Which Vokey grind should you choose?
In Vokey’s player testing with both professional and amateur golfers, the L grind is preferred by the majority, which is why it’s the one in the SM8 lineup.
What is the difference between Bob Vokey’S L grind and T grind?
Compared to Vokey’s L Grind, it has a wider back flange which aims to allow for lower measured bounce, and it arrives in 58 and 60 degree loft options. “Wedge play is an art, and the T Grind brings out the best in the artist,” Bob Vokey said.
How much does a Vokey wedge cost?
Vokey’s WedgeWorks T Grind wedge (58 and 60 degrees; 4 degrees of bounce) retails for $225 (True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 shaft) and can be customized with toe engravings, paint-fill colors and stamping options. Want to overhaul your bag for 2022?
What is a Vokey WedgeWorks T grind?
Based on the M Grind, the T is what Vokey points to as the one that made wedge grinds a thing. The utility of the T grind along with an acknowledgment of its significance in Vokey’s history helps explain why some variety of Vokey WedgeWorks T Grind finds its way into the lineup nearly every season.