Good morning i want to know will you guys be coming out with new wedges if not this year next year and also new putters more of a blade style type putter? I play with Nippon shafts in my irons Pro modus 3 120 stiff but my current TaylorMade wedges are KBs shafts should I switch them to Nippon shaft’s so they can all match does that make a difference in play?
The Maltby Pure Trac milled putter is a true blade putter and is as good of a Carbon Steel milled putter as you will find anywhere. Its exceptional. I would put it up against any high end boutique putter.
I too have KBS Wedge shafts on my wedge heads with unmatched shafts in my two sets of irons. One set of Paderson TS shafts and one set of DG 105 S300. I swap the wedges into what ever set I will play that day. You could certainly pair up with the Nippon wedge shaft family and have a matched set but if you are happy with the play you have no leave well enough alone.
I like a heavier wedge shaft and I like the feel of the KBS. Wedge play is so different from your full fairway shots and most companies sell specific shafts for wedges so the Nippons are probably going to play a little different from your Modus 3 shafts. If you are happy with your wedge game dont overthink the issue.
We are hoping to have some new wedges for 2020. Still working on them. We have a new “blade” addition to the Pure Track line that will be available either late 2019 or 2020.
As far as the wedge shafts, completely personal preference. I use KBS 610’s in my wedges currently, with $-Tapers in my irons. I use the 610’s mainly because they help me keep the ball flighted down. They are the same weight as the $-Tapers. It does make sense, in my opinion, to have similar weighted shafts in wedges, even though generally the head weights will be progressively heavier. That being said, they don’t have to be. Whatever combination of shaft weight, head weight, lengths and loft combinations in your wedges that allow you to hit the needed scoring shots is what should drive the set up in your wedges.