• Callaway FT Approach Wedge (50 Degrees) The Callaway FT approach wedge, is a 50-degree wedge that was part of the 2008 line of FT irons. FT irons are strong-lofted clubs, making an approach wedge an important wedge to have in the bag in that it will help fill the loft gap between the pitching and sand wedge.

  • A stands for Approach Wedge and its usually the same type of club as a Gap Wedge. Its club to bridge the gap between a Sand Wedge (typically 56°) and a Pitching Wedge (typically around 48° or maybe a tad less), so you should normally expect the loft to be at or around 52°.

    Furthermore, what is the loft of a Callaway pitching wedge? The pitching wedge has a loft of 45 degrees, a bounce angle of 7 degrees and is 35.25 inches long. The approach wedge has a loft of 50 degrees, a bounce angle of 9 degrees and is 35.25 inches long. Both clubs have a swing weight of D1.

    Keeping this in view, how do I know what loft my wedge is?

    Know your pitching wedge loft. If its 45 degrees or less, add three more wedges that are spaced apart by no more than 4-5 degrees each. So generally think about putting in a gap wedge thats 48 or 50 degrees, a sand wedge thats between 54 and 56 degrees, and a lob wedge thats between 58 and 60 degrees.

    What degree is the Callaway Apex a wedge?

    Callaway Apex Wedge Specifications

    Apex Irons Loft Lie 9 Iron 40° 63° PW 45° 63.5° AW 50° 63.5° SW 55° 63.5°

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