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Vokey Adds a Familiar Favorite to WedgeWorks Catalog

Vokey Adds a Familiar Favorite to WedgeWorks Catalog


If you’ve been a MyGolfSpy reader for any amount of time, you understand that I get unnaturally thrilled about Vokey WedgeWorks release.

I will not say sorry.

If it depended on me (and it’s most likely best it isn’t), WedgeWorks statements would be telecasted. I’d host seeing celebrations; my Australian pal would come, and everybody would consume tacos and beverage Fosters. All of the wedges would be available in Slate Blue (The Best Finish).

The point is that when Vokey drops a brand-new grind in WedgeWorks, I’m usually here for it.

This time around, I’m a little bit more chill. Y’all can still concern the celebration.

The Vokey WedgeWorks L Grind

Vokey is following up last month’s WedgeWorks Low Bounce K Grind with a likewise low bounce L Grind. It’s perhaps the least unique release in WedgeWorks history, if just due to the fact that the L has actually been a staple of the Vokey retail lineup returning to a minimum of SM4 (that’s as far back as the records go on the Vokey site).

The L Grind (offered in 58 and 60 degrees with 4 degrees of bounce)  … you understand it, you may like it and now you can purchase it (once again). Hope the two-month hold-up wasn’t too rough.

The refresher here is that with SM10, the Vokey group chose to switch the L Grind for the T Grind. The relocation made good sense considering I’m more of T Grind guy however likewise due to the fact that the T Grind has actually ended up being remarkably popular on the PGA Tour. In current years, the T has actually been the go-to option for almost anybody searching for a flexible low-bounce lob wedge.

Given that there’s currently adequate confusion about sole grinds without having 2 lob wedges with 4 degrees of bounce in the lineup, it made good sense to boot the L from the retail lineup.

The addition of the L offers Vokey 3 low-bounce lob wedge alternatives. If that seems like a lot, it type of is, however that’s the point. There’s adequate subtlety in between the grinds that offering golf players an option in between the 3 makes good sense.

Also, no guideline states you can just select one.

T Grind versus L Grind (versus Low Bounce K)

It’s maybe a simplification however you can consider wedge grinds as existing on a spectrum that ranges from adaptability on one end to forgiveness on the other.

Among Vokey’s low-bounce lob wedge alternatives, you’ll discover the T Grind at the severe end of the adaptability side. With a substantial quantity of heel, toe and tracking edge relief, the leading edge of the T stands by to the ground in almost every orientation.

The disadvantage is that you don’t need to miss out on by much for the sharp cutting edge to dig its method to Chunk City.

On the flexible end (a minimum of amongst low-bounce alternatives) sits the Low Bounce K grind. With its broad sole, numerous golf players (specifically steeper swingers) will discover it the much better option in softer conditions and from bunkers.

It was Rory McIlroy’s lob wedge of option throughout his current win at the Wells Fargo.

The knock on the Low Bounce K (can all of us accept call it the LBK progressing?) is that it doesn’t provide much in the method of sole relief, so if you tend to control the face around the greens, it’s going to be harder to deal with than the other alternatives.

The star these days’s story – the L Grind – sits in between the 2, though I’m inclined to state it’s more T than LBK. Like the T, the L Grind’s sole patterns narrow. There is relief in the heel, toe and tracking edge however it’s not as aggressive as it remains in the T.

With that, when the face is open, the L doesn’t sit rather as close to the ground as the T. Distilled into a single sentence, the L Grind is somewhat less flexible and a bit more flexible than the T Grind.

Both are often referred to as being for company conditions or for golf players with shallow attack angles.

If you’re searching for a bit more bounce and a broader sole, the M grind is likewise an alternative.

Options, Availability and Pricing

Like all Vokey wedges, the WedgeWorks L Grind is offered with sophisticated customization and custom-made alternatives.

Those alternatives consist of:

  • Eight special toe inscriptions 
  • Stamping alternatives | 10-character Straight/Freestyle marking; 15 characters around the toe; and 2 lines of 10 characters each 
  • Custom paint-filled | Loft and Grind markings and BV Wings logo design 
  • SM10 wedges can likewise be custom-made purchased with an industry-leading choice of shafts, grips, shaft bands and ferrules. For a total list of alternatives, see www.Vokey.com.

The stock develop consists of a True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 shaft and Titleist Universal 360 grip.

The Vokey WedgeWorks L Grind is offered in 58 (RH just) and 60 degrees (RH/LH) with a raw surface.

Retail costs is $225. Available through golf stores around the world and Vokey.com.

For more info, see Vokey.com.




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