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By TShedlosky

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  1. Love mine. Any news on getting them back into production?

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    Other than the LH guy that gets custom wedges from Callie, not many play a 64. Unless pros insist, the 62 will likely be it. The 62-08 can be bent to 64-10.
  3. Lou G

    Lou G
    San Diego, CA

    My wedge setup is SM6 50-08, SM7 58-08M and Callie MD3 64/8M. AP2 8 iron and RM 21 42* (vice 9 iron).
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  4. Lou G

    Lou G
    San Diego, CA

    Can't go wrong with a 64. Primary greenside bunker club for firm sand
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  5. I was wondering the same exact thing. I need to replace my old 64°
  6. I have not seen a 64 in a while, however you can bend the 62 two degrees weak and accomplish a similar objective if that makes sense.
  7. Lou G

    Lou G
    San Diego, CA

    Been using an MD3 64 since the last time Titleist made 64* was SM4.
  8. Lou G

    Lou G
    San Diego, CA

    Bending a 62-08M to 64 is fine if the intent is hit off soft lies. The one in my bag now works off a wide variety of lies but the primary use is tight lies and firm sand. I discovered a 64* wedge in 2006. Only two periods I played without a 64: 2013-2014 and 2015-2017 (the setup was PW-54-60 and 48-54-60). 58 and 64 have been coupled together otherwise. I tried a 62. It is OK BUT..... bottom line is 64 clears obstacles better. Bottom line over the years is 50-58-64 is my best wedge setup.
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  9. I've got SM7's at 50*, 56* & 62* and am trying to wean myself off a TM HiToe 64*.
    I have had 64* wedges before with varying results but this TM, with the grooves across the whole face, was great if you fan the face open...
    but it ain't a Vokey... and I can't afford to game 4 specialist wedges behind the pitching wedge so the 64 has to make way.
    I haven't had the nerve to get the 62* bent and that's a fact.
    JT
  10. Lou G

    Lou G
    San Diego, CA

    TITLEISTUSER said:

    I've got SM7's at 50*, 56* & 62* and am trying to wean myself off a TM HiToe 64*.
    I have had 64* wedges before with varying results but this TM, with the grooves across the whole face, was great if you fan the face open...
    but it ain't a Vokey... and I can't afford to game 4 specialist wedges behind the pitching wedge so the 64 has to make way.
    I haven't had the nerve to get the 62* bent and that's a fact.
    JT

    What you see in the above photo is cemented. I wouldn't bend the 62-08M to 64, personally (10 is way too much bounce for a lob wedge). 50-56-62 is a good setup. My short game has been pretty deadly with the wedge combo. Shot a 39 this AM. Oh yeah...... I putt way better with a 57 year old Acushnet Bullseye putter.
  11. Lou,
    Good grief , Where did you find a Bullseye? - I regularly scour eBay for them but never find one.
    I remember my friend had one but that was at least 35 years ago and he'd inherited it from his dad!!
    JT
  12. Mike C

    Mike C
    Dallas, TX

    Ask and you shall receive! Check out the new lomoied edition 64 on the Vokey site.
  13. Jason R

    Jason R
    Ottawa, ON

    Received an email this week from Wedgeworks that they are releasing a Limited Edition Slate Blue 64T Wedge. Looks like it is available right now.
  14. D. Coble T

    D. Coble T
    Denver, CO

    Well this one is very interesting to me..The 64T Slate Blue Limited Edition is the result of Bob Vokey and Aaron Dill's work with tour players preparing for the first major championship of 2019.

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