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Titleist Vokey Special Grind V-P

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Does anyone know the difference between the V & P models of the special grind models? I was look at a p grind 60°.
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I checked on ebay and there are several Vokey wedges with special grind, one of them said they were a special design for Phil Mickelson
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It's possible when Phil was with callaway they could have made him a special wedge these seem like 3 different models that only come in 60° lofts.

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Does anyone know the difference between the V & P models of the special grind models? I was look at a p grind 60°.

mlb12,

The V grind plays very low bounce on all conditions. Great grind for desert golf where you're playing in hard, fast conditions with a lot of tight lies. It's also a great grind for people who like to open their wedges up around the greens since the heel and toe relief allow the leading edge to sit low to the ground when open. However, this grind is prone to digging. The P grind is great for conditions which vary from very firm to very soft. It's very popular on tour because they often face very tight lies on one shot and very deep rough or soft sand on the next. The channel cut in the sole allows it to play with very low bounce when the club is square but if the wedge is opened, it can play with quite a bit of bounce. Great for tight fairways and deep rough. The P is the grind on the higher lofted X Tour wedges with the PM grind. The new X Forged wedges that are about to come out will feature a different grind more similar to Titleist's M.
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Thanks Gas_Can,

That was the type of info i was looking for the P would be more for me i just have to decide if I'm going to drop the 3I and go 52°,56° grind in 60°

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