When I play golf, the distance I struggle with the most is between 60-100 yards, as it is difficult for me to take a half swing and still be accurate. I normally hit my pitching wedge 130-140 yards, but this also used to be my main club for under 100 yards.
However, recently I got a 54 degree loft wedge, as well as a 60 degree loft wedge. Both wedges are part of the Callaway Jaws series, and they both are incredible performance and looks wise.
I really enjoy using both clubs because they are extremely accurate, and it is easy to control your distances with them. I mostly use the 54 degree to hit between 90-100 yards, and the 60 degree to hit between 70-80 yards. If you are not too familiar with wedges, the higher the degree, the less distance the club will hit. This is because higher degree clubs hit the ball higher into the air.
There are also different grinds available for the clubs; for the 54 degree wedge, I use the S grind, while I use the X grind for the 60 degree wedge. The S grind stands for the standard grind, which means that it will feel pretty similar to your typical golf club. The X grind is hard to explain, but if you are interested in learning more about it, this article explains all the different types of grinds really well.
Overall, I have been getting into golf a lot more recently, and these wedges have really helped to improve my game so far. I got them on sale for $120 each, but normally they are $160 each. I would do some research on them, and make sure these are the best choice for your game (compared to Titelist, TaylorMade, etc.).
Jaws Wedges Recommendation Rating: 4
1: Something worth checking out if you have time
2: Something that is a hit for some people, but not a must for everyone
3: Something worth prioritizing if interested
4: Something worth making time to check out
5: An absolute home run, worth going out of your way for