Swapping out AP2 PW for a Vokey

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By Hotsauce

  • 7 Replies
  1. Hotsauce

    Georgetown MA

    Hey TT, I've got some pro shop credit to burn and want to swap out my AP2 PW for a Vokey 46* or 48*. I don't dislike the P wedge, but feel a vokey is more versatile and will inspire confidence since I love hitting wedges. Has anyone on here made the switch?

  2. I've switched from the 718 AP2 PW to the Vokey SM7 46-10 F. I was happy with the decision as I'm able to alter the trajectory better with the Vokey vs the AP2 PW. The SM7 does lose a bit more distance on mishits, but nothing that puts you in a bad spot.
  3. A lot of golfers do this seems like it's mostly the better players who want a more consistent shot.

    I do agree it's definitely more versatile compared to the stock pitching wedges.

    Love a vokey! went back to my sm4 & 5 after using engage wedges for a long while I can't believe the difference they make.
  4. Yes, switching to a vokey PW is a great idea! The only issue that I have ran into with runnng this wedge setup is that you may have or may not have a large gap between your PW and 9i. I personally carry my PW 120 and 9i 140 so the 130 yd gap always can be a bit tricky to try to execute just right.
  5. Edward K

    Edward K
    Wesley Chapel, FL

    I pulled out the PW from my AP2 set, replaced with a Vokey. Actually my Titleist fitter was against the move but I like it. I like it better for 3/4 shots, as I can hit a lower trajectory from 120-130. It's a judgement call, to be honest, as I think both have advantages. I understand my fitters philosophy, maybe I'm just stubborn.....
  6. Thomas Y

    Thomas Y
    Wenham, MA

    I actually went in the other direction with my 716 AP2s. I had a Vokey 50*, 12* bounce that was very useful on a prior course where I worked (long bunker shots!). At the facility where I presently work, I found the bounce was not useful around the greens (too much bounce, thumping the sole before catching the ball when chipping/pitching), so I purchased a set matching (and same shaft/lie angle) W/gap wedge. I'm very happy with the play characteristics of this club!
  7. Darron K

    Darron K
    Fate, TX

    Me personally rather keep my AP2 set PW as it's much better for full and three quarter shots on most any lie and I get the same feel as all the other clubs in the set. I also have a 50° F, 54° S & 58° M Vokey. 50° is for 85-100 yards. 54° is for 70-85 yards. 58° is for anything inside 70 yards. I almost got the set GW but it threw my distance gap off.
  8. Deno

    Hawthorne, NJ

    I agree with Darron. I also kept my AP2 pw in the bag and I don't regret it. I have Vokey wedges (52,54) but my pw is a warhorse.

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