Zero Tolerance Z Wedges

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User Reviews (5)

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David Burnett   Shoots in the 80s [Oct 28, 2001]
Model Reviewed: 58 wedge
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I had this custom made with an x-flex True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel Shaft and a Mid-Sized Softie grip. I had trouble with previous wedges in being too tentative. The aggressive design of the Z Wedge fits perfectly with the stiffness of the shaft and the largeness of the grip. My wedge play is better than ever, and I am going to buy the 54 degree Z sandwedge this week. A definite must try for anyone wanting to play target golf.

Similar Products Used: None
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Brian Williams   Shoot in the 80s [Aug 09, 2001]
Model Reviewed: 58* and 62*

Have been playing with these wedges for one month now and the 58* with 6* bounce is a keeper, with the 62* used for special duty. The 58* is perfect for my swing in practically every situation except very deep rough (clubhead seems to slide under the ball too much), and I have never felt so confident out of the sand. Feel and weight are perfect.

The 62* has 0* bounce so works best when you need to get the ball up fast. It works much better with chips rather than full swings. Of course, if your ball striking is perfect you can quickly dial this wedge in. I has one round when my timing was on so I aimed for the pin and was always right on. All in all 2 great wedges for the price.

Customer Service

Jon at ZT will work with you - excellent service.

Similar Products Used: Nicklaus, Tad Moore
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5
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dynamiteroll   Shoot in the 80s [Jul 20, 2001]
Model Reviewed: ZT Z wedge 54°

Assembled a 54° Z wedge with a Spinner 5.5 Rifle shaft, tip pinned to D4, 35" length, Lamkin Crossline Wrap.

A very solid, easy swinging wedge that performs well from a variety of lies, including tight fairways and moderate rough. Haven't extensively tested it out of the sand so I will reserve comment on this area.

Dual grind sole helps alleviate my tendency for slightly fat chip shots. Feel off the face is not quite as nice as forged models but on short chips, the difference is insignificant. The Otherwise, consistency is excellent, a solid weapon from 80 yards in. The Rifle Spinner shaft is very stable yet offers a lively action through the ball and on the downswing.

I really like this wedge in this configuration and it has kicked out of the bag, a Ram TW855 and Ram 55° Troon grind, both forged. I have no desire to try expensive Vokey's, Mizuno's, Clevelands, etc.

Customer Service

John at Zero Tolerance is responsive to inquiries.

Similar Products Used: Cleveland 588 chrome, Ram Tom Watson 55°'s, Taylor Made, Odyssey
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Jim Howard   Shoot in the 80s [Jun 23, 2001]
Model Reviewed: ZT 58 Degree

Like the other reviewer I ordered this wedge solely based on the review from Golf Club Review.i got it with the Dynamic Gold s-300 sensicore steel.This a really fine wedge.Very accurate and surprisingly easy to hit for a traditional style.Very good distance control and easy to go real high or punch it.I find it not great from the sand,so i just ordered the 54 degree ZT sand wedge with same shaft.For $47.00 this is an exceptional value also.Absolutely worth giving them a try.

Similar Products Used: Hogan GC Edge Forged.
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Tom   Shoot in the 80s [Oct 18, 1999]
Model Reviewed: 54,58, 62 degree wedges

Hands down, best series of wedges I have played in 18 years! All 3 wedges have DG Sensicore S300 in them. The 54 degree with 12 degree bounce was absolutely deadly from the 100 yd range from the fairway. Great mid trajectory with stopping power. The 58 with 6 degree bounce is an awesome bunker and rough buster. Comes out high and soft. The 62 with 0 degree bounce is perfect around the green. Pops on softly with a gentle roll. I play to hole out with this club. Was not expecting much from this trio, but would not trade them for anything!

Customer Service

Went through www.golfessentials.com out of Mesquite, TX. Great service! If you pay $99 like it says on this description, you are getting ripped off! Golfessentials sells for about $40 with steel shafts.

Similar Products Used: PGA R-91, Titleist High Performance 56 degree w/DG R300, Callaway Tour Series 56 and 60 degree w/DG R300
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5
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