Callaway Sure Out wedge ‘to boost scoring’

Callaway Sure Out
Callaway has today unveiled its new Sure Out wedge, created in collaboration with world-renowned golf instructor Hank Haney.

With the aim of providing optimal performance on greenside shots, particularly from the bunker or the rough, Haney worked closely with Callaway engineers to craft the forgiving, easy-to-play wedge.

The wedge’s distinctive new Sure Out sole, which has an enhanced camber and high bounce, enables the club to glide smoothly through sand and thick grass, without the need to open the face, helping eliminate fat shots.

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Other key features include a wider sole and larger face area to promote solid face-to-ball contact for optimal distance control and 17 full-face grooves and an aggressive groove geometry promote fast, shot-stopping spin even on off-centre hits.

Hank Haney said: “For many golfers that struggle with their short game around the greens, the Sure Out wedge could be exactly what they are looking for.

“The design helps simplify troublesome greenside shots making scoring that much easier.”

Callaway Sure Out wedges

Available: March 31
Price: £99
Shafts:
KBS 90 steel / UST lightweight 65g graphite
Lofts:
58° and 64°
More info:
callawaygolf.com

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