Club Test 2011: Titleist Vokey Design Spin-Milled Wedges C-C

Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled Wedges C-C
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The club testers praised the Vokey Spin Milled wedges as being stellar around the greens and for providing ample spin, even with today's conforming grooves.
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Golf Magazine / Golf.com

Series: Product Spotlight

From Golf Magazine (May 2011)
Category: Wedges
We tested: 52°/8°, 56°/8°, 56°/11°, 56°/14°, 60°/4°, 60°/7°, 60°/10° with True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 steel shaft

Key Technologies: Tight tolerance grooves with maximum volume help provide optimal spin. The machined clubface has a rough surface, which allows you to maintain spin on touch shots around the green.

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CLUB TEST 2011

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OUR TESTERS SAY: One of the highest-rated models in the test; tremendous playability, outstanding feel and classic look.

PROS
PLAYABILITY:
Stellar around the greens; ample spin, even with today's conforming grooves; easy to open wide for flop shots.

DISTANCE CONTROL: Excellent consistency on solidly struck shots in most situations; reliable on touch shots within 100 yards of the green.

FEEL: Provides a balanced sensation during the swing and at impact; not too firm and not too soft through the ball.
LOOK: Overall shape and grind are a big hit; matte satin finish reduces glare.

CONS
A handful of testers seek more forgiveness on full shots; shaft feels a bit stiff to a few guys.

From Golf Magazine (January 2010)
Designed in direct response to USGA and R&A rule changes, the Vokey Design Spin Milled C-C ("condition of competition") wedges feature lower-spinning grooves that conform to the new guidelines. The wedges (see "C-C" on hosel) will likely provide slightly higher trajectory on full shots and less stopping power from the rough than 2009 Vokey Spin Milled wedges. (The 2009 version is unchanged for 2010.)

$119

From The Shop Blog (September 2009)
From the address position, the new Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled C-C wedges appear virtually identical to the Spin Milled wedges that have been on the market for the past several seasons. But the new C-C models have been created to conform to the USGA's new grooves regulations. Hence the C-C, which stands for "Condition of Competition."

In 2010, Titleist plans to sell both the larger, sharper-grooved Spin Mill wedges that are currently available, as well as the new C-C version. Where the big-groove version features a red saw-blade design on the toe, the new C-C wedges have a gold saw blade and a "C-C" on the hosel.

Spin Milled C-C wedges will come with a sticker on the face that says, "This Vokey Design wedge conforms to the new 2010 USGA/R&A groove rule and can be used in events that adopt the new rule as a Condition of Competition."

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