Titleist Vokey Spin Milled Review

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The Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedges have a reputation as some of the best wedges in golf. The new Titleist Spin Milled c-c features a classic wedge shape and appearance with a non-glare tour chrome finish. The Vokey Spin Milled wedges feature a CNC machine cut face and grooves while a special circular saw style cutting tool is used to create precise grooves.

Performance

I tested the Titleist Spin Milled Vokey CC 64 degree with 7 degree bounce in a stock wedge flex. I have never carried a wedge over 56 degrees so I was very eager to try the Titleist Vokey 64 degree wedge. After trying the 64 degree wedge, I might consider taking a long iron or hybrid out of my bag. I was able to hit shots I have never attempted with my 56 degree wedge. While it is not a club I would typically use for a full swing, it provided a new dimension to my short game around the green. It yielded average results from tight fairway lies, I had difficulty getting the ball to check and stop quickly. However, I felt like Phil Mickelson hitting flop shots. From the rough, I was able to hit flop shots that went up about 30 feet and only travel ten or fifteen feet in front of me. The ball would drop almost straight down and stop immediately. Bunker shots are super easy, the ball just hits and stops with minimal roll.

Feel

The Vokey wedge has a great feel around the green. The ball feels soft coming off the club face. Chips, pitches and flops are easy with the Vokey Spin Milled wedge. However, full swings were a little more difficult to control. Impact feels solid, it was just difficult to hit consistently. At 64 degrees, the ball goes very high and somewhat inconsistent in terms of controlling a full swing distance.

Value

The Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedge is one of the most successful brands over the past 15 years. They have been the number 1 rated wedge on the PGA since 2004. The Vokey retails at $125 for steel and $150 for graphite.

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