If you check the wedges that a lot of top player are currently using, you will usually find 1 of 2 brands 1. the Callaway Mack Daddy 2. Cleveland golf RTX 2.0 588, the Mack Daddy is a fine wedge, with a 4.2 swing meter, but have 2 draw backs the 1st, you can't purchase it in a 64 degree loft which is desperately needed & second take quite a while to adjust to the distances.
Now the Cleveland wedges you will find the distances are alittle easier to learn, come in a nice selection of lofts including 64 degrees, a must for club within 60 yds of green. are easy to use the chip, pitch, & punch options, only drawback is the 3.5 meter if your other clubs are 4 or more.
Is it not time to update the wedges with a Mack Daddy 64 degree at L98+, and the Cleveland RTX 4.0, 54,56,60 & 64 at Ls, 98,99,100 & 101+ meter of 4.0?