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I am going to be buying a new wedge soon and was curious what the difference is between the Cleveland cg 15s and the vokeys. Do they perform differently or is it just preference?
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man how many of these threads pop up every week?

they're both great wedges. i prefer the CG15's, a lot of people will prefer the Vokeys. CG15 is forged, Vokeys are not. They both have grooves and there are some small differences in shape which is all personal preference.
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Vokey offers seven different sole grinds. The Spin-Milled family offers 17 different loft and bounce combinations. So, 17 x 7... you do the math on the variety they have. People have let me hit Vokeys a few times, but I just never warmed up to them. I admire the Vokey engineering and variety, but just not for me.

Check out Vokeyland: http://www.vokey.com/wedges/default.aspx


CG15 three finishes: Black Pearl, Satin and Oil Quench. Black Pearl finish offers most variety, 22 wedges which mix lofts and low, mid and high bound. Satin and regular OQ offer less variety.

Also, its offers a Dynamic Sole Grind (DSG) Oil Q finish. This variant offers just eight low-bounce wedges, 52-56 in 8* bounce and 58 on up with 6* bounce.

Check out their website for the full menu: http://www.clevelandgolf.com/US_wedges.html

Both V and CG will perform well, if you pick wedge variants which match your game. And, it's a matter of personal preference, especially for a player of your skill level.
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Both great wedges. The main reason I choose the vokeys was because they looked better. Plus once you get used to the feel of a vokey, you start to like it more, just my opinion
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It's all preference and really just what you want in the end. I recommend you go to a store and see how they look at address and see how they feel taking a few half swings.

CG's- good feel, laser milled grooves wear down quickly and will look odd IMHO..

Vokeys- good feel (great :) to me), nice shape, good options with bounce and loft
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Why don't you just read some other threads on the very same subject ....... I think this comes along every 2 days !!!!!!!
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Uh the laser milling doesnt wear off, just the paint thats there.
Both great wedges
CGs feel a bit heavier to me and a different shape
i prefer the vokey shape
but i ended up going with RAC wedges instead and i dont regret it for a second
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total preference thing.

ive had both, and i prefer the vokeys.

they are priced nearly the same, weight is pretty close, spin is great with both, but they look different.

vokey has way more options if you want to get a specific fit for you.
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  • 1 year later...
Originally Posted by Gerald

Why don't you just read some other threads on the very same subject ....... I think this comes along every 2 days !!!!!!!

If it comes up ever couple days how come no one has noticed this????????????????   If you got a nose in the air of superiority then don't bother answering

HELLOOOOOOOOOOO January 2010!

Do a search on USGA web site equipment tab

Cleveland 588 wedges = most non conforming to groove rules
Titelist Volkey = many conforming to groove rules

90 + % of the clubs have been rendered" illegal" by these idots. Yes I know for lesser than competative events....

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