New Wedge Ding

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By james b

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  1. So new wedge one bad strike and this happened Any way of getting this touched in?

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  2. Matt T

    Matt T
    Ipswich, UK

    I think you might struggle, the first time I used my 56 degree in a a bunker there was a little rock under the sand and created the same sort of thing.

    I'm expecting the wedges to get scratched overtime anyway due to the ways they are used!

    I've also put a little dink in my new TS3 3-Wood! Not happy about that as it's on the paintwork
  3. james b said:

    So new wedge one bad strike and this happened Any way of getting this touched in?

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    Wow really? Mine have dents on the bottom line just from clubs banging together

    I was a little bummed when I first noticed but it happens.

    Wedges get a raw deal in my bag at the bottom.
  4. James,

    I've done that to the soles of my wedges. A couple of the marks were pretty big. I had a club repairman (since retired) that had a buffer/sander and he took a lot of the gouges out. They were not totally removed but looked a whole lot better. I would suggest that you call some of the club repair guys in your area and see if they can buff it out so that it's not so noticeable.

    Mark F
  5. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Its a wedge and meant for destruction.. Embrace it and dig away, you'll replace it later this year.. At least Vokey would suggest that!!!

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