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Hey thought maybe one of you knowledgable golfers can give me a hand.

Ive got a set of Lynx black cats irons. it has 2 wedges, P and D can someone tell me what the D stands for and What the loft might be? Ive also seen an E wedge whats that? Thanks :thumbsup: for your help in advance.:thumbsup:
 

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Well, E-wedge is just another name for a Pitching wedge. The only thing that I can think of for a D-wedge is a danger wedge which is for getting out of the worst situations.
 

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^^Good Find.
 

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I would stick to pitching.
 

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Because, imo, it is the most versitile.
 

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most literature says that beginners should have a gap wedge and a sand wedge to go with their pitching wedge. better players replace the gap with a lob wedge, but the lob wedge is hard for high handicappers to hit (which i am finding out first hand)
 

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I would carry a Pitching and a Sandwedge, you can use your pitching for just about anything and sandwedge for getting out of the bunkers and getting over things.
 
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