Vokey WedgeWorks Launches 2024 Low Bounce K Grind

New 58.06K and 60.06K models available immediately with custom options

Vokey Design SM10 WedgeWorks Low Bounce K
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Vokey Design SM10 WedgeWorks Low Bounce K

CARLSBAD, Calif. (April 16, 2024) – Following the introduction of the new Vokey Design SM10 line, the new WedgeWorks Low Bounce K Grind, a tour-proven, versatile lob wedge, is now available on Vokey.com in 58-degree and 60-degree lofts and a Raw finish.

The Low Bounce K, born out of Master Craftsman Bob Vokey and longtime Vokey tour representative Aaron Dill’s collaboration with players on the PGA TOUR and across the worldwide professional tours, features 6 degrees of bounce. This gives players the versatility required to open the face and hit higher, softer shots off tight lies around the green while offering forgiveness out of the bunker due to the grind’s sole width.

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Vokey Design SM10 WedgeWorks Low Bounce K
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Vokey Design SM10 WedgeWorks Low Bounce K
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The pool of tour input runs deep, as Vokey Design models account for more than half of all gap, sand and lob wedges played on the PGA TOUR. Vokey and Dill take that extensive feedback to consistently deliver new, tour-validated designs.


“Several players preferred the K grind sole but were seeking a lower bounce version,” said Vokey. “As a result, we crafted a sole with 6 degrees of effective bounce, while maintaining the wide camber that makes the K design so effective for a wide variety of players. As soon as we brought it out on tour, it was immediately accepted and in the bags of multiple players as soon as they had a chance to test it.”


The Low Bounce K is played by tour professionals across the world, including Danielle Kang, Robert MacIntyre, and Bud Cauley.


“The K grind lives in the bags of some of the world’s best,” said Dill. “It has always been known as the ultimate bunker club. However, when you ask players on tour why they play the K grind, they will tell you not only do they love the performance in the bunkers, but they love the way the leading edge hugs the ground when pitching and chipping.”

Vokey Design SM10 WedgeWorks Low Bounce K
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Vokey Design SM10 WedgeWorks Low Bounce K
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  • High and forward center of gravity progression – The CG is moved up and forward for SM10 lofts 54-62 degrees, which provides lower trajectory and a squarer face at impact. The higher CG provides lower trajectory with more spin and greenside control, and moving the CG forward enables the face to square more easily at impact, resulting in a tighter dispersion.
  • Patented spin milled process for maximum spin – Every SM10 groove is cut to the edge to maximize spin. Each Vokey wedge is 100% inspected for utmost quality and performance.


Vokey Design SM10 wedges feature a modern, clean look, which provides a canvas for customization. The WedgeWorks custom options include:

  • Eight unique toe engravings
  • Stamping options | 10-character Straight/Freestyle stamping; 15 characters around the toe; and two lines of 10 characters each
  • Custom paint-filled | Loft and Grind markings and BV Wings logo
  • SM10 wedges can also be custom ordered with an industry-leading selection of shafts, grips, shaft bands and ferrules. For a complete list of options, visit www.Vokey.com



Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 | Grip: Titleist Universal 360



Lofts: 58° and 60° in RH/LH | Finishes: Raw (RH/LH) | Bounce:



WedgeWorks Low Bounce K is available through golf shops worldwide and Vokey.com beginning April 16th, 2024 | MAP $225



Who is it for? The Low Bounce K is ideal for the player with a shallow attack angle playing on firm conditions who would also benefit from the wider sole out of deep soft bunkers. 


What is the difference between the WW Low Bounce K and the SM10 K Grind? Both grinds feature a wide, high-cambered sole and are great out of the bunker. The SM10 K Grind has 14 degrees of bounce and is better suited for steep swings and soft conditions, while the WW Low Bounce K has 6 degrees of bounce and is better suited for shallow swings and firm and fast conditions.


What is the difference between the WW Low Bounce K and the SM10 T Grind? Both are low bounce wedges and require precise delivery, but the WW Low Bounce K features a wide, high-cambered full sole. The SM10 T Grind has a narrow sole, with heel, toe, and trailing edge relief. Players looking for the ultimate bunker club in a lower bounce option may prefer the WW Low Bounce K Grind.

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