PCF Micro WS

PCF Wide Sole Wedges

Features:

  • Available in Bright Satin Chrome plating or Dark Nickel Platinum plating finish options.
  • Unique 2-piece design construction allows game improvement wide sole with traditional head profile at normal headweights.
  • The wide sole is designed with very low bounce – the perfect match of sole angle and width for game improvement.  If you put the traditional amount of bounce on a wide sole, the leading edge will be too far up in the air and can cause bladed shots.
  • Ideal wide sole designed for game improvement – perfect for golfers who have struggled to get the ball out of the sand or hit consistently from tall grass around the green.
  • CNC Milled Face combines with Wishon Golf’s unique Micro-Groove™ scorelines to offer the highest level of backspin available in a wedge design.
  • Micro-Groove™ scorelines are more narrow and closer together than traditional scorelines – the Micro-Groove design allows the edges of 5 lines to contact the ball at impact while traditional lines only allow 3.  This is one more key to the enhanced spin design of the PCF Micro Wide Sole wedges.
  • Designed in RH 55° sand wedge.


A 360º view of the PCF Micro WS Chrome Wedges.


Ratings and Reviews

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Rating: 4.1/5 (61 votes cast)

 

PCF Micro WS, 4.1 out of 5 based on 61 ratings

40 Comments

  1. tom, are your wedges as soft as Mizuino clubs ?

    • James

      I have no idea because I never look at or have anything to do with any other golf clubs besides my own. I’m not interested in what any other companies do because it has no bearing on what I do in my own work. So I can’t tell you anything about the hardness or any other characteristics of any other companies’ club models, I am sorry.

      TOM

    • James,

      I have had Mizuno wedges. Mizuno makes great golf clubs, but their wedges are very different than Wishon wedges. Wishon wedges are much higher performing around the green than Mizuno. They are softer, spin more aggressively and last longer. I hope this is helpful.

  2. The spec sheet says the soul width and this wide sole wedge is only 19mm. Is that correct? That seems to be the same as the pcf tour version

    • KOURT

      Sole width on the Wide Sole PCF is 34mm at the very center of the sole. Sorry about any miss print mistakes. It’s easy to overlook something with all the technical data we try to provide in the catalog and website and we just miss a few things from time to time.

      TOM

  3. Hi Tom,
    This wide sole wedge is intriguing as I am not the best sand player. How would this do in Colorado where our sand is more granular versus the nice soft fluffy sand?..and how would it compare to the SW that comes with the sterlings? I am getting sterlings, so wondering if I should get the matched SW or one of these….or would it be beneficial to have both? Thanks again.

    • KEVIN

      I live in SW Colorado and have played all over the state so I can tell you that not every CO golf course has coarse sand in its bunkers. But at any rate, the Wide Sole PCF wedge is helpful to golfers who tend to hit a LITTLE BIT too much behind the ball. If the golfer hits WAY behind the ball and leaves the ball in the sand a lot, this wedge won’t help. That golfer needs a lesson or two to learn how to not be so steep into the ball with the wedge. If the golfer gets the ball out of the sand but is constantly short of hitting the ball as far as he needs from the sand, then the Wide Sole might be of some help in that case. In the end, 90% of success in sand play comes from the golfer’s technique with 10% from the club. It can help a little but it can’t make all the difference.

      TOM

  4. Hi Tom. Sterlings on the way! Loved them when hitting them with my clubfitter! I encourage all players to try them. Try them!

    I am interested in a 60 WS wedge to round out the set. My question is if you can speak to the heel relief on this wedge. I like a wide sole, but I am concerned about being able to open up the face for those (albeit rare) instances when this is needed. A true “flop” shot. I like the HM heel relief, but like a wide sole too! I’m interested in your reply.

    PS great books too!

    • Follow-up…if I was not clear, my clubfitter did not have a wedge on hand, so I have never seen them “in person”. Thanks again.

    • TOBY
      Our PCF Wide Sole 55 wedge does not have the zero bounce heel grind that I did on the PCF Micro Tour and the HM Series wedge models. Mainly because I designed the PCF Wide Sole before I though of doing the zero bounce heel on the other successive models. But because this is a wide sole wedge, I did not put as much bounce on the sole. But it still does have the same bounce from heel to toe.

      TOM

    • Great Point Toby. I would love to see this happen. I have ground some of the bounce off mine. Love the wedges

  5. Hi Tom – What is the correct way to play these out of the sand? Standard teaching seems to be upright shaft vs. forward shaft lean (to encourage shallow angle of attack) and open clubface to increase loft and hit 1-2″ behind the ball in normal sand. Do all those apply with this wedge design? In particular, do I need to open my clubface with this wedge? I’m personally more confident with a straight clubface vs. open but maybe just need practice to build confidence.

    • MALCOLM;
      There is no difference in set up, ball position, swing technique for using any type of SW design. Just because this has a wide sole, that requires no change in the technique. Of course when we talk technique, we are assuming the golfers know that they can’t swing down too steep with a sand shot and they have to swing all the way through the sand. And the position of the face is another point of technique and not anything to do with the design of the head itself. Open facefor higher shorter shots, square for lower longer shots from sand.

      TOM

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