The Titleist introduces the M Grind wedges, constructed with the identical technologies that fabricate the previous Vokey Design SM8 wedges. In the past, the wedge technology was only available on Vokey SM8 sand and lob wedges.
The M Grind is for golfers that have a broad swing style and play shots with a choice of different club face positions. To remit depth and direction and ultimately giving a stronger feel, Vokey’s team extended the hosels and neutralized the weight with high-density tungsten alloy in the toe which attributes a full curved heel. The result is an all-around wedge, suitable for all situations on the golf course. The spin milled grooves are carved with specific distinct micro-grooves that have a singular incision in between grooves, which augment spin on imperfect shots. In addition, a patented heat technique is put in the impact zone for extra durability.
The Titleist Vokey M Grind wedge starts at $200 USD with the option for loft angles in 50º, 52º and 54º. For more information visit Vokey Design‘s official site.
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