SEARCH Search GolfWorks
BRAND
  GolfWorks Canada | Online Catalog | Find the Right Golf Shaft Become a Fan of the GolfWorks
Maltby Triangle Gauge Set



Maltby Triangle Gauge Set

Tell a Friend about this item

Product Name Price Status Qty
Triangle Gauge Set Only $9.99 In Stock
LEARN ALL ABOUT WEDGES DVD $3.99 In Stock
Triangle Gauge Set + DVD $12.99 In Stock
  • Product Description
  • Reviews
  • Questions & Answers
Maltby Triangle Gauge Set

Selecting the proper wedge for a particular type of player by the measured bounce angle simply does not work. The bounce angles listed on a wedge do not account for sole width, sole radius, leading edge height or leading edge grind. All of these design characteristics influence the effect bounce of a wedge. The Maltby Triangle Gauges now offer the club fitter a definitive way to measure and compare the “effective” bounce of any wedge. With this knowledge, the club fitter can easily select a wedge to perfectly fit the characteristics of any golfer. Manufactured from durable .030" White Syrene. Also available, a 1 hour information packed DVD; Learn All About Wedges. Set includes: 54°, 55°, 56°, 57°, 58° and 60° Triangle Gauges.
 
AccessDeniedAccess Denied8230C0D3BDFB0BA4viuNiEm8y3xiQ6ysnEylYvIFbbt4wO0cUDKvEeSziSMWTD3lXZqe1V06fqOXMYDmmsO53+mxacA=
 

How do I use it

Asked by: Frog
The Maltby Triangle Gauges are used to calculate the "Effective" bounce angle on wedges, not the actual bounce. At this link if you scroll down towards the bottom of the page in the Product Description box you will see a drawing of the 56 degree gauge with a wedge set in it properly. What we are measuring is the green triangle area that you see. We measure this area by measuring the leading edge height and the trailing edge where the sole of the wedge rests on the gauge. We calculate the effective bounce in square inches by taking the Sole Tangent Point x Leading Edge Height x .5 = Effective Bounce in Square Inches. Leading Edge Height is measured at the center point of the radius on the leading edge. There are Four Design Factors that determine Effective Bounce. 1. The Sole Bounce Angle 2. The Width of the Sole 3. The Sole Radius 4. The Leading Edge Grind. We define a "Normal" Effective Sole Bounce as being from .101 to 161 Square Inches. "Increased" Effective Sole Bounce between .162 to .242 Square Inches. "Greater" Effective Sole Bounce between .243 to .312 Square Inches and "Maximum" Effective Sole Bounce from .313 & Above Square Inches. The smaller the Effective Bounce area requires greater skill levels to be consistent. The larger the effective bounce the easier to use for the less skilled players. The Video that is shown in the Product Description box provides very good visual instruction on how these gauges work. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_RMLAWDVD Also the Wedge Playability Guide Dvd. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=GGWDGEDVD
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-16
  • 2015-07-31T11:26CST
  • bvseo_cps, prod_bvqa, vn_cps_3.1.5
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasquestionsanswers, tq_1
  • loc_en_US, sid_MA3012, PRD, sort_recentAnswersFirst
  • clientName_golfworks