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Titleist SM7 Tour Chrome Wedges

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Titleist SM7 Tour Chrome Wedges

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  • Right
    Right
  • Left
    Left
Loft: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • 46.0
    46.0
  • 48.0
    48.0
  • 50.0
    50.0
  • 52.0
    52.0
  • 54.0
    54.0
  • 56.0
    56.0
  • 58.0
    58.0
  • 60.0
    60.0
  • 62.0
    62.0
Bounce: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • 4.0
    4.0
  • 8.0
    8.0
  • 10.0
    10.0
  • 12.0
    12.0
  • 14.0
    14.0
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  • D Grind
    D Grind
  • F Grind
    F Grind
  • K Grind
    K Grind
  • L Grind
    L Grind
  • M Grind
    M Grind
  • S Grind
    S Grind
Shaft: TT Dynamic Gold Steel The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • TT Dynamic Gold Steel
    TT Dynamic Gold Steel
Flex: Wedge The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • Wedge
    Wedge
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Description

Specs

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Q & A

Overview

  • Titleist SM7 wedges take the previous model's performance to another level for 2018.
  • The progressive center of gravity has been even better aligned with the impact point based on loft to create better feel and control.
  • Six sole grinds are designed to fit every type of swing, turf condition, and shot-making style.
  • The all-new D Grind is called the "player's high bounce" design, combining the shape of the M with more effective bounce.
  • Every groove on every wedge is closely inspected to meet Titleist's strict tolerances.
  • SM7 wedges are ideal for every golfer thanks to 23 combinations of loft, grind, and bounce to fit every type of swing and course condition.

Features

  • Six Tour-proven sole grinds
  • New D Grind combines the shape of the M with the bounce of a K for great shot making
  • Progressive center of gravity has been moved higher in high lofts and lower in low lofts
  • 100% inspected spin milled wedges are cut to even tighter tolerances, resulting in 100 rpm more spin
  • Proprietary heat treatment results in longer-lasting spin throughout the life of the wedge
  • 23 combinations of loft, bounce, and grind for the most complete selection available
Sole grind close up

Six Tour-Proven Sole Grinds

Bounce and sole grinds allow golfers to be fit into the best performance for their swing type and course conditions. SM7 wedges have six options, including the new D Grind.

The F Grind is an all-purpose grind with a traditional full sole, designed to be used primarily on full swings and square face shots.

The S Grind is designed for stability on full shots, best used for square-faced shots with a touch more versatility, based on feedback from Tour pro Steve Stricker.

The M Grind, Bob Vokey's favorite, is made for players who like to rotate the face open and shut for serious versatility around the greens.

The D Grind is the "player's high bounce wedge". It features the same crescent shape of the M with a higher effective bounce for golfers with a steep angle of attack.

The K Grind is the highest bounce grind in the lineup, designed to be the most forgiving for play out of bunkers.

The L Grind has a narrow crescent shape for maximum versatility around the greens, but it's also the least forgiving.

Wedge club face close up

Progressive Center Of Gravity

This concept, pioneered by Titleist and Vokey, aligns the center of gravity with the impact position specific to each loft for precise distance and trajectory control. In SM7, these locations are even higher in the higher lofts and lower in the lower lofts for more consistent performance and noticeably better feel.

Spin milled grooves close up

100% Inspected Spin Milled Grooves

Every groove on every wedge is inspected at Titleist's facility. This guarantees each wedge is made to their strict tolerances. Grooves are cut even sharper providing SM7 with 100 more rpm. Each wedge is also specially heat treated to provide longer-lasting spin for the life of the club.

Wedge close up

23 Loft/Bounce/Grind Combinations

The Vokey SM7 offers golf's most complete selection of lofts, bounces, and sole grinds when it comes to wedges. A total of 23 different combinations ensures every golfer can find wedges fit for them.

Vokey SM7 Wedge Sole Grind Guide
Grind Description Swing Type Turf Conditions
L Grind Enhanced heel, toe and trailing edge for maximum versatility Shallow/Sweeper Firm
M Grind Heel, toe and trailing edge grind for versatility around greens Shallow/Sweeper | Neutral Firm | Medium
S Grind Trailing edge and heel grind for stability on full shots

Neutral | Steep/Digger

Medium | Soft
F Grind Traditional full sole with medium to high bounce, an all-purpose grind Shallow/Sweeper | Neutral | Steep/Digger Firm | Medium | Soft
K Grind Wide sole ideal for bunker play, camber enhanced for green-side versatility Neutral | Steep/Digger Medium | Soft
D Grind Crescent shape like the M with higher effective bounce Steep/Digger Medium | Soft

