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So I was just wondering how often people change their wedges?

I've only ever owned 2 sets of wedges in 6 years and I only replaced the original wedges because I wanted to change lofts to bridge a gap between other clubs.

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I change mine every couple of years. Obviously depends how much you play and how your short game technique is developing. There has been some pretty major tech improvements from companies in the past year. Especially Vokey and Cleveland. I have the Cleveland Wedges in the bag right now. Check out the vid I made at the launch recently: 

http://www.golfshake.com/news/view/10344/Cleveland_RTX3_Wedge_Review.html

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My 588's are coming up to 2 years old now and I'm definitely seeing a reduction in control on the 56 wedge, probably because I use it from bunkers and an awful lot from the grass too from inside 90yds (don't currently carry anything higher)

The 50 still seems to have a bit of life in it but if/when I swap it will be the set.

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