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Mike M

Got a SM6 wedge back in February, I played earlier this week and hit a shot that previously would have had some check on it but didn't. I use a small nickel size plastic brush to clean the wedge prior to any shot. Still no help.

I asked a college player from Georgia how many times he replaces his wedges in a year and he said 3.

For a weekend warrior, how long can I expect my grooves to hang in there? A year?

Thanks. MM

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  1. Jack H

    The Vokey team put together a video on how often you should replace your wedges. What they found was you should replace them every 75 rounds. That may or may not be a year for you. I hope this helps!

    Here is the link.
    www.titleist.com/.../video-the-vokey-team-on-groove-wear-and-spin-performance

    Jack
  2. Andrew J - WedgeWorks Specialist

    Mike M

    Got a SM6 wedge back in February, I played earlier this week and hit a shot that previously would have had some check on it but didn't. I use a small nickel size plastic brush to clean the wedge prior to any shot. Still no help.

    I asked a college player from Georgia how many times he replaces his wedges in a year and he said 3.

    For a weekend warrior, how long can I expect my grooves to hang in there? A year?

    Thanks. MM

    Mike M:

    Jack H is correct, the Groove Wear and Spin Performace video and page is a great starting point to learn more about Grooves and Spin.

    www.vokey.com/.../spin-performance.aspx

    We recommend visiting your local Titleist fitter to go through a Groove Evaluation after about 75 rounds. This does not mean after 75 rounds you have to buy new wedges, but it is a benchmark to visit your local Titleist fitter to evaluate your wedges.

    Hope this helps

    Andrew J

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