The Callaway Jaws Full Toe and the TaylorMade Hi-Toe Raw Big Foot wedges are two fantastic golf clubs that were both released in 2021.
As they are both full-toe wedges, their designs are very similar and over time, they will both produce rust which makes for a solid, high-performing wedge.
The TaylorMade Hi-Toe wedge has a wider sole and 15 degrees of bounce, whereas the Callaway Jaws wedge has just 10 degrees of bounce.
Both clubs are very aesthetically pleasing to look at when you take them in your hands and in terms of distance use, they are both very versatile when being used for a chip shot or a full wedge shot.
With its wider sole, the TaylorMade Hi-Toe Raw Big Foot wedge may suit players with higher handicaps because they may find it easier to hit out of the middle of the face.
When the Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge was released, the company said that it is easier to hit full shots with the club as opposed to a chip shot, which Alex proved is definitely the case.
The Callaway wedge has a comfortable feel and a buttery connection when you hit the ball, but in comparison to the TaylorMade Hi-Toe Raw Big Foot, they are similar in feel.
When Alex took both wedges into the bunker, they both produced sparkling results. With the wide sole on the TaylorMade wedge, you can thump the sand and connect well with the ball.
As you can tell by our review, there is not a lot between the Callaway Jaws Full Toe and the TaylorMade Hi-Toe Raw Big Foot wedges because they both excel in feel, design and performance.
This is where it comes down to personal preference. Their prices are very similar and it is worth going to a wedge fitting to hit a few balls before making your decision.