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By Jeffery M

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  1. I know it's a personal preference but I got 3 new Vokey wedges 2 months ago and debating whether to get them stamped or not? They look so beautiful just the way they are but am worried because stamping leaves a little indentation around the edges. Has anyone had theirs stamped and did you like the way they came out? Thanks!!

  2. Dino J

    Dino J
    Burnaby, BC

    Hi Jeffery, ... I own three SM5 wedges. They were all fitted and custom ordered through Titleist/Vokey. I decided to take advantage of the customized options and had my wedges stamped. I understand what you are thinking regarding the "edges" around the stamping, but I am totally happy with mine. Plus, the level of customization is pretty cool too and has received some compliments. I would definitely do it again for a future set of wedges!
  3. Thanks a lot Dino. Now the tough part is what I want stamped on them.
  4. Wade W

    Wade W
    Roanoke, VA

    Lots of stamped Vokeys here. Not sure what you mean by indentations, but you won't see anything in the playing position.

    Highly recommend!

    WW
  5. Chris B

    Chris B
    Monroe, LA

    be creative.....

    ....I purchased a couple wedges through my Pro and was chicken with the stamping....regretting that decision...
  6. James H

    James H
    Essex, 0

    Hi
    I had mine stamped with the kids names. I was told there was a 4 letter limit with this style but have seen other with more than that
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  7. Jeffery
    I love my Vokey wedges and they play a huge part in my game. I have mine stamped with my nickname. Waiting for my 1/8 stamps to do the same to my Vokey divot tool.
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  8. Richard A

    Richard A
    St Neots, Cambs

    I've just ordered a set of three SM7's and was thinking of having them stamped with my initials. I've been told that it cost's about £17 per club, £20 a club for snowflake design thats another £51 to £60 on top of approx £390 (ouch). Surley there's a deal to be made especially as the snowflake design has about a dozen initial stamps on one wedge.
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