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  1. Robert Sellman

    I am left handed and wondering if there is any way possible to get a black nickel wedge. On the website it says they aren't made but is there someplace that could get it black nickel for me?

  2. Robert Sellman

    The Tour players are free to do whatever they wish with their wedges when they are done with them, we don't keep track.  Vokey Design wedges are cast with 8620 carbon steel and are currently offered in both Tour Chrome and Oil Can finishes. The DG Wedge flex is a re-branded S200, so it would play slightly softer than an equal length S400. And yes, Voke loves making wedges. If he was down to his last two wedges, the specs would match the preferences of the player he was making them for.

  3. Robert Sellman

    We do not currently offer a 50° Spin Milled wedge for sale through golf shops.

  4. Robert Sellman

    Do you make a Spin Milled 50° wedge and sell it to the public? If not, could I special order one through a Titleist Sales rep in Australia?

    Thanks,

    Roger

  5. Robert Sellman

    What happens to all of the wedges after the Tour players are done with them?  Are all Vokey heads made with the same metal?  What is the difference between having a DG Wedge Flex vs. an S400 installed assuming they are the same length?  Voke must be very passionate about his work, right?  If Voke was told he could only design 2 final wedges to be remembered by, what would the finish, grind and other specs be?  Thanks for your time and I really enjoy reading this blog!

  6. Robert Sellman

    Many of the players we work with find that they derive maximum benefit from <a href="www.titleist.com/.../vokeyspinmilled.asp" rel="nofollow">Spin Milled</a> grooves on shorter shots from around the greens.

  7. Robert Sellman

    I love my Spin Milled Oil Can wedges -- I have three -- but I'd really like one at 47°. Is there any way to have one custom made? And if not, why don't you make a loft lower than 54°? Thanks for the ever beautiful work!

  8. Robert Sellman

    What are the specs on the stamp set? How deep are the letters?

  9. Robert Sellman

    We can't speak for everyone on Tour, but none of our Titleist ambassadors uses a wedge with more than 60° loft on a regular basis. Wedges receive a lot of attention from the players leading up to the major championships, both because of the significance of the events and due to the fact that course conditions are different from what they typically see week-to-week on Tour.

  10. Robert Sellman

    Thanks for the great views on BV's shop.  Wondering how many guys on Tour use a wedge with more than 60° loft?  Also what tournament requires the most attention to wedges due to unusual turf conditions?

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