Jordan Spieth won the Valspar Championship
thanks in large part to his sparkling short game – before he drained a 28-foot putt to clinch the victory in sudden death, he made several clutch saves with his wedges. Spieth has played Vokey wedges from Titleist throughout his young pro career, and is currently gaming four Vokey SM5 models.
The SM5 wedges were introduced in 2014 with a suggested retail price of $145 per club. The fifth generation of master clubmaker Bob Vokey's Spin Milled wedge, they feature deeper grooves and the industry's most extensive range of bounce and grind options. The new TX3 grooves have seven percent larger volume to improve and increase spin, and the machined texture of the faces enhances trajectory and distance control.
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