Tour pro = Stampings and paint fills
BOMB: Not that it’s exactly scintillating stuff, but for those of you who think those nifty stampings on the back of players’ irons and wedges are just pounded in there by a machine, you might find the video of Titleist’s Aaron Dill working on customizing a wedge for Brad Faxon
of interest. As you’ll see, it’s more art than science. But what we really found interesting was that the company still makes wedges for Faxon, who has missed the cut in 53 of his last 75 PGA Tour starts.
GOUGE: I think I'd ask for plain wedges. Then again, maybe you'd prefer one of these
instead. Either way, paint fill and stampings or not, you better get them quick. The clock is ticking on the year of the wedge
. Wait for more news on the ticking clock for wedges coming soon. That's right: The groove rule is about to get even more confusing. Stay tuned.