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Posted: April 29, 2009
Some new features have been added to Vokey.com in the past few days. The first is a guide to the grinds that Voke has developed through his work over the past decade on the PGA Tour and that have shaped the sole profiles in the new line of Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges as well as the Vokey Wedge Works limited release wedges. The Vokey Grind Guide can be found at:
Vokey Grind Guide at Vokey.com
Also, we currently have a very limited number (200 each) of 60° wedges with the E and L Grinds available in Vokey Wedge Works. These wedges feature a special black QPQ finish, and are available for delivery to U.S. addresses only.
Last but not least, we have added a video that provides background on the new line of Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges, including insights from Voke on the specific grinds that influenced this line as well as his thoughts on the Spin Milled process. The video can be viewed by clicking on the image below.
We hope you enjoy, be sure to check out Vokey.com for more.
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One of the best, most informative posts! Love hearing Voke talk about his tour stuff and how it reaches that grass roots player at home. Find a wedge fitter on www.fittingworks.com close to you!
wrote on May 1, 2009
I am wondering if there ever has been any thoughts about creating a 46° wedge in the Spin Milled or 200 Series?
The reason why is that I like the feel of my Vokey gap wedge and would like to replace the pitching wedge from my set, but it is a 47° and most sets contain a PW with loft less then 48°. If I were to get the 48° Vokey bent to 47° or even 46° the bounce would be reduced, reducing the wedges usability with turf interaction.
wrote on June 14, 2009
We do have some prototype 46° Vokey wedges in play on Tour, but there are no current plans to bring this loft into the line available in golf shops.
wrote on June 15, 2009
You could just bend a 48° to a 46° or 47°.
wrote on June 26, 2009