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Live Webcast with Master Craftsman Bob Vokey on Wednesday, June 1

Master Craftsman Bob Vokey is going to take a quick break from designing his legendary, precision scoring tools – better known as Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges – to spend some time next week with Team Titleist via live webcast.

This is your chance to ask “The Voke” a question and get some insight about wedge design, technology and craftsmanship straight from the source.

Steve Pelisek, Titleist General Manager of Golf Clubs
, will join Bob for the 30-minute broadcast.

Please submit your questions in the comments section below, and don’t forget to bookmark this page to watch the live webcast on Wednesday, June 1, at 4:30 p.m. EDT (1:30 p.m. PDT).

You can enter the webcast by clicking the following link:



Webcast Details:
Date: Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. EDT (1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. PDT)
www.titleist.com/webcast

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50 Replies

  1. Barry O

    Just finished watching the live web cast of Bob and Steve answering all the questions that they had time for. Thanks for clearing up a question that I didn't have time to ask for myself. I'm a digger, so my new wedges that I was fitted for out in Oceanside, CA will have more bounce! They wil be a 52-08, 56-11 and a 60-10. Steve Ziff did a great job helping me to understand my gaps and needs because of my steep attack angle. Wonderful job on the web cast! Thanks guys.

  2. Austin T

    Mr. Vokey,

    Have you ever wanted to create a limited edition Left Handed only release? I think many of your Left handed fans, and Canadian fans, would love something like that. Loving my TVD's!

    Thanks, Austin T

  3. Jason L

    Dr V.

    I was recently fitted for AP2's.  The fitter told me that flex of my club shafts should be 6.0 and my wedges should be 5.5. He said that the wedges should't be as stiff because you dont  use a full swing with them as often.  I would think that you would want your wedges to be as stif if not stiffer than your regular irons.  Any thoughts?

  4. Rick H

    Mr. Vokey, i have a old sand wedge that Don White made. it has a "worn sole" or what i call a bi-level sole. 60*/11*. I am reclubing this year and cannot find anything close. my pw. and s.w. are tvd grinds but i need a new lw.  can you make me one????? PLEASE!!!!!!

  5. roy d

    what bounce and what loft is recommended for usually hard , course sand

  6. Paul T

    Will you ever make a 46 or 48 degree wedge in Black Nickel?

  7. Stuart R

    What is your thoughts on the course changes at The Open this year at Royal St Georges, and what bounce on your wedges will be most popular for the event?

    Thanks Stuart

  8. dudehere

    2 Questions:

    Will the 400 series wedge be reintroduced like the 200 series is currently?

    Will you release a hat like you & Pernice wear: Titleist on the front & the winged BV on the side?

    Thanks for the great wedges!

    Dan

  9. Mark B

    What features do the tour played have added to your wedges so they preform as desired or can a tour player pick up one of your wedges off the rack and still preform the same magic.

  10. Rob K Titleist Communications Titleist Staff Member

    Hi Bob,

    What are some of the craziest requests you have had from the Tour?  Who in particular tinkers a lot with their wedges?

    Thanks,

    Rob K.

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