The average golfer faces at least 9 scramble situations per round. A good short game will handle those situations in 27 shots or less. But with poor technique and an old wedge, you could find yourself taking over 35 shots.
“If you’re playing once a week, your wedge will probably last two years. Beyond that, you’re losing control.”
Around the greens, control is your main weapon. A new wedge with sharp grooves generates up to double the spin of an old one. That allows you more control. Make sure your wedges are working for you.