Are Titleist wedges good?

The SM8 wedges, as expected, really do feel brilliant. As good as any wedge I have ever hit. I played Vokeys as a teenager but moved away from them as I struggled when hitting longer wedge shots from 70-90 yards. These were my full shots and the ball always seemed to pop up without going as far as I wanted.

Does Vokey make a raw wedge?

Beginning today, February 28, new Vokey Design SM7 Raw wedges are now available exclusively through Vokey WedgeWorks. The preferred finish for many players on Tour, SM7 wedges in Raw finish can be personalized with custom hand stamping, shaft bands, BV Wings grips and any WedgeWorks toe engraving option.

What is WedgeWorks?

WEDGEWORKS IS. YOUR WINDOW INTO Established in 2008, WedgeWorks opened the doors to Bob’s custom workshop with a mission to bring the tour experience to all golfers. Today, WedgeWorks offers so much more than custom hand-stamping. We offer unique grinds, tour-preferred finishes, and limited edition wedges.

Why do people stamp wedges?

Wedges and putters are usually made from softer steel, making it much easier to hand stamp something into them. If your irons are made of a softer steel and you would like to stamp them, we recommend stamping your initials on them (Check out our initial stamps here).

What is F grind on Vokey wedge?

The F Grind Vokey SM8 is an all-purpose grind that is particularly suited for full shots and shots hit with a square face. Ideal for players who prefer a traditional wedge sole. The F grind is the most played wedge on Tour including Justin Thomas. It’s well suited to any turf condition or swing type.

Do Vokey SM8 wedges rust?

The Titleist Vokey Design SM8 wedges are available in four finishes: Tour Chrome, Brushed Steel, Jet Black and Raw finish. The Jet Black will rust as the dark finish wears, while the Raw wedges will rust more quickly with exposure to air and moisture.

Do Vokey wedges rust?

Are Vokey wedges forged?

Many people would be surprised to learn that Vokeys are cast and not forged. Casting and forging are just processes. The feel of the wedge is determined by the metal used, not by the process. We cast the softest metal available, 8620 mild carbon steel.

Are Titleist golf balls made in the USA?

Titleist Golf Balls Made in the USA in New Bedford , Massachusetts for over 80 years now. Titleist Golf Balls came to be after a well stroked putt went astray. The golfer checked the ball only to find the core was off center. This resulted in the golfer starting Titleist to build a golf ball that rolls and flies true.

How much does a Titleist golf ball weigh?

According to the United States Golf Association, the official weight of a golf ball should not exceed 1.620 ounces, or 45.93 grams. The ball’s diameter should not be less than 1.680 inches, or 42.67 millimeters.

What degree is a Titleist pitching wedge?

Pitching-wedge lofts vary a bit with different club manufacturers. The minimum loft you’re likely to find on a pitching wedge is 43 degrees. Unless you discover an antique from the pre-gap wedge days, you probably won’t find a true pitching wedge with a loft of more than 50 degrees. A typical pitching wedge today features 45 to 48 degrees of loft.

What is a lob wedge used for in golf?

Lob wedge. A lob wedge, also known as a lofted wedge or a L-Wedge is a wedge used in the sport of golf, known for being one of the shortest-hitting clubs and providing the most loft on a shot. Lob wedges are used to produce shots with a very high arc, and are most often used for shots over hazards and other obstructions.