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Sole

The Cutter Wedge has Cutter Sole Technology that distributes the club’s weight to the center of the face. This expands the sweet spot of the club, allowing better contact, more accurate strikes, and less missed hits.

The sole has a crescent shape, which is aerodynamically better than traditional wedge clubs. It allows the Cutter Wedge to cut smoothly across surfaces instead of dragging. The sole is also self-stabilizing, which is helpful in various types of turf and sand conditions.

Face

The Cutter Sole Technology also supports a self-aiming face, which improves intended ball flight and raises the club’s center of gravity. Unlike traditional wedges, the face of the Cutter Wedge is symmetrical, providing turf relief on the toe and heel of the club. This means less turf resistance or drag when swinging on rough terrains.

The crescent-shaped sole and symmetrical face profile result in a bigger sweet spot, increasing the precision of your swings. The shape of the face makes the club easier to align and control as well, letting you properly visualize the intended path of the ball.

Perimeter Weighting

A traditional golf wedge experiences twisting of the club face when an off-center impact occurs. The perimeter weighting is supposed to prevent re-directing of the club face. However, during an off-center impact, the toe or heel controls the direction which then negates the perimeter weighting effect.

The shape and perimeter weighting of the Cutter Wedge keep the face square regardless of how you hit the ball. Plus, its symmetrical face makes any lie manageable, letting you hit the sweet spot more often.

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