Updated design gives this gap wedge a perfect feel at the contact point. If you also play Callaway irons, this gap wedge has a similar feel at address, meaning you don't have to adjust your swing. Easy to put a high rate of backspin on the ball.
A little more expensive than some other gap wedge models.
Design closely approximates short irons, so you won't have to make a huge adjustment in the middle of your round. Consists of durable materials, which is nice for a high handicap golfer who's still learning the game.
Not going to have features that advanced players need for shot making.
Features an aged copper finish that gives this gap wedge a unique look. Weight distribution and precise center of gravity in the club head feels very natural, allowing you to swing easily. Design helps players who struggle to generate backspin.
Price is a little high. The copper finish looks great, but it will show grime and scratches.
Gives you a classic shape in the club head, which makes it easier to switch from using an iron to the gap wedge during the round. Uses a wider toe in the sole to help with forgiveness on off-center ball strikes. All-steel club head design provides a high level of durability.
Doesn't have features that appeal to most advanced golfers. Slightly older design.
Club head shape and placement of grooves gives you the consistency from shot to shot that you want. Has a great looking satin black finish that cuts down on glare at ball address. Groove spacing is especially tight in this gap wedge for maximum control.
Looks quite a bit different from typical irons, so using it well takes some practice.
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A gap wedge is type of golf club with a loft angle in the club face between 50 and 53 degrees. This places it between the pitching wedge and sand wedge in terms of loft angle. Gap wedges allow you to pop the ball into the air quickly, creating a high approach shot to the green. You want the ball to hit the green and not roll or bounce much when using a gap wedge. Advanced golfers will create a high level of backspin on the ball with a gap wedge, attempting to curl the ball back toward the hole after landing on the green.
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