Which Vokey wedge is most forgiving?
K-Grind. The highest bounce wedge in the lineup, the K Grind is the ultimate bunker club and the most forgiving wedge in the lineup for all shots.
Which Vokey wedge is best?
Wedge Grind Options for Swing Type and Course Conditions 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.
When should I replace my Vokey wedges?
Titleist has done tests with their Vokey wedges that suggest 75 rounds is when you will see a significant decline in performance.
Do Vokey 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 pros use Rusty wedges?
Rusty wedges appear in many a tour pro’s bag. Sometimes, the rust is a result of a hard life spent splashing shots out of bunkers and pounding golf balls from the turf on ranges around the globe. But usually it is totally inentional.
Are Vokeys forgiving?
Titleist Vokey SM8 Wedge After testing the clubs thoroughly, we found the clubhead more stable and forgiving, and we were able to produce high levels of consistent spin. There are loads of grinds to choose from so we highly recommend going for a custom fit to make sure you get the most forgiving SM8 for your swing.
Is 14 degrees of bounce too much?
Wedges with a mid bounce angle (10 to 14-degrees) are the best all-around wedges for playability in all types of conditions and all golfers.
Is 12 degree bounce too much?
Clubs with a bounce of more than 10 degrees are considered “high bounce” wedges, according to Publinks Golfer. Sand wedges and some specialty gap wedges usually have high bounce, making them a good choice for light sand, deep rough or a shaggy fairway.
How long should golf wedges last?
Studies have shown that a typical wedge will last 65-75 rounds before there’s a dip in performance. For the average recreational golfer who plays regularly, that comes out to about every 18 to 24 months.
Are Vokey SM8 wedges forgiving?
The Vokey SM8 are certainly some of the most forgiving wedges in the entire Vokey lineup. While not quite game-improvement irons, they will still serve the needs of mid to high handicappers. The Vokey SM8 wedges have tungsten weighting that has been pushed closer to the face of each club.
Why do Vokey wedges rust?
The Jet Black will rust as the dark finish wears, while the Raw wedges will rust more quickly with exposure to air and moisture.
Is 10 degrees enough bounce?
Soft Sand. Using a sand wedge with a larger bounce angle is best in fluffy sand. The added width at the bottom of the club will help your club slide underneath the sand and pop the ball out of the sand. 10-14 degree bounce is best.
Do pros use high bounce wedges?
A club that has a bounce of 10° or above is called a high bounce wedge. PGA professionals commonly use low-bounce wedges as it gives them better versatility in their shots, but these have a smaller margin for error.
Should I play a low bounce wedge?
If you have a steep angle of attack resulting in deep divots, a higher bounce is recommended. If you are a sweeper resulting in shallow or no divot, low bounce is recommended. Vokey encourages golfers to go through a wedge fitting to ensure they get the proper bounce for their swing type.