Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W
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Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W

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Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W

It’s early April, which explains why there’s an abundance of limited-edition golf gear to celebrate the season’s first major. What differentiates this offering from most everything else is that, while the other stuff is designed to celebrate Augusta National, the Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Editon 64W is designed to help golfers play Augusta National.

A WedgeWorks Tradition

The Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W Wedge

If you’ve kept up with WedgeWorks over the years, you know that the launch of a high-loft, low-bounce wedge is standard WedgeWorks practice ahead of the Masters. That said, it’s not every year we’re treated to this combination of high loft and low bounce.

The WedgeWorks 64W is roughly six degrees stronger than your average kitchen spatula with the same stated bounce as a T Grind.

If nothing else, it sounds like it could be a hell of a lot of fun.

About the Vokey WedgeWorks 64W

Two Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W Wedges

Even those of you well versed in Vokey grinds may not be familiar with the W Grind, given that it’s not in the retail lineup.

Described as having a medium-width sole with slight camber, you can think of the W as a less aggressive low-bounce K Grind (Vokey’s widest sole low-bounce offering). Relative to the K, the W Grind’s sole is narrower and there’s a bit less camber.

I won’t say it’s exclusively for square-face shots but I don’t think many will be fanning it open with regularity.

I mean, it’s already 64 degrees.

“This wedge is ideal for the player with quick hands who likes to see the ball elevate quickly or the fearless player who isn’t afraid to attack any pin,” says Bob Vokey. “Players that are so good at shallowing out their technique can simply allow this mid-width sole with loft to do all the work when under the pressure of elevated pin locations.”

The 64W was developed in response to TPGA OUR players looking for a low-bounce option that was fast through the turf but still had some skid-and-slide at the bottom.

“It’s a really cool option to have when the conditions call for it,” says Vokey Wedge guru Aaron Dill.

Speaking from experience, I can tell you it’s also an option for the guy unafraid of firing bladed lasers over the green towards the parking lot and uncomfortably close to Aaron Dill’s car.

Just sayin’.

In reality, the WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W is unlikely to be an everyday wedge but, for fast courses with greens or bunkers that require more loft, the 64 W Grind can prove useful.

Is a 64-degree Wedge Right for You?

The face of a Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W

Look, I’m willing to bet there’s some Shot Scope or Arccos data that suggests bagging a 64-degree wedge isn’t the best idea but I’ve had a 64 or two in the bag over the years and I’m sure as hell not going to let “data” stop me from giving the WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W a go–even if I do so with the knowledge that, for average golfers, the rewards of a 64-degree wedge are unlikely to justify the risk.

Whatever. Sometimes guys just wanna have fun.

Vokey WedgeWorks 64W Pricing and Availability

The Vokey WedgeWorks Limited Edition 64W Wedge

The stock build of the Vokey WedgeWorks 64W is available only in Jet Black Premium finish.

The stock shaft is a Dynamic Gold Black Onyx S200. The stock grip is Golf Pride’s 360 Blackout.

If the stock build isn’t your thing, feel free to choose an alternative shaft or grips from Vokey’s custom catalog.

As is the Vokey way, advanced customization and personalization are available. While I like the clean look of the wedge on its own, you can choose from Vokey’s six toe engravings.

Stamping options include 10-character Straight/Freestyle stamping, 15 characters around the toe and two lines of 10 characters each.

The Wedge Works Limited edition 64W is available beginning April 4 while supplies last.

Retail price is $275.

For more information, visit Vokey.com.

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      Josh

      1 year ago

      Less than a week after the drop, they might be gone already. Can’t seem to build or place an order for one on the site… :(

      Reply

      mackdaddy9

      1 year ago

      Wow, I always tell myself with a 58, “twice as hard as you think.”

      What would I have to think before hitting a 64* 4 times as hard as you think? .

      I would rather have a chipper than a 64* flopper!

      Reply

      Aaron

      1 year ago

      I agree – wedges have not changed much and the prices have escalated exorbitantly. I understand inflation, but this is getting nuts. Besides, at this price point, a S200 is an insult. Put in an S400 which is what most better players want anyway.

      Reply

      Paul

      1 year ago

      Aaron. I think you will find that many Tour Pros have slightly softer shafts in their wedges as they get more “Feel” from slightly softer shafts especially with the little shots around the green.

      Reply

      JP

      1 year ago

      After customization and stamping and this and that, this thing landing at $400ish is wild – not hating , if you got it, spend it! But I look forward to hunting these on the second hand market in 3 months after a lot of “buyer’s remorse” ha.

      Reply

      JW

      1 year ago

      I’ll use it until the grooves are smooth. 64 has been my go-to scoring club around the greens for a decade, or more.

      Reply

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