Are Titleist SM4 wedges conforming?

A new scoreline measurement technology has allowed Titleist to produce more precise face and groove cutting for its Vokey Spin Milled SM4 wedges. This allows the grooves to be manufactured to the conforming limit to provide optimal spin.

What kind of grooves do Vokey wedges have?

Vokey SM8 wedges feature the Spin Milled Grooves. The reason these grooves are so good for golfers is that they go through an impressive manufacturing process, and then, they hold up quite well over time.

What year is Titleist SM4?

Titleist Vokey SM4 Wedge – Product Details

UK Launch 18 November 2011
Manufacture Cast
Material Steel
Finish Chrome, Black Nickel, Oil Can
Lie 64°

Are Vokey SM4 wedges forged?

One thing to remember is that Vokey wedges are not forged. They are extremely soft, however, and while the feel is comparable, forged fans should demo a Vokey before they make the jump.

What grind is Vokey sm4?

The Full Grind, as the name suggests, comes with the fullest sole of all the five variants, which is beauty if you play courses heavy on white sand, heavy rough, or lush grass. It comes with the greatest variety of lofts and bounces – 46.08, 48.06, 48.10, 50.08, 50.12, 52.08, 52.12, 54.08, 54.14, 56.08, and 56.14.

What grind is Vokey SM4?

Are Titleist Vokey wedges cast or forged?

Many people would be surprised to learn that Vokeys are cast and not forged.

Are Vokey SM8 forged?

Vokey wedges are cast from 8620. The company could shift course and forge the SM8 from something like 1025 (Mizuno style), but I doubt it. The bottom line here is that we don’t hear many complaints about the feel of Vokey wedges, so there’s no reason to expect a significant change.