The Titleist Vokey SM6 Wedges has a progressive design and already the most played wedge on tour. Titleist has redesigned this stunning wedge by adding progressive centre of gravity with more spin thanks to TX4 grooves and tour developed sole grinds. Titleist wanted to address the key area to improving wedge play so they looked at distance gapping, by altering the centre of gravity they were able to achieve better distance and flight, shown below.
Bob and his team with tour players have worked hard on the process of gapping. Here is a great example of the distances and lofts needed for a great short game and the required lofts on your wedges.
Titliest have used their tour proven TX4 grooves and made them better by using better tolerances and quality. Grooves are one of the best factors when it come to spin. Below is an indication of the precision Titleist go through to make your wedges better with more spin capabilities.
Here are the lofts available in the new Titleist Voket SM6 Wedges, with four bounce angles and various loft, Titleist are confident that you can set you your wedges to get the best from your game.
One of the biggest questions asked about wedges are the bounce angles and what they mean. The following describes what bounce angle do and what they mean for you.
Titleist has five sole option in their range, all golfers swing the club differently, some have shallow angles of attack and some more upright and steeper. Choosing the correct sole for you is very important so you can choose what suits your game to get the best results. The following information has the precise bounce for you.
Selecting the grind and bounce angle can be tough. The following information will let you know. Bob Vokey is one of the leading wedge makers in history, let him help you.
Here is a full description of the bounces and they will work for you.