Which Vokey wedge is best?
Vokey offers many wedge grind options for different situations. For instance, the L grind is ideal for firm conditions and sweeper swing styles, the M grind offers the most playability, and for some players, the best Vokey grind for sand is the K grind, with the highest bounce.
Are Vokey SM8 wedges forgiving?
While these Vokey wedges aren’t as forgiving as some wedges, they are much more versatile than most. Their crisp design and huge selection of lofts and bounce make them a no-brainer for the avid golfer. If you’ve played the SM6 or the SM7 and need some fresh grooves, you can’t go wrong with the SM8.
What Vokey wedges do pros use?
The next most popular brand is PING whose clubs account for 17% of the wedges used with Callaway wedges making up 15%. The most popular individual pitching, gap, sand & lob wedge is Titleist’s Vokey Design SM8.
Who is Bob Vokey?
Born in Montreal and raised in Verdun, Que., Vokey has become one of the world’s foremost wedge designers and trusted short game advisor to many of the modern game’s greatest golfers. His innovative designs have made Titleist Vokey wedges a trusted brand among golfers of every age and skill level.
What shaft is in Vokey SM8?
True Temper Wedge Flex shaft
The stock shaft for the new Slate Blue SM8 is the True Temper Wedge Flex shaft and is fitted with an eye-catching Blue/White/Black Golf Pride grip with the BV (Bob Vokey) wings on display down the front. A new premium finish for the number 1 wedge on Tour.
Who plays Vokey wedges?
Titleist’s Vokey WedgeWorks T Grind is a favorite of Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. Bob Vokey originally created the T Grind for former PGA Tour winner Tom Pernice Jr. These days, the lob wedge is a favorite of two major winners: Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth.
Why buy Titleist Vokey SM8 wedges?
The Titleist Vokey SM8 wedges offer distinctive improvements in both looks and performance. Developed by the gifted hands of Bob Vokey and with input from Titleist tour staff, the variety of grinds and lofts allows golfers to dial in the SM8 wedges that will best benefit their game.
What are the best wedges for my swing?
Vokey Design wedges are the benchmark and ask any tour player about them and they’d say “If I wasn’t contracted to (fill in your chosen manufacturer) then I’d use Vokey wedges.” They look, feel and perform great and with the added grind and bounce there are so many options to suit your swing and conditions.
Are WedgeWorks wedges worth it?
Developed by the gifted hands of Bob Vokey and with input from Titleist tour staff, the variety of grinds and lofts allows golfers to dial in the SM8 wedges that will best benefit their game. And for those who enjoy a little personalized flair, or desire customization, Wedgeworks is worth the experience.
What are the Vokey sole grinds?
Vokey’s six sole grinds: F, M, S, D, L, and K have been developed over the decades thanks to the input from tour players, and they allow golfers of all swing levels to find the wedge setup which fits their swing type, shot style and course conditions. The new SM8s promise some serious spin on the greens too.