Callaway launch new JAWS Full Toe Wedge designed as ULTIMATE spin machine

JAWS Full Toe is designed to give you control on all types of wedge shots from chips, pitches, flops, bunker shots and full shots into the green.

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Tue, 10 Aug 2021

Callaway launch new JAWS Full Toe Wedge designed as ULTIMATE spin machine

Callaway have launched the brand new JAWS Full Toe Wedge, the ultimate spin machine that is designed to give you full control over every shot. 

The Jaws Full Toe combines four distinct technologies that make it an absolute spin machine. It all starts with the JAWS grooves, the most aggressive groove in golf.

These JAWS grooves are extended across the face to provide spin anywhere that you make contact. To increase the surface roughness of the clubface, Callaway have added offset groove-in-groove technology and then combined it with a raw face.

Beyond spin, Jaws Full Toe offers unmatched 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, from any lie you face on the course.

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They also provide enhanced control on full wedge shots. The JAWS toe pad pushes the CG higher, for a design that creates a lower, more controlled trajectory.

The new Variable Weight Port System moves the CG away from the hosel for solid contact and enhanced feel. And they come stocked with a premium Lamkin UTX grip, True Temper's newest Dynamic Gold Spinner shaft in steel or a Project X Catalyst wedge shaft in graphite.

The Full Toe shape provides more face area with an enhanced toe peak. The shaping works with the specialised C-Grind to make short shots around the green easy to hit, especially bunker shots and high flops.

The Full Toe pushes the CG higher for a design that creates a lower, more controlled trajectory. Our Variable Weight Port System helps us locate the CG away from the heel, for solid contact and enhanced feel.

This new Callaway wedge has an RRP of £139.00 and is available in 54 to 64 degrees.

 

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