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

Posted: May 25, 2011

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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Danny P


Hi Bob, how are you? quick  2 questions what is the big difference between 200 series, tvd's and the Spin Milled wedges? and which one would you recommend the most for a low-mid handicapper? thanks a lot for all the hard work you have put all these years.... a loyal fan.... Danny Pernas

Tony C


I was wondering if there will ever be an a la carte option for the wedges so you can combine features from different wedges all into one.

Thanks,

Tony C

Brian H


Mr. Vokey, what is the primary reason the new groove rule wedges are performing as well creating spin as the re groove wedges?

Thanks,

Brian

Gary G


Bob , how does bounce affect the club when you open the face more or less. Does the club being open make the bounce less or more in tight lies? With so many choices ,i often feel information overload on this subject. Is there a standard set of guidelines you reccommend for fitting a club to a particular shot?

thanks :)

eagle3


Having owned and played with your wedges, I wonder how you come up with the correct amount of bounce for the wedges?? This has always been a question of mine and wonder if you could answer this for me.

Gene K


Why did titlest come out with a adjustable head on a 3 wood? I purshed one and found that you do not need to adjust it.

1iron


Bob--I've been playing your wedges for several years.....I'm a scratch golfer and play amateur events often including the '08 U.S. Mid-Am.   I've also played Titleist golf balls for about 30 years.

I've never understood why your Titleist wedges tear up Titleist balls after only one hit.  If I'm 80 yds away, there will be "teeth" marks every time and I have dozens of "old" balls for proof.    I KNOW I'm not the only accomplished golfer out there with this frustration.......  What is Titleist's position on this issue?  Thanks.  Tim

Gary M


my favorite club in my bag is a 200 series 54-10 chrome .  i was wondering if you could (suggest ,of even be able to) make a 250-10 if i wanted one ?  i see the standard bounce is 8 degrees on the 250-08  .  would it make sence, work properly with 10 degrees on a 50  ?

i feel the 10 degree bounce is a comfortable degree for my stronger wedges, and maybe its psychological, but it works

thanks

gary

Club ChampionCertified Titleist Fitting Professional

Matthew S


With the wedges in my bag I have always added a couple more wraps under the bottom hand to the grip so when I grip down for feel shots around the green the grip doesn't feel too thin.  I am wondering if you do this for your tour players or if any of them request it? Also is there anything you can share from your experiences testing shafts like the High Rev KBS and the DG Spinner in new C-C groove wedges?

Thanks

Matt (Fellow Canadian)

@ScratchOrDie


Bob, how often do you recommend replacing your wedges or is there a way to visibly tell when to?  How do you feel about resharpening and is this a good way to extend the life of your Vokies?  And my final question:  You probably get the same questions all the time, so what is one thing that you don't get asked about enough or would like everyone to know about your wedges?  Thanks Bob, you're the man! 52-7, 60-8, 56-11 in the bag and a Vokey player for life