New Titleist Vokey Spin Milled 5 Wedges

Titleist recently launched their new Vokey Spin Milled 5 wedges this past month.  These new 8620 carbon steel construction wedges feature a 7% volume increase in their TX3 grooves,  which is said to deliver maximum spin by channeling away grass and sand faster.  The machine milled faces are said to also improve trajectory and distance control.  One thing these new Titleist wedges are not short on is options – they come in 21 different loft/bounce/grind combinations to suit pretty much anyone and everyone.  Not to mention Titleist is offering other personalization options to truly make the wedge yours.  Available at golf shops starting on March 14th, for the MSRP of $145 – they also come in three finishes – Tour Chrome, Gold Nicket and Raw Black.  See more details and pictures below!

Spin Milled 5 wedges are available in lofts of 46º to 62º (in two degree increments) and six tour-inspired sole grinds (L, T, S, M, F and K), with each model properly sorted into low, mid and high bounce categories. View the chart below to see a visual of all your club options.


SM5 Sole Grind Descriptions

L Grind: Narrow crescent sole with small forward bounce surface and minimal camber.
Swing type: Slider. Condition type: Firm.

T Grind: Dual bounce sole with wide trailing bounce surface.
Swing type: Slider/Neutral. Condition type: Firm/Medium.

S Grind: Full sole with straight trailing edge ribbon and moderate heel relief.
Swing type: Slider/Neutral. Condition type: Firm/Medium/Soft.

M Grind: Crescent sole with narrow forward bounce surface and moderate camber.
Swing type: Slider/Neutral. Condition type: Firm/Medium.

F Grind: Full sole with moderate camber and small trailing edge ribbon.
Swing type: Slider/Neutral/Digger. Condition type: Firm/Medium/Soft.

K Grind: Wide sole with increased bounce and enhanced camber.
Swing type: Neutral/Digger. Condition type: Medium/Soft.

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