#### Quick Answer: What Is A Normal Pitching Wedge Loft?

Pitching Wedge (PW) Typically has a loft of **46-50 degrees**. Mainly used for longer shots into the green – tournament players will hit a pitching wedge around 120 yards.

Contents

- 1 What is the most common pitching wedge loft?
- 2 What is a standard pitching wedge loft?
- 3 Is a 52 degree wedge a pitching wedge?
- 4 How do I know the loft of my pitching wedge?
- 5 What is the loft of a 9 iron?
- 6 What’s the best pitching wedge?
- 7 What loft is Callaway pitching wedge?
- 8 Is a 50 degree wedge a pitching wedge?
- 9 How far should I hit a 60 degree wedge?
- 10 Do you need a 60 degree wedge?
- 11 What number is a pitching wedge?
- 12 How far should I hit my pitching wedge?
- 13 Is 54 degrees enough loft for a sand wedge?
- 14 What wedges should a mid handicapper carry?
- 15 What is the loft of a Mizuno pitching wedge?

## What is the most common pitching wedge loft?

The Pitching Wedge (PW) Lofted between 44 and 48 degrees, this standard club in most iron sets follows the 9-iron in loft, design, and feel, and is the most common wedge available.

## What is a standard pitching wedge loft?

An ideal progression is for the pitching wedge to be 45 degrees, followed by a 50-degree gap wedge and complemented by 54- and 58-degree sand and lob wedges.

## Is a 52 degree wedge a pitching wedge?

In golf, wedges with a loft between 52 degrees and 56 degrees are known as sand wedges. So a 52-degree wedge also falls in that category. As for pitching wedges, they have a loft of 42-46 degrees.

## How do I know the loft of my pitching wedge?

The loft, is the angle between the face plane and the vertical plane the shaft is in, when the club is in the normal address position and the grooves are horizontal. Once you set up the club as described, use a protractor to measure the angle between the face plane (at 90 degrees to the grooves) and the vertical.

## What is the loft of a 9 iron?

9 Iron loft The loft of a 9 iron is 41-43 degrees.

## What’s the best pitching wedge?

Our Best Pitching Wedges In 2021

- Cleveland Golf CBX 2 Wedge (Best Pitching Wedge)
- Callaway Mack Daddy CB Wedge (Runner Up 1)
- Titleist Vokey SM7 Pitching Wedge (Runner Up 2)
- Mazel Golf Pitching Wedge (Best Pitching Wedge for the Best Price)
- Square Strike 45 Degrees (Best Pitching Wedge for Seniors)

## What loft is Callaway pitching wedge?

Pitching Wedge – 41° Approach Wedge – 46° Gap Wedge – 51°

## Is a 50 degree wedge a pitching wedge?

Pitching wedges are generally in the range of 44 to 48 degrees loft and used for hitting the longest wedge shots into a green.

## How far should I hit a 60 degree wedge?

How Far Should You Hit A 60 Degree Wedge? On average, golfers hit their 60-degree wedge 74 yards, but the range can vary between 60 and 100 yards. Longer hitters who take a full swing will typically be close to the 100-yard range but most golfers only take a 1/2 or 3/4 swing with their 60 degrees.

## Do you need a 60 degree wedge?

For the average golfer, having both a 56-degree sand wedge and a 60-degree lob wedge is completely unnecessary. A 56 or 58-degree wedge should be a lot more versatile for most and is the highest wedge loft that should be in most bags. My sand wedge was used for longer shots and in the sand.

## What number is a pitching wedge?

#2 – PITCHING WEDGE The pitching wedge (PW) – the next most lofted club after the nine iron – will usually come with any set of irons you purchase.

## How far should I hit my pitching wedge?

Distance. Men typically hit their pitching wedge from 100 to 140 yards, depending on their skill level, while women hit the same club from 70 to 120 yards. Beginners often find they do not achieve these distances, but their distances will increase as their swing improves.

## Is 54 degrees enough loft for a sand wedge?

A 54-degree wedge is considered a sand wedge and is used around the green and out of bunkers. A 54-degree wedge is ideal for golfers who have a 58-degree lob wedge and another wedge close to 50 degrees. Pretty much all golfers have a pitching wedge and a wedge between 56 and 58 degrees.

## What wedges should a mid handicapper carry?

A mid-handicap only needs to carry two or three wedges in their bag. The first is a 45-degree pitching wedge, the second is a 50-degree gap wedge, and the third is a 54-degree sand wedge. These three wedges are the most important and should be the first wedges you get.

## What is the loft of a Mizuno pitching wedge?

Pitching Wedge – 44°