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

42 Comments

  1. May ’16

    Just put the 55 and 60 degree wedges in the bag the beginning of this season. My consistency of getting the ball closer to the pin has improved quite a bit with these wedges. Whether in heavy grass or short grass, I am able to control the trajectory and spin. Love them for sure.

  2. What is the sole width on these heads? A different company has some that are 1.62 inches. Yours look almost that wide. Yours look better as well.

    I just played a course with heavy, wet, thick, soft rough right up to the fringe. It was way too easy to stub the wedge into a hidden tuft and barely get the ball on the green if that. These should help a lot. Thanks.

    • BOB:

      Let me tell you, 1.62″ of sole width is MASSIVE, HUGE, UNBELIEVABLY WIDE. I design in millimeters because all the top clubhead production factories prefer tooling in metric dimensions. 1.62″ is 41mm. In an iron a sole width of 25mm is considered to be wide. Even most sand wedges do not approach 25mm in sole width. The Sterling irons have a more conventional sole width, but with my usual face to back sole radius and rounded leading edge to try to offer a little less chance of a “fat” or “stubbed” shot. Now there is no question, if the golfer gets too steep on the angle of attack, he will have more chance of hitting behind the ball or stubbing the shot, for sure. So there is only so much a sole design can do to help this tendency.

      To give you a range on the Sterling iron sole widths, at the center of the sole the width ranges from 20mm to 19mm down through the set. Slightly wider on the low number for lower CG.

  3. Are they available online?

    • Christopher
      First off, my sincere apology for the big delay in responding. The notification feature for posts and comments was not working so we haven’t seen the posts being made here for us to respond. That’s a big Ooops. Sorry about that.

      The Sterling single length irons will be available on line through http://www.sterlingirons.com. expectations are for the site to launch with availability for the irons in early April. You can go to the site now to register so when the site launches and irons are available, you will be notified.

      Thanks for your interest,
      TOM

  4. is the bore .370 or .335? Thanks. I continue to improve and use Wishon products. My driver, and fairway woods. I am looking for a wedge to help my game.
    Thanks

    • ERIC
      Bore diameter for the PCF Micro wedges, as well as for all of our other wedge models and iron models, is 0.370″ parallel. Thanks much for your interest and for your support by having been fit into the driver and woods too !!

      TOM

  5. Tom,
    I have lately been struggling with wedges, and just ordered 55* and 60* pcf wide sole wedges. I have tried the Cleveland Smart Sole, but it acts so differently from a ‘normal’ wedge that except for very steep situations, it was hard to control. I am hopng that the ws and hollow body will allow me to use the 55* as a go to sgi wedge with the 60* for steep lies.
    I have played since I was 17, but at 71, things work out differently. Any suggestions on using the 55* for most lies?
    BTW, I really found you book looking for the right club helpful.
    Jeff

    • JEFF:
      Thanks very much for your interest. We’re always happy to help with the best information possible to help you get the most from your game. The primary function of the wide sole design on the PCF WS wedges is to help reduce the depth that the sole could dig either in to the sand or into the ground under the ball when the golfer starts to get a little too steep with his angle of attack into the ball. However, in sand, if the golfer is VERY STEEP, there is no wedge design that will prevent the problem of leaving the ball in the sand. But the purpose of the wide sole is so when you are a little bit too steep, the sole won’t dig too deep.

      Playing with the WS wedges is something you don’t have to make any special changes in how you address or swing at the shot. As with every wedge design, you just need to keep the clubhead accelerating through the ball and don;t quit on the shot. You can play hands ahead shots, or roll the face open finesse shots or any conventional address position/ball position shot with these wedges.

      TOM

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