Constant use of wedges beats the face in, so dependent on use it could be 6 months or a couple of years, when they don't have sharp edges they are worn out.
Believe it or not, the club which spins most in the bag is a 9 iron. However, you have asked which wedge. It all depends on which grooves are on the club and if the face is milled.
The bounce of a wedge has no effect on the amount of spin. The key things that produce spin are a milled face, clean deep grooves and compressing the ball on impact. A golf ball can also have a lot to do with the spin produced.
no it would loook horrible
if there are cracks on under side, wear of belt,,grooves missing on belt, just normal wear and tear!!
Use a soft-covered ball and make sure the grooves are squeaky clean and deep...Replace your wedge if it is worn.Check there is no long grass between the grass and the club.The best shots are played from tightly mowed fairways.When the ball is on the wedge hit it with a square slightly downward stroke.
The original Ping Eye golf clubs had v grooves.
I would recommend a ballet flat or a wedge
I assume you mean GROOVES - the Glacial Grooves were formed by the receeding glaciers.
Utility wedge. Similar to a gap wedge or approach wedge.
It is a wedge.
When tires are made, the tread pattern has grooves in them. There are parts of the grooves that are not as deep as others. When the tire has worn down to that level, the tread has worn away to the point where they are no longer safe to drive on. The bars are clearly visible going across the tire.