The Cutter Wedge™
The Cutter Wedge™
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"Better Physics...Better Golf"®
Cutter Wedge Technical Specifications:
- 52°, 56° and 58° Loft
- 10°, 12° And 6° Bounce
- 64° Lie Angle
- 431 Stainless Steel
- "Stiff" Stepless Steel Shaft
Gifted with a symmetrical face profile, crescent-shaped sole, and triangular head, the Cutter Wedge has a:
- Self-Aiming Face – If your aim is off just 5° left or right from the target, an otherwise good shot calculates to an 8.7-yard distortion, which might be the difference between making or missing the green.
- 75% Larger Sweet Spot – Regardless of uphill, downhill or any lie angle, your sweet spot is NEVER reduced
- 66% less Leading Edge – Less leading edge means less drag, more speed and more accurate shots
BALANCED Perimeter Weighting – Lower “Center of Gravity” means higher trajectory and softer landings
“Probability Circle™” - This term, the “Probability Circle™” demonstrates that all wedges have a single point on the club face which is “intended” as the “Sweet Spot” however, random probability and strike error will create a scattering of actual impact points on the club face therefore, the impact scatter would start to form a circle over time. The Cutter Wedge has an approximately 39% larger hitting area or “Probability Circle™ than a traditional wedge“
Saw the review on Rick Shields golf channel. I have to say this is so much better than the X1 wedge I used before. I never saw any shots and it really slides through the sand better than anything. My flop shots stop on a dime. I can use a chipping motion to accomplish a chip and a pitch. When it comes to thick grass, it's absolutely like cutting butter. I added a jumbo grip to it, for more control. It gives it a better balance. It would be interesting to get one with a stiff graphite shaft to match my other irons.
I used the Cutter Wedge twice since I've received it. Pleasantly surprised how it dug a half buried ball out of thick rough which flew high over a sand trap and landed like a butterfly with sore feet. My golfing partner was impressed. He gave his sign of approval when I was below the green and hit a high lofted shot that flew 20 yards and landed one hop stop. I have to admit the head is unusual and the first time I swung a full swing I was surprised how easy it was to make contact with the ball and it went exactly where I was aiming. Needless to say I'm very pleased with the results so far.
I tried one Cutter wedge and loved so much I bought another. Gets the golf ball up in the air right away and stops quickly for better scores. The Cutter is a complete game changer.
I have depth perceptions issues after major eye surgery several years ago that affected my short game more then any other part of my game. I would either hit to thin and shoot it across the green or stub the soft shots with too deep a divot. I would try to be in the rough on layup to the greens so the ball would be "tied up" just so I had a more forgiving lie. I was doomed when the ball was in the first cut or on freshly mowed fairways. This wedge has be the best money I have ever spent in my 50 plus years of golf! After 4 games, I am still getting use to the distance and it will not go as far as the 56 degree wedge it replaces but I just use my gap wedge with a softer swing to make up for that. I will be looking for a 60 degree Cutter in the near future. I discovered this wedge on Rick Shield's Reviews.
I've only had the cutter 52 for less than a week but it is now my go to club for around the green, in all cuts, off green in bare lies anywhere and from 30 yds in. I still prefer my 60 for sand mainly because I can open the face as much as I want - something that realistically you can't do with the Cutter. So, all in all, it's a superb piece of kit. I rank it as high as my Pyramid putter!!