I have a total mixed bag right now. I have the PW and AW that match my Apex 19s. I have a 52* Mack Daddy 4 bent to 53* and a CBX Full Face 58. The AW is the first time I have had an AW that matches the set put it is 48* and is basically a PW. I find it a versatile wedge for full swings and around the greens. I got the CBX because the PM 58* I had dug too much on longer swings. I am pretty happy with the CBX but I would like some heel relief on it. It is quite good on swings from 40-80 yards. The MD was bought to fill a gap and I am okay with it but don’t love it.
I would like to do a wedge fitting at some point but haven’t settled on somewhere to do it. The Edel wedges look interesting.
The 58 has been a uncomfortable club. I recently swung a SB, md5, vokey, and a TM to try. The cobra snake bite is the front runner right now. Really liked the look and the way the versatile grind sat behind the ball.
Been playing Hogan Equalizers for 3 years and will continue to do so as long as they keep making them. They are very versatile for me around the greens and can easily flight them up or down on approach shots.
Original Ping Glides in 54 and 58. They do everything I ask of them, and I ask a lot, to the extent my ability allows. I am always surprised the Glides don't get a whole lotta love around these parts. I haven't played enough to wear out the grooves. I hope to change that.
Right now I am playing a 54 CBX2 and a 60 degree Equalizer 2. CBX2 was because I thought I should play something more forgiving in that slot. Equalizer 2 was an impulse buy because I wanted a Ben Hogan club in my bag. But I am loving it so far. Just a clean looking wedge and is doing it's job perfectly so far. Bunker play has been great and on the rare occasion I am short sided on a chip or need to get the ball up in the air it has been good. CBX2 is getting ready for a change as it is the most used club in my bag. I am at 40 or 50 rounds and multiple range/chipping sessions a week. I will probably wait until the fall to see if anything else intriguing hits. At that point I will either go with another CBX2 or the Equalizer 2 or the TM MG unless something sweet comes out. I love the used 52 TM MG I have but it just doesn't gap well with my current setup.
I've loved the look of them since they put those weight saving ports in the back. That's honestly why I originally got the MD3s Haven't looked back since. Love the shape and the feel. I'm confident with them
Whichever matches the set in playing that day. Shafted the same as my irons except for the Vokey which is a roamer with S200 .
Recently swapped out a 54 12D for the the 54/10S and have been loving it. Better transition, great on full shots and near greenside square.
Also recently put a 58/08M back in. Love the versatility in the conditions here. Whatever the 54/10S can't do, this one can. I've always liked it out of the sand, and I like it low on the face opened up.