Vokey Wedge Stamping

I currently have a Vokey 56, 52 and 60 degree SM4 wedges. One of the guys that works at the club that I'm a member at showed me his wedges and he got them all stamped with that awesome "snow" like design. I have been dying to get this done to my wedges but I don't know how. He claims that he got them stamped at the tour van durning some event. I thought that the tour van was only for pros though. Does anyone know how I can get my wedges stamped? I don't really want to send them in because I love the clubs too much to be without them for a month. Thanks!

I think the only official way to have it done is to see a tour van or to send them in through the Vokey Wedge Works program.  I plan on doing the same during the winter months.  Love the customization options.   

Hi Cole,

Wedgeworks offers snow stamping for Vokey wedges.  Here is the link: http://www.vokey.com/wedgeworks/services/Options.aspx

Thanks Cathie...right on the mark as usual!

Thank you Cathi! I will make sure to check that out. 

One quick question, is there anywhere that I can get them stamped in person? I live in Florida and there is no off season so being with out my wedges for a couple weeks would be impossible. 

Hi Cole,  There may be "after market" places that offer to hand stamp your wedges, but there is only one WedgeWorks and they are in Carlsbad, CA.  Right now, for snow stamping, it takes about 5 days in house, so depending on your choice of shipping, it can add anywhere from 2 days (overnight back and forth) to 2 weeks (ground back and forth from Florida)

Cole R

Thank you Cathi! I will make sure to check that out. 

One quick question, is there anywhere that I can get them stamped in person? I live in Florida and there is no off season so being with out my wedges for a couple weeks would be impossible. 

Cole, just a thought, since you sound like a competitive player obviously your grooves on your wedges is a big deal.  Practicing slowly wears down your grooves so why not order a second set of same wedges from wedgeworks and have them stamped up the way you want then practice with the non-stamped wedges and compete with the stamped versions... Just a quck thought... Good Luck!!