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12 months ago
12 months ago
I have 246, 250, and a 256 in my bag. I am looking to replace the 50 08 and could go with another 250 - 08 or move to the SM5 50 -08. The 200 series looks a little bigger and rounder toe but I am not sure. Any advice?
Cameron great points, also I have noticed that on tour some guys still play with their 47-52 degree wedges in the 200 model...
Likely cause the 200 series has less aggressive groves, they don't always want extra spin
In my opinion, the SM5 overall is a better club and is newer. If I were you I would get the SM5, its what I play and I have always used them.
Ok, thank you
I love my 200's...they are such a great classic look...and you cant go wrong with them either.
11 months ago
I am sticking with the 200 series and will order the 250-08. It does spin a little less since it doesn't have the newer grooves which is better for me. Thanks to everyone for the posts
Are there any plans for the 200 series with TX3 groves?
There are no plans to add the TX3 groove to the 200 Series. The 200 Series will be discontinued this year so we recommend grabbing some while they are still available!
More info here: http://www.vokey.com/wedgeworks/products/200-series.aspx
Appreciate your support of Vokey Wedges.
BOBBY DARE THE NEW SM5 WEDGES FORGED AS IN THE PAST OR ARE THEY CAST
The SM5 wedges are cast.