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Determine the best wedges for your game and course conditions.
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What is your handicap or average 18 hole score?

Handicap range: +5 to 36

Average score range: 67 to 107

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Below are your recommended wedges

Bob Vokey recommends 4°-6° of loft separation between wedges in order to create proper distance gaps, reducing the need to hit half wedge shots. This along with the information you have provided has combined to provide the recommendations above.

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The D Grind is the player’s high bounce wedge. High measured bounce with the crescent shape of the M grind is ideal players with a steeper angle of attack who play with a variety of clubface positions.


The F grind is an all-purpose grind that is particularly suited for full shots and shots hit with a square face. Ideal for players who prefer a traditional wedge sole. The F grind is the most played sand wedge on the PGA Tour.


The K Grind is the highest bounce wedge in the lineup, and is the ultimate bunker club. The K Grind is a wide, full sole wedge with enhanced camber to make it forgiving from a variety of sand and turf conditions.


The L grind features a narrow crescent shape allowing maximum greenside versatility. Perfect for firm conditions and designed for skilled players who frequently open or close the clubface to create shots around the green.


The M Grind, Voke’s favorite, is designed for players that like to rotate the club face open and close to manufacture shots around the green. Ideal for players with a shallower, more sweeping swing type who play shots from a variety of clubface positions.


The S Grind is a design based on feedback from Titleist brand ambassador Steve Stricker. It is best for square faced shots with a touch more versatility than the F grind. Simple mechanics are best with this wedge.


The T Grind is perfect for players looking for low bounce and a narrow sole that hugs the ground. With maximum heel, toe, and trailing edge relief, it allows for ultimate shot-making versatility, in any condition.

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What is the condition of the bunkers on your typical course?

Bunkers have a variety of sand and varying levels of firmness. Use the descriptions below to decide which type most represents the typical bunkers you play.


Soft bunkers will have very light fluffy sand, with more than 6 inches of sand in the base of the bunker. You will know you are in a soft bunker when you step into the bunker and sink down into the sand before taking your stance.


Neutral bunkers will have slightly heavier sand with about 4-6 inches of sand in the base of the bunker and 2-3 inches on the bunker face. You will know you are in a neutral bunker when you take your stance and the sand covers the soles of your shoes with ease.


Firm bunkers will have heavy sand with less than 3 inches of sand in the base of the bunker. You will know you are in a firm bunker when you take your stance and the sand barley covers the soles of your shoes.

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