 degrees, lob wedges are around 60 degrees, sometimes more.

Do they make a lob wedge for junior golfers?

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