Callaway Jaws Full Toe Wedge Review: Aggressive grooves for serious spin

The grooves on the Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge are aggressive, and as the club face rusts the spin will only get more extreme.

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Matt Chivers
Wed, 11 Aug 2021
Callaway Jaws Full Toe Wedge Review! Have you ever seen so much spin?

Need To Know

Very versatile; aggressive grooves produce a lot of spin
Very expensive
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PRICE: £159.00 YEAR: from 2021

The Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge is very versatile, and it's this aspect that sets it apart from previous wedges from the brand.

The Raw Face on this new wedge will rust over time and this helps to produce a lot of spin. Callaway have produced a wedge with an extremely aggressive face which helps you spin the ball and make it stop from any distance from the green.

This wedge is also versatile in the range of degree that it has been released in, meaning you can use it for simple, short chips and longer shots into the green.

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The Jaws Full Toe wedge is very fun to play with. It provides a lot of feel and control which instil confidence in your short game.

Alex from GolfMagic took the Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge to Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate to see how it performed.


Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge - Key Features

The Jaws Full Toe wedge is far more versatile than previous Callaway wedges, as the spin levels and design are suitable for both short chip shots and approaches from 100 yards.

The face of this club is superb. It has a straighter leading edge which is aesthetically pleasing and it is designed for any golfer of any ability.

In the clubhead, there is a Variable Weight Port System which places heavier weights toward the toe of the club. This means that the centre of gravity is closer to the toe which enhances the ball flight.

The grooves in the Jaws Full Toe wedge are extremely aggressive and this new feature is what produces so much spin and excitement for all golfers.

This wedge is available from 54 degrees to 64 degrees so Callaway have allowed people to feel like Phil Mickelson from both long range and short range distances.

Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge - Performance and Forgiveness

When you connect with the ball, you receive a good amount of feedback and confidence. You can produce the hop-and-stop shot that we all see on the PGA Tour each week, due to the aggressive grooves which produce so much spin.

Full toe wedges have not necessarily been useful for full shots in the past, but now Callaway have produced a wedge with the versatility to crack this.

Should you buy the Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge?

The Callaway Jaws Full Toe wedge is far more diverse and uself than the previous Callaway PM Grind wedges and this is what could lead to it becoming a popular wedge.

As you can see by the video above, Alex was thrilled by the amount of spin that he generated with his chip shots and approach shots, and this is a big advantage of this new club.

The Raw Face rusts over time which helps the spin levels, and I believe this will prove to be an attractive feature of this new wedge.

£159.00 is an expensive price to pay for a wedge, but it is a premium club made by a premium company. This wedge could really enhance your short game and help you stop the ball closer to the pin with every shot.