Wedge fitting

That's great.  So you know the link on the Titleist page says different than the Vokey page.  May be the cause of some of the confusion.

http://www.titleist.ca/golf-clubs/wedges/spin-milled-sm4.aspx

This response surprises me, is this based on the majority of people hitting wedges with an open stance?  I have 5 Vokeys of different lofts and bounce that I put into my bag at differnet times of the year due to turf conditions, all are standard lie as per my AP2's, and if anything on the full swing I find the toe will dig a bit deeper.   I logged in to ask a question regarding grinding as my latest addition is a 60-07 which I went to on the advice of one of the guys in the pro shop, and I am wishing I ordered the 60-04 like I had originally intended.  Now I am looking to get the club grinded a bit to see if I can soften it a little.  For the record I have a steep aggressive angle of attack, which I feel may be part of the challenge but it benefits me in a big way on compression and smash factor.

Hi Frank'

You say if any thing you dig the toe in.... How tall are you?

Ths Len

5'11", when I was in my twenties I used to play Wilson Staff Fluid feels bent 2 degrees upright.  As I age I am finding the upright swing is more difficult but I still have a fairly steep angle of attack which is good for the irons and a fitting challenge for the woods.