From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, April, 2010)
We tested: 52° loft/8° bounce, 54°/8°, 54°/11°, 54°/14°, 56°/8°, 56°/11°, 56°/14°, 58°/4°, 58°/8°, 58°/12°, 60°/4°, 60°/7°, 60°/10° with True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 steel shaft\n
Company line: "These wedges come in an unmatched number of choices for loft, bounce and sole grind, plus two different groove configurations to meet every shot requirement, swing style, course condition and rules governing tournament play."
Our Testers say:
PROS: Among the best performers in the test; dependable for every short shot, these are up to the task; consistent distance control; excellent sand clubs; tops for mid-range shots; allows you to play any shot inside 75 yards; Spin Milled has great balance; beautiful, rich finish.
CONS: A number of higher handicappers find other models more forgiving; requires some ability to get the most out of them.
From Golf Magazine (Buyer's Guide, May 2009)
It's for: All skill levels
Bob Vokey, master wedge craftsman, Titleist: "I'm thrilled to bring a full line of handcrafted, Tour-inspired wedges to all golfers. During development, my team and I worked by hand (on the bench) with the sole and back of each wedge. The precise grinds that we developed on Tour will enable golfers to confidently hit what I call the 'touchy-feeling' shots."
How it works: There are many more options to choose from. Lofts are 48° to 64° degrees, with low-, mid- or full-bounce sole options. Three non-glare finishes include Tour Chrome, Black Nickel or Oil Can. Machined grooves have 30 percent more volume than regular grooves. Lastly, the CNC machined clubface is rough enough to maintain spin on those partial, "touchy-feeling" shots.