Dan Box
By Dan Box

Titleist's Vokey wedges have been the most-played on Tour since 2004, and have long set the standard when it comes to performance and versatility through their extensive bounce and grind options.

Titleist Vokey SM10 Wedges

After another successful year in 2023, which saw Vokey Wedges used to win two men's major championships, 2024 sees the introduction of the last generation - the Vokey SM10.

The wedges are undergoing their 'Tour Seeding' process and will be used this week's Sentry Tournament of Champions in Kapalua.

They are part of a continous development process which includes Master Craftsman Bob Vokey, Director of Player Relations Aaron Dill, and Titleist staff players on the professional tours.

“Bob and Aaron have been incredible. I mean, they have been so much fun to work with. Great guys – guys that know so much about what they're doing and they're so passionate about what they’re doing. Very few people are as passionate about their jobs as Voke and Aaron."

"They'll stay out of the way and just kind of watch. And then if you want to bring them in, they already know what you’re going to ask and they know what the response is. And then, here and there, they’ll ask for feedback, just to find out what kind of improvements they can make.”

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