I would like to think they figured you would practice a bit between and before rounds. If you go through the Titleist custom fitting program you can also pimp your wedge with the same shaft as your iron set, which I would recommend doing, adjust lie, select grips and even have them personalised for that tour look, which never grows old on me. You can pimp you wedge a step further if you order direct from a Titleist stockist by having letters stamped in a variety of patterns on the back of the wedges, just like they do on tour. Even just one yard makes a difference in this department. Titleist show this below — Professional Golfers who use the Vokey wedges Here at reachthegreen. There are also three different finishes to choose from: Tour Chrome, Steel Gray, and Jet Black.
Nike, or mizuno if I found a deal. What else do you want to know? So we went for a 48˚ in the F-grind which is a full sole and ideal for full shots. My only concern is the 56 10 bounce, does anyone know if that will be alright for hard turf… I wish they made this in a lower bounce as the courses I play have hard sand and usually not very soft turf. Average Condition: These clubs have been used but not abused. Will the 200 series 14 degree bounce kill my 100 yard full 56 degree shot off the fairway? Previously in the 50° I had gone for the 8° bounce F grind, which is Titleist's fullest grind and the only grind they do in the 46° to 52° lofts.
The middle lofts around 54° that don't have a variable muscle back seem to have the same hosel length as before so the overall head design is loft specific. When you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. I am hitting the 54 deg S grind wedge farther than my 54 degree Callaway wedge also, approx. I picked one up yesterday and tried it on course the same day. Question is: What exactly makes Titleist stand out in terms of wedges so well? If you read my review of the , then you will understand why this is the case. Thanks — I really enjoy your reviews and opinions. Thought about getting all of them at 2 degrees higher loft and having them bent down to maybe get the benefit of the slightly larger face with the lower loft… But unsure if this would actually solve the issue.
These clubs may have been refinished at some point. If you are just beginning golf or are a high handicapper we recommend you check out our review of the. I ordered the other three lofts last night. The ball should come out with a low to mid trajectory with the ball flight being penetrating yet hanging at the same time. I won a drawing for a Titleist Wedge and Ball Fitting, which included 3 Titleist Wedges. For example, we guarantee that the condition of the club you get will match what was represented online. Titleist fans are loyal…just check the witb section of the forum.
This is truly an awesome club and I would recommend it to mid to low handicapper. Golf Digest may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. Something with as little detail as possible on the back, but yet still has enough pizzazz and sexiness to keep your eyes peeled. Plenty of grip and easy to knock down. Both of these wedges are available only in 58 and 60 degrees. Shaft: Slight signs of wear or use. And lastly the W-grind is particularly for soft conditions or those golfers that have a steep downswing.
When looking down at the thin top line at address, the traditional head shape help ooze confidence, particularly for the lower handicap player. The Vokey Spin Milled wedges retain the classic teardrop shape and come in only one finish: the Tour Chrome finish. After four or five shots the evidence of the spin was apparent, lots of white shavings on the end of the damp club. Bob Vokey is an exception. But the standout wedge for me in my new set is the 58˚ K-grind which has 14˚ of bounce and a really wide, forgiving sole.
Paint-fill in grooves may be worn or missing in places. Face: Grooves will have typical wear from frequent play and nicks that will not affect playability. It could be more forgiving though. Sure — it will help you get the ball up quicker when in a difficult spot around the greens, but it will not help you from further than 50 yards away from the green and will almost be a waste of space in your bag. Precise each and every shot you hit, which is a huge factor in wedges. Out of the fairways they will generate around the same levels of spin, but Titleist say that from the rough they have seen gains of around 200rpm. It starts with progressive center-of-gravity placement.
Taking my set wedge with me and then working out the distance gaps re-affirmed that my current lofts of 50°, 54° and 58° were still the best for giving 10 yard distance gaps. However, they cannot be sold as new as they could have been floor samples or demo clubs. A consistent trajectory also aids in having a narrower margin of error in terms of both distance and dispersion. The computer milling process enables each wedge to be specifically tailored to the three separate specifications of bounce. It is basically a wider M grind with more bounce and the extra heel and toe relief made it more playable on full shots and a little better from the sand than the K.
The starting wedge is at 54 degrees and it goes up to a 62-degree loft. If you disagree, no problem. The lower-lofted wedges 46-54 use narrower, deeper grooves to displace more debris on square-face shots, while higher-lofted wedges 56-62 use shallower grooves that create more friction on open-face shots. Perhaps my favorite place to use the wedges are from bunkers. Image Credit: Official Titleist Image Build Quality Bob Vokey has built up an impeccable reputation in the golfing industry with his craftsmanship in regard to Titleist wedges. The spin these wedges generate is amazing. How much of a difference could I expect?.
These scratches are common for the polished soles on most Callaway Golf woods. This option is the optimum replacement for your pitching wedge. Please take a look and let us know what you think! My steeper angle of attack theoretically made me a better fit for the 50-12 F Grind a 50-degree wedge with 12 degrees of effective bounce , but my results were better with the 50-08 F Grind. Build quality is exceptionally important and when it comes to a wedge — trust the sales numbers and brands that have stood the test of time hanging around the upper ranks. This is the option for a nice present for someone maybe for a retirement or major birthday.