When & why: wedges
When do you pull out your high-lofted wedge? Why are you pulling it out? We’re diving deep into these questions, so read on to get the answers you need.
Last week we looked at finding the right golf ball to take advantage of the greens at this time of year. This week, we’re looking at how you’re going to land and stop your ball where you want to.
You’ll never have to think about playing it safe again.
The old adage holds true that your scores are really decided around the greens. We’ve all heard about how putting is the decisive factor in any round, but if you’re hitting good, aggressive wedge shots then those putts get a lot shorter and easier. That can only be a good thing.
The idea behind Callaway's JAWS MD5 Full-Toe wedges is to help you play those aggressive chip shots with as much precision as possible; the offset groove-in-groove technology delivering absolutely maximum spin and the full-face design maintaining that spin-inducing contact for longer. You’ll never have to think about playing it safe again.
But, as we keep saying, rainy weather means soft greens that we can really get at with our wedges… if we can control the spin. The all-new raw face from Callaway does an outstanding job of keeping that spin control in wet weather, with C-Grind shaping ensuring you get the most of this with your high flops and bunker shots.
Having performance like this at your fingertips inspires you to go for the shots you’ve always wanted to from around the greens because you know that you can actually execute them. You can’t put a price on playing like that.