I often find myself having to carry a bunker or other obstacle to a tight pin position and even though I can chip well with my 60 deg wedge I am still getting too much roll on landing.
I know that (a) I should hit more greens and (b) I could play some risky flop-shot type thingy, but what I wondered was...
If I chipped with an extreme loft wedge, say 64 deg, or even the 73 degree feel golf one, would I get a faster stopping ball? My gut feeling is that it would work for me and as I never use my lob wedge for sand or full shots it would be a straight swap in the bag.
Just wondered if anyone uses or has tried this technique. A decent wedge of this type is quite expensive and I could do with some advice. I suppose I could also buy a cheapo dunlop style one and have it bent more if necc.
Thanks in advance.