vokey M grind

i really want a custom vokey wedge and am probobly going to get the 60* M. does anyone have this wedge and if sohow do you like and and especily the M grind

Hi Owen,

I put all new wedges in my bag last year (52*, 56* and 60*) and went with the WedgeWorks Exclusives TVD grind (a variation on the M grind). Not only did the wedges turn out great, they are some of the best feeling wedges I have ever gamed. The grind is super versatile and the bounce combinations fit my swing perfectly. I can't say enough good things about these wedges and I have a feeling these will be in the bag for a long time.

Nice set up Mike.  

Are all of the grinds available through the wedgeworks?

Hi Mike,

 

I was hoping u could give  me a little info...I have a 60/4 degree vokey that has a double angle to the sole. My old Vokey lob was same bounce but uniform across the sole. I got the new one free so I didn't pick it out but I was curious what it's called. Further, I'm not familiar with the different grinds and was looking for some info. I went to WedgeWorks Exclusives TVD but didn't see anything about grinds, specifically the M grind you refer to above.

Thanks,

Marty

T.Tiger

Nice set up Mike.  

Are all of the grinds available through the wedgeworks?


Hi Tim,

The WedgeWorks Exclusives line features the TVD grind wedge which is a variation on the "M" grind. From time to time there are WedgeWorks Limited Releases that have different grinds that the Voke has developed working with players out on tour. The Vokey team just launched a new limited release yesterday that features a TVD wedge with the "R" grind. Only 225 of these wedges are being made available. Check it out at vokey.com.

MARTY O

Hi Mike,

 

I was hoping u could give  me a little info...I have a 60/4 degree vokey that has a double angle to the sole. My old Vokey lob was same bounce but uniform across the sole. I got the new one free so I didn't pick it out but I was curious what it's called. Further, I'm not familiar with the different grinds and was looking for some info. I went to WedgeWorks Exclusives TVD but didn't see anything about grinds, specifically the M grind you refer to above.

Thanks,

Marty


Hi Marty,

Here is some more info on the WedgeWorks Exclusives TVD wedges and the M grind...

TVD is short for Tour Van Design, a variation of Voke’s "Most Favorite" M grind. The TVD features a crescent shaped sole and moderate camber. This allows the wedge to easily pivot around its center for versatility and shot making. Due to its moderate effective bounce, the TVD is a great all around wedge for a variety of playing conditions.

TVD wedges are also the only wedges in the Vokey lineup that feature a tour grind in lower lofts.

The TVD grind has been proven time and again on Tour by the best players in the world. Tour Van Design - only at WedgeWorks.

I got a 60M a few years ago as a gift, it was one of the limited release wedges off Vokey.com and it has been great.   Very easy to use when opened up or when square.   I now have a TVD that I ordered off Vokey.com and will bring it out in the spring, heard great things about it as well.  Hope that helps

 

I have a 60 TVD and it's pretty awesome!  KBS Black Nickel Wedge shaft, regular flex.

 

Thanks Mike. Appreciate the info on TVD.

 

Did you have any idea about the 60 degree I currently have or should I ask Titleist thru the website? Or maybe I just didn"t understand if you responded to this....

"I  have a 60/4 degree vokey that has a double angle to the sole. My old Vokey lob was same bounce but uniform across the sole. I got the new one free so I didn't pick it out but I was curious what it's called".

MARTY O

Thanks Mike. Appreciate the info on TVD.

 

Did you have any idea about the 60 degree I currently have or should I ask Titleist thru the website? Or maybe I just didn"t understand if you responded to this....

"I  have a 60/4 degree vokey that has a double angle to the sole. My old Vokey lob was same bounce but uniform across the sole. I got the new one free so I didn't pick it out but I was curious what it's called".

Marty-
The Spin Milled 60-04 is inspired by the T Grind Voke developed with Titleist Brand Ambassador Tom Pernice, Jr.:

The T Grind is named for Titleist Brand Ambassador Tom Pernice, Jr. based on Voke’s work with Tom. Derived from the M Grind, the T Grind features a much narrower forward bounce surface with minimal camber, therefore playing with less effective bounce than M Grind wedges. With thin, flat soles and low effective bounce, T Grind wedges are suitable for players with shallow angles of attack who prefer to pick the ball cleanly, and work well in firm conditions. The T Grind served as inspiration for the sole designs of the Spin Milled 60-04 and 64-07.

Be sure to check out the Tour Grind Guide on Vokey.com for more information on some of the other sole grinds Bob has developed on Tour over the years. And be sure to let us know if you have any other questions.

Brice Waddell
Titleist Golf Clubs Marketing

thanks alot and also nice wedges. hopefully i will have something some more besides my new 60* in a few months!!

Nice wedges Mike and RC.  Looking good!

Thanks Brice. I checked out the link to Vokey.com. Should my wedge have  a grind identification marking ("T") like one on web site? cuz it doesn't have any letter marking at all. 

MARTY O

Thanks Brice. I checked out the link to Vokey.com. Should my wedge have  a grind identification marking ("T") like one on web site? cuz it doesn't have any letter marking at all. 



Marty-
No grind designations are included on the Vokey Design Spin Milled line of wedges offered through golf shops. The image on Vokey.com shows prototype wedges that were hand finished and individually stamped by the Titleist Tour Department.