Zach to donate Vokey wedge to Augusta National

It's a tradition for The Masters champion to donate a piece of his winning equipment to Augusta National. Zach told me yesterday that he planned on donating his Vokey Design 54° wedge, the same one he used to chip the ball to tap-in range on the final hole. He hit a lot of great shots with that club, but the last chip is the one that everybody will remember. This will be at least the second Vokey Design wedge in the trophy case as the 2003 champion donated one of his as well. -- Voke

Zach reacts to his chip on the final hole Sunday at Augusta National.

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  1. Robert Sellman

    We do not comment on future product launch plans on this blog.

  2. Robert Sellman

    Are there any plans to release new drivers in the near future? I had heard rumors of a carbon-composite 905R being Tour tested. Thanks!

  3. Robert Sellman

    The <a href="" rel="nofollow">907D1</a> has a heel-toe MOI that is about 11% greater and a high-low MOI that is about 15% greater than the <a href="" rel="nofollow">907D2</a>.

  4. Robert Sellman

    What is the MOI of the 907D1 and the 907D2? I bought the 907D2 and wanted to know the difference.

  5. Robert Sellman

    Cavity back design in irons has more to do with playability than workability. Weight redistribution in cavity back irons allows for an increase in the club's moment-of-inertia (MOI) as well as for repositioning of the club's center of gravity (CG).  This translates into greater forgiveness on off-center impacts and optimized launch conditions with controllable ball flights.

  6. Robert Sellman

    This would likely depend on the firmness of the sand as well as the length of the shot.

  7. Robert Sellman

    There is a lot of talk about the benefits of cavity back irons and their wide use on Tour.  But, isn't it true that blades, particularly the 695MB, offer more workability than any of the cavity back irons?  If so, why are Titleist Tour players, like Zach, using CB irons instead of MBs.  Aside from personal preference, is there objective basis for CBs over MBs?  Is it a misconception that CBs are not as workable as MBs?


  8. Robert Sellman

    It looks like a number of Tour players have wedge combos of 54° and 60°. If a player was more of a "slider", I'm curious as to which wedge they'd predominantly use for greenside bunker shots (if they had 54.10 and 60.04 wedges)?


  9. Robert Sellman

    The lifespan of any club depends on a number of factors. Each player needs to individually decide when a particular club no longer performs to their expectations, and replace as necessary.

  10. Robert Sellman

    We are always working on new designs and testing them with the Tour pros.  While we are currently working on a number of new grinds, we have no plans to introduce any of these models this year.

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