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Titleist Vokey SM7 Wedges

The SM7 lineup comes in lofts ranging from 46°-62° and features the F, K, L, M, and S grinds that were offered in the SM6 lineup. There is also a new grind addition to the SM7 lineup, the high loft, high bounce D grind. Offered in three finishes, Tour Chrome, Brushed Steel and Jet Black, find your numbers, find your letter and start lowering your scores today!

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Titleist SM7 Wedges at Golf Discount

The new Titleist SM7 wedges utilize the same progressive CG found in the SM6 wedges that is contrary to traditional wedge design. Whether players mean to or not, the ball tends to strike further up the face on higher lofted wedges. Vokey listened to the feedback from Tour players (and amateurs) and moved the CG higher on the clubface for higher lofted clubs and lower on the clubface for lower lofted wedges. This reallocation of weight places the CG behind the most typical impact location for each loft. Combined with Spin Milled Grooves and a wide range of bounce and grind combinations, there are Titleist SM7 wedges that will fit all players games and the conditions they play in.


  • D Grind: NEW GRIND! The player’s high bounce wedge, the D Grind offers high measured bounce with the crescent shape of the M Grind for shot making versatility.
  • F Grind: Full sole designed primarily for full swings and square face shots. For that reason, F is the only grind available in the 46°-52° models. The 54°/56° F Grind is the most played sand wedge on the PGA Tour.
  • K Grind: The highest bounce wedge in the lineup, the K Grind is the ultimate bunker club and the most forgiving wedge in the lineup for all shots.
  • L Grind: The L Grind features a narrow crescent shape allowing maximum green side versatility, but it is the least forgiving wedge in the lineup.
  • M Grind: Vokey’s favorite, the M grind is designed for players that like to rotate the club face open and shut to manufacture shots around the green.
  • S Grind: Design based on feedback from Steve Stricker, the S is best for square faced shots with a touch more versatility than the F Grind. Simple mechanics are best with this wedge.
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