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What version Vokey Wedges do I have?

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pats87    2
Can anyone tell me what version Vokey wedges I have? They are oil can finish with the "Spin Milled" writing and logo in white. I know I bought them new in 2008 but can't find what version they are after searching online. Any way of telling the different versions apart (obviously not including the SM4s as it says it on them). I am looking at 2nd hand pitching wedges and was hoping to get the same version Vokey as my other wedges. Thanks.

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jamo    701
If the little saw logo is red, they're just the plain Vokey Spin Milled wedges, and don't conform to the new grooves regulations (which does't matter to you, as a amateur).

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