Specs

  • Swing Weight: D3-D5, depending on loft
  • Gender: Men's
  • Top Rated: 4.9
  • Type: Wedges
  • Length: 48° Loft = 35.75" Length | 50°-52° Lofts = 35.5" Length | 54°-56° Lofts = 35.25" Length | 58°-62° Lofts = 35" Length
Titleist SM7 Tour Chrome Wedges is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More Versatile than S Grind Lost my SM6 K grind on the course. I've used this SM7 D grind for 10 or 12 rounds. Definitely able to lay the face open or close the toe for different shots. Normal chipping motion w/face opens creates a nice higher trajectory and closing down keeps it low. Easy as that, haven't noticed any less forgiveness. Checks up nicely with good, ball first contact and acceleration. Also, works if you want to get fancy with open face and a hip pocket follow through for super soft landing. Good on full shots too. No complaints. The SM6 was good, but this ones great!
Date published: 2018-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Titliest Wedges Never disappointed with Titleist wedges, have 48, 52, and 58 degree Vokey wedges, I'll never use another
Date published: 2018-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Volley SM-7 58/8 Just the right lob edge for me. Great service tgw.
Date published: 2018-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Wedges As Always Great wedges... Vokey has always been a quality club. You can’t go wrong.
Date published: 2018-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made, good finish, gives spin I bought 46, 50, 54, 58 deg. Wedges SM7. All good. Replaced my AP2 wedge with the 46. 58 has 12 deg bounce, good for wet sand or fairway, or rough. Not for dry sand. I like the weight of all. Will have to drop one, since gives me 15 clubs in the bag. Excellent clubs. Use the titleist website for recommending selection.
Date published: 2018-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome in every sense of the word These wedges are prestine and I will not buy my golf equipment anywhere else than TGE!
Date published: 2018-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lob Wedge I recently bought the Titleist SM7 with a 58 loft and its a handy addition to my bag. It is a versatile wedge that is more forgiving in delivering consistent trajectory no matter where the ball hits on the face.
Date published: 2018-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Game Changer This wedge has literally improved my handicap by 4 alone. The descriptions of each grind make it clear as to which wedge suits your game (my shot is very steep and I used to hit my old Taylor Made RAC wedge fat on most shots that weren't a full swing). I've been better around the green and they 60 degree better bridged the distance gap between my 56 degree. It's amazing the difference that good wedges make to your game! I'm a believer now!
Date published: 2018-07-23
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That is the difference in 'flex' between the S7 and the S7X? I want a 'stiff' shaft, but not an 'extra stiff' shaft. Thank you.

Asked by: JAD Jr
This club has the wedge flex which is considered a Stiff flex.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-09-20

what are the differences in grinds? What is best for an A-, B+ wedge player? I usually have good spin on wedges and enjoy the various lofts. I'll probably get a 50, 54 & 58 degree wedge. Thank you.

Asked by: JAD Jr
Below is a description of each of the grinds for this wedge. The F Grind is an all-purpose grind with a traditional full sole, designed to be used primarily on full swings and square face shots. The S Grind is designed for stability on full shots, best used for square-faced shots with a touch more versatility, based on feedback from Tour pro Steve Stricker. The M Grind, Bob Vokey's favorite, is made for players who like to rotate the face open and shut for serious versatility around the greens. The D Grind is the "player's high bounce wedge". It features the same crescent shape of the M with a higher effective bounce for golfers with a steep angle of attack. The K Grind is the highest bounce grind in the lineup, designed to be the most forgiving for play out of bunkers. The L Grind has a narrow crescent shape for maximum versatility around the greens, but it's also the least forgiving.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-09-10

Can you get Titleist wedges in 37 inch length?

Asked by: DavidLititz
You can customize these wedges and add up to 2 inches to the length, by clicking the "enter custom specs" tab above the image of the wedge.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-08-14

What is the differences of the grinds

Asked by: Rosie42
The F Grind is an all-purpose grind with a traditional full sole, designed to be used primarily on full swings and square face shots. The S Grind is designed for stability on full shots, best used for square-faced shots with a touch more versatility, based on feedback from Tour pro Steve Stricker. The M Grind, Bob Vokey's favorite, is made for players who like to rotate the face open and shut for serious versatility around the greens. The D Grind is the "player's high bounce wedge". It features the same crescent shape of the M with a higher effective bounce for golfers with a steep angle of attack. The K Grind is the highest bounce grind in the lineup, designed to be the most forgiving for play out of bunkers. The L Grind has a narrow crescent shape for maximum versatility around the greens, but it's also the least forgiving.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-07-24

Can you guys do a custom order? 

Asked by: Joey33S
You may customize these wedges by clicking the "enter custom specs" tab, which is located just above the image of the wedges on the product page.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-07-19

How do I determine what bounce and grind to get with the wedges ?

Asked by: Danny ray
You can find a chart directly for all the grinds listed directly on the product page, below in the description. Bounce angle is the angle inscribed by the leading edge of a golfing iron (particularly a wedge), the sole of the club, and the ground. In practical terms, lower bounce wedges are advised for thin grass and tight lies, whereas those with more bounce are generally employed in deep rough or sand.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-06-25

What degree is the 762 dci pitching wedge and what gap wedge and sand wedge do I need to go with the pitching wedge ?

Asked by: Danny ray
According to Titleist the DCI 762 irons Pitching wedge has a 46 degree loft. The SM7 wedges are available in a 46 degree loft.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-06-25

Could someone simply define BOUNCE please?

Asked by: SBW68
The bounce angle is the angle between the ground and the leading edge of the club when the sole is rested on the ground. If you have a steeper angle of attack and take large divots, you'll want more bounce to prevent the club from digging into the ground. If you have a shallow angle of attack and take little to no divot, you'll want less bounce to help get the leading edge of the club under the ball and improve launch.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-06-06
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