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Vokey Grind Help V vs M

uflorida1

Hi guys! I'm trying to figure out my new wedge order. I'd love advice on grinds. What setup makes more sense 1. 56.08M & 60.10V 2. 56.10V & 60.08M

Please let me know your views and/or experiences. I have not heard of many people playing a SW in a V grind....

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  1. Joshua B

    If it was me I would go option 1. The M grind is for slider swings and would most likely help in sand and/or maximum distance for full swing (not steep digger swings). If you plan on swinging full shots with your 60 then the V grind may be more versatile.
  2. Andrew J - WedgeWorks Specialist

    uflorida1

    Hi guys! I'm trying to figure out my new wedge order. I'd love advice on grinds. What setup makes more sense 1. 56.08M & 60.10V 2. 56.10V & 60.08M

    Please let me know your views and/or experiences. I have not heard of many people playing a SW in a V grind....

    uflorida1:

    Great question

    In order to give you the best advice, we have a couple of follow-up questions.

    1) What lofts/bounce/grinds do you currently play?

    2) Do you have a shallow angle of attack or a steeper angle of attack?

    3) What are the conditions like at your home course? Firm, soft, both?

    4) What loft do/will you use for a majority of your greenside bunker shots? Would you consider yourself a strong bunker player or need a little extra help in the bunker?

    The V Grind is for players seeking increased bounce on square face shots as well as increased versatility from enhanced heel, toe and trailing edge relief. The V Grind is best for players with a steep angle of attack.

    The M Grind is for players seeking low to medium bounce on square face shots as well as increased versatility from enhanced heel, toe and trailing edge relief. The M grind is best for players with shallow to neutral angles of attack.

    A great resource for wedge selection can be found at the following link:
    www.vokey.com/.../wedge-selection.aspx

    In the end, the only way to truly get the best performing wedges for your swing is to hit them side by side with a Titleist fitter. Unfortunately, since the V Grind is a WedgeWorks wedge, there are fewer available demo options for this model.
    Your local Titleist fitter can contact us at Team Titleist to secure a demo V Grind wedge to use during a fitting if you give them some advance warning.

    Hopefully, this helps and thank you for your question.

    Andrew J.
    Vokey Product Specialist
  3. Thomas W

    which wedge would you say has more versatility around the greens, the 60 V or 60 High Bounce M? I currently use the 60 M with higher bounce but would prefer something with a little more versatility on open face shots

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