The Sub 70 Forged Wedges are specifically designed to provide tour level precision for all types of swingers and turf types. The face is precision CNC milled to provide maximum spin and control, while the DT-4 stainless steel is soft enough to provide instant feedback. After many rounds of testing, weight was removed from the rear sole to help generate the tour flight that players desire, while bestowing forgiveness on off center strikes. In the hands of players of all skill levels, the Sub70 wedge encourages the ability to remain aggressive throughout, with feel and stopping power on the greens that performs in all conditions. The sole design is impeccable in its universality. The ever so slightly rounded leading edge discourages the club from digging in, but is also cambered to supply confidence on tight lies.
From sand to fairway, and from flop to piercing, the Sub 70 wedge furnishes tour level performance and looks for all conditions, and all players.
As the wedge gets exposed to the elements the finish will rust over time for a unique cosmetic appearance.
Specifications Loft 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 Lie 63.5 63.5 63.5 63.5 63.5 63.5 63.5 Offset(mm) 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Bounce 7 10 10 12 12 10 10 Head Weight 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 Standard Length Steel 35.75 35.5 35.5 35.25 35.25 35 35 Standard Length Graphite 36.25 36 36 35.75 35.75 35.5 35.5 Material DT-4 Stainless Steel
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- Great, no,,, fantastic Forged wedges at ridiculously reasonable prices
I’m playing a 50°/10° bounce gap, a 54°/12° bounce SW, and a 58°/10° lob. I had them mounted on UST Recoil 760 f3 ES SmacWrap shafts, with MCC plus4 Align grips, so the final cost per wedge was about $115 or so. They are outstanding if I just cut to the point. You get a Forged, soft, sharp, versatile, predictable wedge on exactly the shaft you need, and with the grip you want, for about 2/3 of the cost for a name brand. I got the “raw” version and I love them. No glare, they’re made of a stainless grade of steel so they don’t rust away, but rather form a “patina” that’s actually pretty cool. It forms a little circle where you contact the ball that stays “cleaner” than the rest of the club, and let’s you know you’re hitting it in the right spot. It might not be the right meow for all you cats out there, but I like it.
They are sharp on the leading edge, and take a clean pelt with ease.
They spin the ball effortlessly, and are easy to flight to the shape and trajectory you need and you can stop the ball on hard greens.
I like them so much that I’m going to get a set of the 639’s Forged cavitybacks in the very near future.
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