Tour Customs: Wedge Stamps

1 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway; Nike; Cleveland; Titleist
Club stamping started as a means for clubmakers to avoid confusion when working on wedges for multiple players, but it's since evolved into a source of personal pride for Tour pros. From initials to movie quotes -- and everything in between -- here’s some of our favorite wedge stamps.
2 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
A Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedge crafted for former World No. 1 Yani Tseng.
3 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges made to commemorate this year’s Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Scotland.
4 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
A Cleveland 588 RTX wedge stamped for Danish golfer Søren Kjeldsen, a three-time European Tour winner.
5 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges stamped for Virginia native John Rollins, a notorious hunter, with his nickname and a camouflage design.
6 of 23 Courtesy of Nike
A Nike wedge made for Scott Brown sports his nickname.
7 of 23 Courtesy of Nike
2014 British Open and PGA Championship winner Rory McIlroy keeps his Nike wedges very simple.
8 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges made for Phil Mickelson commemorate his 2013 British Open victory. Notice the thumbs up. The wedges Phil uses in competition are not stamped.
9 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
Cleveland 588 RTX wedges made for four-time European Tour winner Mikko Ilonen.
10 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
Callaway wedges made for New Zealander Lydia Ko, a big fan of the All Blacks, New Zealand's rugby team.
11 of 23 Courtesy of Nike
Nike wedges made for Kyle Stanley carry the company motto.
12 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
The Little Walrus, Kevin Stadler, plays this 58° tour model Cleveland wedge.
13 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
Former LSU golfer Ken Looper shot 62 to Monday qualify for the Zurich Classic this year using this 60° Cleveland wedge.
14 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
A Callaway Mack Daddy 2 made for 2011 U.S. Amateur champion Kelly Kraft.
15 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
Is Keegan Bradley’s 60° Cleveland wedge a nod to his favorite baseball team (the Boston Red Sox) or his alma mater (St. John’s)?
16 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
This Cleveland 588 RTX wedge was made for Web.com Tour player Harold Varner III.
17 of 23 Courtesy of Cleveland
Seven-time European Tour winner Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano has his initials on this 54° Cleveland wedge.
18 of 23 Courtesy of Callaway
Callaway club builder Anthony Taranto built this Callaway Mack Daddy 2.
19 of 23 Courtesy of Titleist
Robert Streb plays Vokey wedges and is apparently a big fan of the movie “Superbad.”
20 of 23 Courtesy of Titleist
Titleist made these Vokey wedges for Michael Breed, host of Golf Channel’s “The Fix.”
21 of 23 Courtesy of Titleist
This wedge commemorates Bob Vokey’s 75th birthday.
22 of 23 Courtesy of Titleist
Chesson Hadley has his initials all over the back of his Vokey wedge.
23 of 23 Courtesy of Titleist
Titleist made this wedge to commemorate Victor Dubuisson’s scrambling runner-up finish in the desert at the 2014 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.