SM7 Slate Blue Wedge w/ Nippon Modus 125 Shaft
For years, Master Craftsman Bob Vokey has stressed the importance of players having confidence in their wedge at address.
"A player has to love their wedge when they look down at it."
The rich slate finish with a tint of blue provides a premium non-glare finish, with the durability of a traditional chrome wedge.
THE FULL LINEUP
SM7 Slate Blue is available in all 23 loft, bounce, and grind options (both RH and LH), while supplies last
PROGRESSIVE CENTER OF GRAVITY
The center of gravity (CG) can vary slightly between different lofted wedges, based on the bounce and sole grind of the wedge. Vokey Design SM7 wedges feature a progressive center of gravity, optimized for each loft, bounce and grind for improved distance control, tighter shot dispersion and exceptional feel throughout the wedge set.
SPIN MILLED GROOVES
Vokey's Spin Milled process is unique to each finish and loft for the sharpest, most consistent groove edges. Vokey Design SM7 wedges feature a Parallel Face Texture for more consistent groove edges, tighter quality tolerances, and maximum spin. SM7 wedges also feature a distinct groove design between lofts: low lofts (46°-54°) are designed with narrower, deeper grooves, while higher lofts (56°-62°) have wider grooves. The result is superior spin and control on all wedge shots.
F Grind: Full sole designed primarily for full swings and shots hit with a square face. For that reason, F is the only grind available in the 46-52 degree models. The 54 degree/56 degree F Grind is the most played sand wedge on the PGA Tour.
S Grind: Designed 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.
M Grind: Voke'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.
D Grind: The player's high bounce wedge, the new D Grind offers high measured bounce with the crescent shape of the M Grind for shot making versatility.