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Bridgestone Precept J40 Satin Chrome Steel Wedge

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $14.01
Mid: $16.48
High: $18.95

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $46.69
Mid: $54.93
High: $63.17

Next update: 5/29/16

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Bridgestone Precept

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Head Material:

8620 mild carbon steel

•Variable Bounce Technology creates lower bounce on the heel and toe sole areas and slightly higher bounce in the center of the sole
•CNC Milled face for increased surface roughness and added spin
•Non-glare Satin Chrome finish
•Conforming U-Groove
•8620 mild carbon steel
Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd., currently Bridgestone Corporation, was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi. For more than 70 years the company has been building its reputation for innovation and quality. There is a wide variety of products sold under the Bridgestone name in nearly every nation worldwide. While Bridgestone Corporation has its roots as a tire company, its experience and expertise in rubber has spread to a variety of industries, including sports. In 1972, Bridgestone Sports Co., Ltd. was founded, and it now comprises 10 marketing companies, an overseas marketing network, and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. In 1985 Bridgestone Sports (U.S.A.) established its home in Norcross, Ga., to produce golf balls for the U.S. market, and soon thereafter Bridgestone golf clubs were also distributed in the US market.

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The wedge features a True Temper Gold Spinner shaft and a milled face for increased surface roughness to maximize spin. The shaft’s recessed section near the grip is intended to produce a steeper angle of attack during the downswing to help launch the ball low with more spin.
Moves smoothly through the turf with a nice feel. It’s almost like you didn’t feel the ball coming off the face.”
“Delicate on short shots, but when you need it to be a brute, it can be.” ... “It has a firm but responsive sound and feel. It’s a players wedge, for sure.”
Bridgestone’s irons, including the J40, have had a cult following. This wedge is worthy of some attention, too.
Five loft/bounce options serve only the most basic of needs.

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