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  • The University of California Riverside alumni defended his title this past weekend at the 2017 Safeway Open. Brendan Steele, a Wilson Golf staffer, used a variation of tools to help win the tournament back to back years. The interesting factor to his equipment are his wedges. It is a good rule of thumb that you have 4 degree gaps between your wedges. For example, if your pitching wedge is 48 degrees, your next club should be 52, then 56, and finally 60. However, if you take a look at Steele’s Titleist Vokey SM6 wedges he does 50, 58, then 60!?! […]

    Brendan Steele’s Bizzare Wedge Gaping (50,58,60)

    The University of California Riverside alumni defended his title this past weekend at the 2017 Safeway Open. Brendan Steele, a Wilson Golf staffer, used a variation of tools to help win the tournament back to back years. The interesting factor to his equipment are his wedges. It is a good rule of thumb that you have 4 degree gaps between your wedges. For example, if your pitching wedge is 48 degrees, your next club should be 52, then 56, and finally 60. However, if you take a look at Steele’s Titleist Vokey SM6 wedges he does 50, 58, then 60!?! […]

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