X Series JAWS CC Slate Wedges
best wedge i have used
tite lie it dosn't dig in.
February 3, 2012
Excellent - really improves game around the green. Club was like brand new - excellent price.
Exceeds expectations. Replaced competitor's wedge which was fine but not like JAWS. Gives new meaning to "drop & stop". Very good from the sand - outstanding from rough around green. Pre owned club was like brand new. Excellent price.
July 13, 2013
Excellent Spin Control With Minimum Effort
These wedges provide excellent spin with minimum effort. The face balance and bounce make chipping and pitching (scoring shots) very "doable".
June 30, 2013
I purchased the 52* and 58* in "like new" condition at special sale pricing @ $130; two wedges for the price of one new. Their condition was "show room". I had them customized (lengthened, flattened) to my specs with new GP New Decade Multi Compound grips at minimal cost. I like the raw finish and excellent feel. I find them superior in shot making ability to other brands and like their heavier weight and feel.
June 22, 2013
C grind really gives me confidence to open the face without worrying about the club digging into the turf
I purchased this club with a C grind as I take a large divot and benefit from the higher bounce options available.
This is my 3rd purchase of a Jaws wedge from Callaway preowned and have been more than satisfied with actual condition of all of the clubs when they arrived.
October 26, 2013
Awesome club, easy to hit.
Replaced a ping eye 2 lob webge that I have had in my bag for 20 plus years. Great decision so far. The CC groves stop the ball on a dime. Love it!
June 28, 2013
Slate finish rusts nicely.
To the uneducated commenting that their slate finished wedge rusted - guess what - IT'S SUPPOSED TO.
It's a sort of modern tradition to have a mild steel rusted out wedge. It's thought to make the shot softer off the face and create more spin due to a rough overall surface.
Roger CLEVELAND, the MAN when it comes to designing wedges, not only designed this wedge, but popularized the rusted out wedge style in the early 1990s. It has been a popular option ever since.
I use the 56degree high bounce sand wedge in raw steel, and it's one of my favorite clubs.
July 11, 2013
I love the feel and the finish is terrific.
January 15, 2012