I've always believed that wedges should all be the same length and that they should either be a step shorter, or the same length as the 9-iron. The reason for this is because if all of the lengths are equal, then the only difference is the loft and that's all you'd have to deal with. If the lengths continued to get shorter as the lofts got higher, I think too many variables and too much "I wonder if...?" type stuff happens. Simple is better, in my opinion, and knowing that the only difference between one wedge and another is the loft simplifies things very much.My iron set has been fitted for +3/4" and I was wondering if I should lengthen my 52*, 56*, and 60* wedges also? If so 3/4" or less? Thanks in advance.
I have mine set at the same length as my PW which is set 1/2-inch shorter than my 9-iron (standard progression).So should I make all my wedges the same length or put them all 3/4" over what they are now? The wedges aren't all the same length now.