Justin Thomas is auctioning off all four of his SM8 Raw Tour Issued Custom Vokey Wedges that honoured Kobe Bryant during the Waste Management Phoenix Open last week.
Thomas, who finished third at TPC Scottsdale, stamped the Vokey wedges with various words that paid tribute to the Los Angeles Lakers star, who, along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others, died in a helicopter crash on January 26.
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I’ve partnered with @charitybuzz to auction off my @vokeywedges wedges I used during the @wmphoenixopen. The proceeds will be going to The MambaOnThree Fund, which exists to honor and support loved ones of the seven other victims involved in the tragedy that occurred on January 26, 2020. All donations to the Fund will be directed to their families. CHECK LINK IN MY BIO to donate!
All proceeds will be going to The MambaOnThree Fund, which exists to honour and support the loved ones of the victims involved in the tragedy. The auction is now underway, with the bidding already reaching $8,000 at the time of this report. It will run until February 19.
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Model: SM8 Raw Tour Issued Custom Vokey
Lofts: 47.5, 52.5, 57. 60.5
The wedges feature four different stampings: "81 points" for the number of Bryant scored against the Toronto Raptors in 2006; “Mamba Mentality,” a nod to Bryant’s approach to basketball; "Black Mamba" for his nickname; and his full name, “Kobe Bean Bryant.”