Vokey SM7 wedges unveiled at 2017 Shriners Hospitals Open in Las Vegas
Equipment

Vokey SM7 wedges unveiled at 2017 Shriners Hospitals Open in Las Vegas


SHARE THIS STORY



The next generation of Bob Vokey wedges are here, with the SM7 wedges are now finding their way quickly into bags of PGA Tour players at the 2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

The Las Vegas PGA Tour stop is typically a good one for seeding and releasing new equipment for tour players heading into the final three official PGA Tour events of the calendar year. The Titleist folks aren't saying much about the difference between the SM6 and SM7 wedges, though you could imagine the offering of a new grind, some improved technique in making grooves and milling on the face in between grooves to impart more spin.



It would seem the progressive center of gravity would remain from the SM6s, though there may be some movement in the shaping of the toe.

As you might imagine, this product will probably come out in January or so (completing a two-year cycle) with some more information around the PGA Merchandise Show or just beforehand.


SUBSCRIBE AND WIN PEAKVISION SUNGLASSES!

New subscribers to our weekly email newsletter from October 15 through December 15 will be entered to win a pair of PeakVision sunglasses of their choice! PeakVision's Dual Zone technology prevents glare while offering unparalleled clarity that's perfect for golfers. The patented PeakVision lens enhances the golfer's ability to see the contours of the greens better with high-definition amber lens which provide three times the definition than the naked eye, and we want you to experience the difference for yourself. (Rules and regulations)


About the author

Golf News Net

Golf News Net

We use the Golf News Net byline sometimes just to change things up. But, it's one of us humans writing the story, we promise.

Sometimes we post sponsored content from this account, and it is labeled as such. We also occasionally include links to products and services from which we could make a small percentage of a sale through affiliate programs.