New, enhanced wedge unveiled

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 12 Sep 2021

CALLAWAY Golf Malaysia have added to its collection the latest edition of the brand’s line of clubs – the Jaws Full Toe wedge.

Unveiling the wedge, Callaway Golf Malaysia said: “This club was designed to give you control on all types of wedge shots – from chips, pitches, flops and bunker shots to full shots into the green.

“The Jaws Full Toe combines four distinct technologies that make it an absolute spin machine and it all starts with our Jaws grooves, which we believe are the most aggressive grooves in golf.

“These Jaws grooves are extended across the face to provide spin anywhere that you make contact. And to increase surface roughness of the clubface, we added offset groove-in-groove technology and then combined it with a raw face, a first for us at Callaway,” the company added.

“The wedge gives you the spin and control you need to approach any shot with confidence.

“Beyond spin, the Jaws Full Toe offers good greenside versatility. The Full Toe shape and a specialised C-Grind make bunker shots, high flop shots and short pitches and chips easy to hit.

“They also provide enhanced control on full wedge shots. The Jaws toe pad pushes the centre of gravity higher, for a design that creates a lower and more controlled trajectory.

“Our new Variable Weight Port system moves the centre of gravity away from the hosel for solid contact and enhanced feel,” said Callaway.

“The Jaws Full Toe is the ultimate spin machine that’s designed to bring out your full imagination, so you can take on any wedge shot.”

The chrome-finish Jaws wedge is available in lofts of 54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees and retailing at RM1,090 apiece.

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