What does S grind stand for?
The S Grind is geared towards golfers that will strike wedge shots with a square club face. It’s built for those who aren’t manipulating the face or angle of attack too much. Perfect for pretty much all turf conditions. The S Grind is available in 54, 56, 58, and 60 degree options – all with 10 degrees of bounce.
Is the Vokey s grind good for bunkers?
“We’ll also try the S-grind which is one of our popular grinds. It’s a really good all-round club and will work well from the bunker. Particularly when it’s on the firm side.
Is Vokey M grind good for sand?
Vokey offers many wedge grind options for different situations. For instance, the L grind is ideal for firm conditions and sweeper swing styles, the M grind offers the most playability, and for some players, the best Vokey grind for sand is the K grind, with the highest bounce.
What is M grind on Vokey wedge?
About the Vokey WedgeWorks M Grind The M Grind remains a medium-bounce wedge that offers heel, toe and trailing edge relief. It’s your textbook versatile grind for shallow attack angles and firm or sandy conditions.
What’s the difference between S grind and C Grind?
The C Grind has less bounce so suited to firmer course conditions and there’s increased relief on the heel making it easier to play shots with the face open. The S Grind has a medium width sole with slight camber at the back and moderate heel relief to keep the leading edge low through impact.
What bounce is best for bunker shots?
Bounce angles of 10 – 13 degrees are preferable. Why? Added bounce makes it easier to play without digging too deeply into the turf.
What wedge Do pros use in bunker?
For the traditional-length bunker shot, use your 56-degree sand wedge, open the face slightly, and imagine the sand flying deeper onto the green than the above short-range shot. The farther the sand flies, the more acceleration you’ll need to incorporate through impact.
What is the difference between F grind and S grind?
S grind is designed for players who prefer playing shots with a square face position. Suited to swing type: Neutral, Steep/Digger. Suited to: Medium – Soft turf/conditions. A full sole, with moderate amounts of sole camber and radius makes the F very versatile.
Which is better the s grind or the m grind?
The S grind is listed with the same effective bounce of 10°, but with a straighter edge from the toe and less heel relief, it actually had a lower trajectory than the M grind. With my low bounce past I was erring towards that, but Bob’s ears had recommended the 14° F grind with the fullest trailing edge.
What’s the difference between SM4 and SM5 grind wedges?
The SM5 K Grind wedges are a little different than the WedgeWorks models, however, with slightly wider soles that have a little more bounce than the TVD-K’s. Another crucial change in the SM5’s is the introduction of the TX3 grooves, which have a 7 percent larger volume than the grooves in the SM4 wedges.
What kind of finish does the Vokey SM5 grind have?
I really like the Gold Nickel finish on the Vokey SM5, so picked it for the four grinds available on the 58° model.
How much bounce does the L grind have?
The L grind has only 4° of bounce and has a lot of heel, toe and sole relief, so I would have thought that for full shots off firm lies it would have been great, but it had so little bounce that it just burrowed into the ground behind the ball too much.