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Inazone CNC Spin 431 Wedge

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Inazone CNC Spin 431 Wedge

Inazone CNC Spin 431 Wedge

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The Inazone 431 CNC Spin Wedge Series incorporates a classic profile and improved performance by utilizing CNC milled laser technology. The increase in spin is developed by utilizing a more durable and rougher CNC laser milling process that is optimized to increase friction at impact. This provides more consistent spin and higher rpm rate on chips, partial shots or pitches. Bunker performance is improved by having a slightly wider sole in the heel and slightly narrower in the toe.
Specifications
Loft 48 50 52 54 56 58 60
Lie(+-1) 63 63 63 63 63 63 63
Weight(+-3) 305 305 305 305 305 305 305
Offset 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
Bounce 8 8 8 10 12 10 12


Material 431 Stainless Steel
Diameter .370 Parallel Tip
Hosel Depth 32mm
Finish Satin
 
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Great price for great performance  November 17, 2017

I bought these to see if they could replace some vokey heads where the milling and grooves were pretty worn down. At $9.99/head there wasn't much to lose. I'm not the hugest fan of the feel or sound when chipping or making short pitches and the larger sole width takes some getting used to, but they perform just fine. They impart spin like you'd expect and I haven't seen any kind of drop off in yardage from my old wedges. The long and short of it is you'll be hard pressed to find a better deal on wedge heads for the performance so long as you can handle the feel of a cast wedge using 431 stainless steel.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


Surprisingly great wedge  September 25, 2017

Some of my wedge inventory: Cleveland 56, Callaway 58 forged, Cleveland 54, Mizuno 52/56/60 forged, Hogan Apex forged. I had a yardage gap from my PW (125/130 yards) to my GW (85) and SW (80) that I needed to fill. I wanted to get to 110/90/70 yards. I ordered 2 each of the 50/54/58 degree CNC spin wedges and FST pro 125 shafts. I like to have two sets of identical wedges, one for the course and one for the range. I tip trimmed 5 inches off the shaft and then cut them all to the same length for additional fine tuning later if needed.

On the course, the results were ridiculous. First, the yardages I got are now:

50 degree = 105/110
54 degree = 85/90
58 degree = 65/70

which was pure luck, and I won't have to trim and re-grip for additional fine tuning. Most importantly for me is that it closed the 40 yard gap that I had between my PW and all of my other gap wedges that didn't really work out.

All three wedges either stopped the ball dead or backed it up a few yards. I generally do not trap the ball or hit knock down shots, so it was quite a surprise to see that. I was using Bridgestone B330 RXS balls, and even pitch shots out of the rough spin like crazy and generally stop pretty quickly. The reason I came to the site today was to see if these are legal. I am not used to that much spin. On a tight lie with clean contact, chips will take one hop and stop dead reliably. These wedges are remarkable.

I forgot to mention the feel. They are like butter. I used to only use forged clubs because of the feel, but I got tired of them wearing out every two to three years, and wedges are worse. From the first shot on the range they felt great, and on the course they are even better. I could have just got the 50 degree wedge and tried it before I got the rest, but I am glad I got all 3 because I have consistent, matching wedges that look, feel, and perform really well. I was also really happy with the FST shafts. I had used some Apollo shafts for wedges in the past and they really let me down. The FST shafts are great. I am very happy with my purchase and the results that I got.

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How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


My Experiment: Holed in  November 14, 2016

I bought this head to try Tony Wright and Dave Hohnke's idea of tipping a normal shaft as an 8-iron to use in a wedge, cutting the butt to normal club length for your wedge fit. It has a very soft feel like this and you can feel the club-head weight like you are pitching a ball underhanded. It's very controllable.
The milled finish puts a STOP spin on the ball! I have holed three 20-35 yd pitches in the last week (and I am a mid-80's shooter) and dropped many more within inches of the hole.
It's a great wedge at 56 degrees.
I can't image any other head having a better feel. And the 8 iron shafting adds greatly to the spin. Try this combo yourself. I think it finished out at D3 or D4 swingweight with a 100g shaft and normal grip. It was a great experiment!

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a week



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