Wedge stampings are the cherries on top of the exquisite plates of golf equipment. It’s visually pleasing, and it’ll certainly receive a seal of approval from all types of golfers.
Here are some of the RSM Classic wedges taken a few weeks back, let’s
see what the pros have preferred to play with and show off at Sea Island.
You may not know Anthony Cordes, but you’re positive you’re going to give him a passionate favor on your roster of players after seeing this Wedding Crashers-inspired wedge.
Bo Van Pelt is a pretty decent guy. This typically happens when the word is “Bo”—the nomenclature brings with it a certain je ne sais quoi. If you have the initials that sound fantastic—BVP—you don’t need to introduce any extra elements to the formula.
Let’s just claim that Brendan Steele admires the royalty of antiquity.
Anastissia and Victoria may be Brendan’s daughters with a sweet pink dot stamping.
Find out David Hearn 2011 TaylorMade TP MC irons on the lead tape and stamping on his SM4 (!) wedges. The Canadian already asks what he’s searching for!
Similar to the definition in the Bo Van Pelt section: “Hank” is a fairly nice word.
Whether that’s what you’re thinking about stamping your wedge and numbering the day.
Jhonattan Vegas’ Mizuno irons still show neat “JV” stamping, and he
applied the treatment to his concept of Artisan wedges, which are visible below.
Lucas Glover’s Mizuno front is stamped with his initials on his JPX 919 irons, but his 52-degree wedge contains a loft that is twisted to (54 degrees)—a classic stamping.
Michael Gligic was the only “MG” in the RSM Classic area, so we’re assuming these are his wedges. They could however be stamped with someone with a real affinity to the model.