Check out Justin Thomas’ Masters inspired wedges

Justin Thomas Wedges

Justin Thomas enters into Augusta this week with hopes of claiming a second major championship title with the freshest grooves on the property.

Thomas tasked Vokey PGA Tour rep and heir apparent to Bob Vokey, Aaron Dill, with creating these Masters-inspired works of art.

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Thomas will have four new Vokey wedges in the bag this week.

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Each wedge has been stamped with the Bob Vokey’s signature and Thomas’s name to go along with the other unique, Master’s themed stampings. 

On his pitching wedge (or P-DUB) is Thomas’ nickname Radar, the 57˚ has Thomas’s jacket size (which might be needed come Sunday evening), while the 52.5˚shows Thomas’ love for the famed Masters Pimento Cheese sandwich and the meaning of the ‘Brooks Koepka’s M$ney’ stamping on the 60.5˚ is up for debate.

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Now Thomas’s wedges won’t be the last pieces of custom-built Masters gear we see this week but they will take some beating. 

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