New Wedges = New Career Lows

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By Jay H

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  1. Jay H

    Jay H
    Lexington, SC

    Just wanted to give a quick shout out to the Vokey team on the SM7's. My oldest daughter is a freshman in high school and has been playing competitively for 4 years now. About a month ago, she was fit for new SM7's and moved to S-grind in her 54 and 58. The difference was immediate and incredible!

    In her first two rounds with the new wedges, she shot -4, 68 and -5, 67 to win two big high school tournaments. She was dialed in with the wedges and both wedges had tons of versatility. Full shots, short shots; high and low; bunkers, tight lies, heavy rough...these wedges did it all!

    Can't say enough how important it is to get properly fit. I don't know that we would have ever gone to S-grind in both the 54 and 58 apart from the fitting and understanding how the S helped/fit her the best.

    Thanks to Titleist and The Voke for continuing to produce the absolute best equipment in golf!

  2. I still find it fascinating when I see articles about the grind. I guess I am a true amateur. I play 150 rounds+ a year, and I chip in on average once every week or so. I chipped in 3 times for birdie in July during a round in a tournament.(I have never done that before, and I used all 3 wedges in my bag for 3 different shots) I find the bounce on my wedges to be critical as I always go with a low bounce. I can't for the life of me tell the difference between grinds. And yes, I have been fitted.
    I am in awe of those people who can.

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