Titleist Vokey SM8 Jet Black Wedge · Right handed · Steel · Stiff · 50° · 8°
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Titleist Vokey SM8 wedges are ideal for low to mid-handicap players that demand accurate performing wedges with specific custom bounce and grind options that allow them to play different short game techniques from various lies around the greens.
Progressive Center of Gravity – Redesigned center of gravity locations throughout the wedge loft options provide exceptional spin control from each club.
Spin Milled Grooves – Every groove is individually cut based on the loft and purpose of the wedge, and micro-grooves within each groove are meticulously engineered to produce the highest level of spin control.
Refined Sole Grind Options - Tour-Proven sole grinds and bounce options can be specifically tailored to any player’s swing technique and shot needs so that they fit perfectly in the player’s scoring game methodology.
Jet Black Finish – A Jet-Black color provides a sleek contrast to the golf ball at address, putting deeper focus into the shot and reducing glare from the wedge’s finish.
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Vokey's are good for everyone. The countless varieties of finishes, bounces, and sole grinds means there is a wedge for any type of player. My personal favorite is this jet-black head. For me, it reduces glare during midday rounds, and it looks pretty sick.
The perfect wedge for closing the gap between the PW and the SW. The Vokey 50 degree is amazing at long distances, allowing for the perfect drop-and-stop spin. Around the green, no other wedge is as good at chip shots than the Vokey.
Nice spin on wedge shots, high-confidence when addressing the ball.
These are a great wedge for any golfer looking for a high-quality product that will serve them for years to come.
This particular wedge is great for everything inside 100 yards excluding dry fluffy sand. This particular setup can be used effectively for full swings, partial swings, and pitches/chips. This setup actually works nicely out of wet bunkers as well.