Each club plays pretty true. As with any loftier wedge, the 60 degree is a little tricky but it's the Indian not the arrow! The black finish starts to wear quickly but it doesn't affect how they play. Have recommended to almost everyone. Great for a beginner golfer.
I have been golfing for 6 or 7 years now and a few years back bought my first set of clubs. I got a nice basic beginner set with a driver, fairway wood, hybrid 4 and then 5-pw and putter. No gap wedges. After upgrading my driver I started looking at other upgrades. One day at the course someone forgot their 52* at the green, who hasn't forgotten a club at the green before? The next hole my approach left me short of the green about 20 yards, so I tried out the 52* just to see how I'd do. It didn't drop the ball in the hole, but it did get the ball closer than I ever got with my PW. I was hooked. (BTW the rightful owner of the club got it back when we got back to the club house) I went online that night and started searching for a decent 52* that wouldn't break the bank. Now wedges aren't the most expensive clubs in the first place, but when I came across this deal I figured why not try them out? If I didn't like them, I'd give them to my roommate and find something better. Needless to say, my roommate is pretty bummed that he isn't going to get some free clubs from me! I've played 5 or 6 rounds since I got them and they have helped me take 3-5 strokes (A small change for a high handicapper like myself makes a world of a difference) off since I have much better control and don't end up sending a ball clear across the green anymore. I honestly can't compare these with more expensive, higher quality wedges since I do not have experience with others. For that, I am sorry. Would I recommend these for the beginner or budget golfer like myself? Absolutely. Buy these, use the savings to get more course time and more swings in! Wear these out and buy another set, you'll still come out on top.