SPOTTED! – Callaway Jaws Wedges 2010
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SPOTTED! – Callaway Jaws Wedges 2010

SPOTTED! – Callaway Jaws Wedges 2010

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The 2010 “Callaway Jaws Wedge”

We have been hearing rumors about the new 2010 gear from Callaway for quite a while now. We are supposed to be getting a look at the complete line-up soon for you guys but until then check out what they just released in Japan and are supposedly going to be releasing in the US. It is called the Callaway Jaws Wedge…their answer to the new groove rule.

We hear it is the angle they cut the grooves in the face that produces such an improved amount of spin. I think they used the term “pierced like a tooth…and stops dead on the green”. So they figured to name it after the flesh shredding…razor toothed…fish of the sea. I guess the “Callaway Beaver” didn’t go over well in the “What are we gonna name our wedge” meetings.

Callaway Jaws Wedge
Callaway Jaws Wedge

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      DAVE PETRIE

      14 years ago

      HI, JUST TRIED THE 60 DEG VERSION. YOU BETTER INVEST IN PLENTY GOLF BALLS, THIS WEDGE RIPS THEM APART. I KID YOU NOT. UNBELIEVABLE BACKSPIN BUT, COSTLY ON BALLS

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      SO FLY

      14 years ago

      I realize that I’m a bit late to comment, but this wedge will not have any special angle to the grooves. Even if it did, the USGA would limit the effectiveness of the new grooves. IN A RECENT MODIFICATION TO THE 2010 GROOVE RULE, THE USGA LIMITED ALL NEW WEDGES TO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF OLD V GROOVES. That is, any design improvement will be meaningless after 2010 because it cannot offer any more spin than a club with v grooves. Sorry to burst anyone’s bubble.

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      TourModel Golf

      14 years ago

      Looks like a Honma / Epon blend. More and more Japanese designs are here to stay, they look great.

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      Steve

      14 years ago

      My rep showed me the whole 2010 line. I wont go into details but it’s awesome

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      hamkenstein

      14 years ago

      I have seen a sample range of these wedges (European) and they all seem to have high bounce angles , 56-15 , 60-13 , 52-13 etc . Anyone know why this might be ?

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      Robby

      14 years ago

      I have the same question…. Why are there not more bounce and lie options? I mean 13 degrees of bounce on a 60 degree wedge,,, REALLY?

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      mygolfspy

      14 years ago

      I agree actually the 56 has 16* of bounce. We will be testing these soon for you guys so we will let you know what we find.

      Parker

      14 years ago

      Love the look of these wedges. They’ll look really good in conjunction with their Callaway X Prototype blades. Now if they can only make a decent driver to throw in the bag.

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      mygolfspy

      14 years ago

      Couldn’t have said it better Parker ;)

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      Pablo

      14 years ago

      I agree- I love that they look like the X-Protos. I just wish that they had the X-Protos in a black finish like the wedges. That would make me rob a bank to pay the $1000- it’d end up being worth it!

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      chris

      14 years ago

      i hope that these sedges look like the prototype irons because they’re going to make more prototype irons and release them into stores.

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      chris

      14 years ago

      they look amazing, a lot like the callaway prototype irons. hopefully these wedges have a lot of spin. i look forward to them. i’ve never owned any callaway equipment. hopefully these will change that.

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      Chris

      14 years ago

      …just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water hazard! These look fantastic like the tour authentic x-prototypes.

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      mygolfspy

      14 years ago

      Watch out for the Sand Sharks Chris ;)

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      CJ Bush

      14 years ago

      Those look really nice. I am interested in seeing what the grooves are like. It will be interesting to see how companies adjust to the new groove rules.

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      Spanky

      14 years ago

      Wow that’s a nice wedge, would like it better if they did name it the callaway beaver lol

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      mygolfspy

      14 years ago

      I figured you would Spanky.

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      paulfromMA

      14 years ago

      They look pretty sweet. It makes one wonder though with this new cutting technique if soon there will be rules implemented to limit those specs just as they are doing now with the grooves.

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      DrJ

      14 years ago

      They look fantastic, especially the sole grind. Although I would not be trading in my Cleveland CG12 DSG’s for them in a hurry. Personally I feel the players that will be disadvantaged most by the new grooves rule will be the mid-shorter hitters. The longer hitters will just take wedges with more loft, a ball that spins a bit more when compressed at steep angles and manufacturers will have grooves that will start to edge close to the spin at the moment. So in 2-3 years the grooves rule will look a bit pointless.

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      CJ Bush

      14 years ago

      I agree completely! I am interested to see how everyone adjusts to the changes. It will be totally unique to see how each individual golfer makes the adjustment for the loss of the grooves.

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      matt

      14 years ago

      They definately look good, and if this is an answer to the new groove rule im sure they will sell them by the truckloads…

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      mygolfspy

      14 years ago

      Well so far so good…we have gotten a lot of emails and almost everyone likes them.

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