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Nickent ARC Gunmetal Wedges

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ARC technology made Nickent the first wedge maker to feature a revolutionary change to a wedge in over 50 years. ARC, or Accelerated Rebound Core®, is a technology consisting of an internal core that positions a high-rebound elastomer directly behind the strike zone, delivering a lively, solid reaction from the face to the ball and eliminating vibration. The elastomer weighs 7 times less than the steel surrounding it, creating an internal cavity. This internal cavity gives birth to muscle back wedges that have the look and feel of a blade, and the playability and ease of use of a modern cavity back. ARC is one of the only patented hidden perimeter weighting systems ever used in a wedge. A window on the back of the club allows you to see the innovation that is being used for the first time in a wedge that has the shapes and transitions that both tour players and amateurs crave

  • ARC technology made Nickent the first wedge maker to feature a revolutionary change to a wedge in over 50 years
  • ARC, or Accelerated Rebound Core®, is a technology consisting of an internal core that positions a high-rebound elastomer dir
  • The elastomer weighs 7 times less than the steel surrounding it, creating an internal cavity
  • ARC is one of the only patented hidden perimeter weighting systems ever used in a wedge
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Are all three versions of the ARC wedge (crome, satin, and gunmetal) forged wedges?
RJ
09/09/2009 11:06 AM
The ARC wedges are actually all cast wedges.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
09/10/2009 4:31 PM
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If you were to go to a three wedge system, what loft's /bounce would you buy. Thanks, Craig
Anonymous
04/19/2009 3:12 PM
Craig, the lofts needed to fill your gaps will differ according to the loft of your irons. A stronger set of irons will need stronger wedges. For example: if your PW is 45 degree you will want your gap wedge near 50 degree with a sand at 54 and the lob at 58. You will always want your gap and lob wedges to have lower bounce while your sand wedge has higher bounce. The lower bounce is better for "harder" surfaces ie compact sand while the higher bounce is great for "softer" lies ie fluffy white s
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
04/25/2009 11:39 AM
a 48 degree pitching wedge and a high bounce sandy are all you need, become a feel player
Mid Handicap Golfer:
05/02/2011 2:42 AM
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what is the loft on a standard sand wedge. I am playing a callaway wedge.
Anonymous
04/19/2009 1:41 PM
Thank you for your question. The standard loft on a sand wedge is either 55 or 56 Degree. It varies between those two lofts depending on the brand you prefer. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks, Johnny
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
04/20/2009 3:59 PM
54 to 56 degrees with 10 to 14 degrees of bounce. Cally's C grind is great, find the right loft and bounce combo.
Low Handicap Golfer: Brad
02/18/2010 1:55 AM
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