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The standard wedge has a 46° loft.

The "Grass-N-Sand" variant has a 50° loft.

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It's usually around 56 degrees, with something like 10 degrees of bounce.

Taylormade pitching wedges are usually 48 degrees, however it can vary across different model ranges.

Either 54, 55 or 56 degrees, depends on manufacturer. But obviously if you buy one separately which is the norm for wedges, you just pick which one suits your game.

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Q: What is the standard loft angle on a Macgregor pitching wedge in regular set of clubs?

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It depends on a few factors: if the angle is interior, if the angle is exterior, and if the hexagon is a regular hexagon or not. Each interior angle of a regular hexagon is 120o. Each exterior angle of a regular hexagon is 60o.

No regular polygon can have an interior angle of 180 degrees or more. No regular polygon can have an interior angle of 180 degrees or more. No regular polygon can have an interior angle of 180 degrees or more. No regular polygon can have an interior angle of 180 degrees or more.

An angle with equal sides but not angles.

A regular quadrilateral is a square and each angle is 90 degrees (i.e. a right angle).

Tha will depend on how many sides the regular polygon has.

If you mean a regular pentagon then each interior angle is 108 degrees and each exterior angle is 72 degrees

The external angle of a regular octagon is 225 degrees. Each internal angle of a regular octagon is 135 degrees.

Each interior angle of an 8 sided regular octagon is 135 degrees and each exterior angle is 45 degrees

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The minimum angle of a regular polygon would be 60 degrees.

Each exterior angle of a regular polygon with n sides is 360/n degrees. Each interior angle of a regular polygon is 180 - Exterior angle. A direct formula for the interior angle is 180*(n-2)/n degrees.

The smallest internal angle possible for a regular polygon is 60 degrees. So either the angle is not 12 degrees or it is not an internal angle.