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    Power Play Friction Face Wedge - Custom Assembled
    Model: XI436A

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The Power Play FF wedges combine U-grooves with laser-etching to produce a high friction face for superior results. These also possess higher and more rearward centers of gravity to promote greater stability, more penetrating ball flight and yet plenty of spin. Sole grinds and bounce angle strike a balance to fit a wide array of course conditions. Lastly, the lofts offered complement today’s iron sets.

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    • From MKB at 2/25/14 6:22 AM
      • Are these wedges USGA conforming?
      • MKB,

        They were designed to be conforming to the Rules of Golf however they have never been submitted to the USGA to receive a formal ruling.
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    • From Terry at 5/4/14 4:55 PM
      • Can your irons/wedges be bent to 4* upright? Thanks
      • Terry,

        We recommend that any cast iron or wedge be bent no more than +/-2 degrees from the stated specification.
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    • From Bill Fraser at 5/12/14 12:59 PM
      • I am looking at the Power Play 50 and 55 degree custom assembled wedges and have two questions:

        1. What swing weight do you use?

        2. I use Apollo "A" shafts with my irons. I expect my ball to be able to check up to some degree without spending too much on shafts. Should I stick with my current iron shaft and flex or move to a stiffer one and /or a different model for the wedge? I am a 20 handicap, 74 male and improving.

        Thanks for your help.

        Bill Fraser
      • Bill,

        Swingweight will vary with shaft, length and grip weight. Stock set up would be @ D1 for the 50 degree and D3 for the 55 degree model. As far as a shaft, that has more to do with your strength and what you might be using in your irons now. If you elect to go with a stiffer shaft (in the same model), that will reduce the ball trajectory.
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    • From Adam at 12/19/14 1:08 PM
      • Why not 64 degree? How can I be expected to dominate the competition without a Power Play Friction Face 64 degree wedge? Some of us have a little Phil Mickelson in us and can play a 64! Now I have to buy a different non-matching wedge. :(
      • Adam,

        It all comes down to sales as wedges higher than 60 degrees are seldom found in many player's bags.
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    • From Jakob Wallin at 3/5/15 10:11 AM
      • Blade length?
      • Jakob,

        The blade length is 80mm.
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    Model # Hand Club Loft Lie Weight Offset Bounce Std Clublength Hosel ID UPC
    XI436A-050 RH 50° Wedge 50° 64 d 294 1.5 mm 9 d 35.5 in 0.370"  
    XI436A-055 RH 55º Wedge 55° 64 d 300 1 mm 11 d 35.25 in 0.370"  
    XI436A-060 RH 60° Wedge 60° 64 d 300 0 mm 7 d 35.25 in 0.370"