Callaway Chief Designer Roger Cleveland created these forged wedges to give better control, spin and feel, a combination that translates into better attacks on the pin. Coupled with new finish options, these clubs have a striking visual appeal and Tour CC Grooves that make for better distance and trajectory control with a softer ‘C’ shape for better precision and versatility.
The Triple Net Forging process is applied to 21 conforming grooves for sharper edges, which makes for better distance and trajectory control. Moisture is kept at bay with a maximum conforming groove capacity that makes sure more edges hit the ball to increase spin.
Callaway Chief Designer Roger Cleveland created these wedges from 1020 Carbon Steel for a softer feel. The wedges have a higher toe and straiter leading edge like the traditional style, which results in a square look at address.
The muted, smokey look comes from Trivalent Dark Chrome. Callaway is trying out a new style with the Copper Finish, which is meant to oxidize over time for a visually stunning look.