For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 18 new wedges to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Titleist Vokey Design SM8 wedge. You can find the full list of wedges and test results here.
Titleist Vokey Design SM8
50˚, 52˚, 54˚, 56˚, 58˚, 60
Our take: Spin-milled wedges by Bob Vokey get better with each new iteration, proving that the wedge is not only the most versatile club in the bag but the most important. Our testers spoke boldly of the SM8, stating, “These wedges have some serious sauce. The low-bounce models are amazing, and nary is there a wedge that cuts through the turf as well as the SM8s do.” High praise again for Vokey. We expected nothing less.
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Titleist Vokey SM8 Tour Chrome Wedge
The details: Tungsten weighting in the toe and variable hosel lengths place the CG out in front of the clubface, resulting in an increased MOI, improved balance and unique, resounding feel. The SM8 also comes with spin-milled grooves for better spin and is available in four finishes and six sole grinds (depending on loft) for different player types and varying turf and sand conditions. “Not only are these great wedges with a ton of Tour pedigree, the glut of loft/bounce and grind options makes you feel like a kid in a candy shop,” raved one tester. “How do you choose just one — or four?”
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