How Far Do You Hit A Gap Wedge?
Most golfers will find that they need a gap wedge for distances from 75-120 yards. A gap wedge is a club that will fit between the pitching wedge and the sand wedge. This yardage is a top-rated distance to have left into a green. If you have been trying to hit your sand wedge too far or you want to stop trying to take a little off of your pitching wedge, gap wedges are a great choice.
What Is the Easiest Wedge To Hit?
All golfers will have their favorite wedge. The pitching wedge typically has a low center of gravity because it matches the iron set. This makes the pitching wedge great for full swing type golf shots, and it is very forgiving.
The gap wedge can be easy to hit as long as the sole and the club’s loft is the best fit for your game. Playing with a very high bounce blade-style lob wedge with little to no forgiveness is a tough choice for some higher handicappers. Regardless of which wedge is your favorite to hit, you should be practicing all of them quite often.
What Loft Is A Gap Wedge?
Gap wedges can range from 48 to 54 degrees of loft. The best gap wedge for you will be the one that creates even loft gapping in your wedges. When you purchase a new gap wedge, check the lofts on your pitching and sand wedges before purchasing.
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