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Explanation/definition of grinds

David B

So many different choices. Is there one article/chart explaining all the differences? I am looking to purchase a 50 and 54 wedge which will be used from the fairway and around the greens(not sand) for full shots, pitches and chips. Any suggestions?

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  1. Andrew J - WedgeWorks Specialist

    David B

    So many different choices. Is there one article/chart explaining all the differences? I am looking to purchase a 50 and 54 wedge which will be used from the fairway and around the greens(not sand) for full shots, pitches and chips. Any suggestions?

    David B:

    A great resource can be found at Vokey.com at the following link: www.vokey.com/.../wedge-selection.aspx

    For the 50 degree. we offer the F Grind which is great for full shots, square face shots.

    For the 54 degree. we offer the M, S and F Grinds. From what you have described, the 54.14F would be a good starting point.

    The best way to truly appreciate the high performance of Vokey Wedges, achieve total confidence on every shot, and shoot lower scores, is to experience a Vokey Wedge fitting for yourself. You can get more information on wedge fitting at the following link: www.titleist.com/.../experience

    Thank you for your question

    Andrew J
    Vokey Product Specialist

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