10 iron is used by Callaway on some of their irons. It is basically a pitching wedge.
The ten iron was used by Callaway in a few of their lines, it was basically a pitching wedge.
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Manhunt - 1959 Number Five Iron 2-10 was released on: USA: 1960
Depends on the manufacturer of the clubs. Cleveland 5 iron standard is 38.50 Callaway 5 iron standard is 38" Ping 5 iron standard is 37.75 10 years ago 37.5 was standard for a 5 iron.
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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?
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These clubs are usually made by Callaway, I have seen them in the Big Bertha sets. They are basically a pitching wedge. I would consider a 10 Iron to be more of a lob wedge. Mine is an old Spalding with a 60º loft, and hands down the best club in my bag. I have worked magic with that 10 iron.