A pitching wedge has between 46 and 48 degrees of loft.
what is the loft of a standard pitching wedge
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.
Most pitching wedges are around 48 degrees loft
The Loft. The approach wedge "A" is lofted between the pitching wedge "P" and the sand wedge "S"
The standard wedge has a 46° loft. The "Grass-N-Sand" variant has a 50° loft.
46 degrees. the approach wedge is 50 degrees.
A pitching wedge is usually 46 or 48 degrees, and sandwedge is usually either 54 or 56 degrees.
About 46-48 degrees, depends on manufacturer.
46 degrees. Also the A wedge is 51 and the sand wedge is 55.