If you’re tired of racking up strokes from inconsistent pitching and chipping, and you would like to start rattling the pin (or holing out) from just off the green instead, then the Square Strike Wedge is the club for you.
Extra-wide and gently curved from back to front and heel to toe, the SSW’s sole glides along the turf with silky smoothness. Hit behind the ball and the clubhead will keep right on moving to assure crisp, clean contact – eliminating the ugly fat shots your traditional short irons produce. The Anti-Chunk Sole also features a series of shallow grooves to reduce friction in sticky or matted grass.
Your Square Strike Wedge meets all the standards for a legal tournament play.
By moving mass to the toe, the designers achieved two more key enhancements. The Square Strike’s COG (center of gravity) is located precisely in the center of the clubface – and marked by a vertical line – while its MOI (moment of inertia) is higher than a typical wedge. Result: The SSW delivers deadly accuracy on pure contact, and exceptional forgiveness on miss-hits. Test golfers hit shot after shot directly in line with the target.
The Square Strike’s design team moved weight from the heel area to the toe to prevent excess clubhead opening and closing going back and through. The blade is engineered to stay square to the target line, so wrist hinge and good timing are no longer needed to hit a solid shot.
Pitching and chipping has never been easier or more accurate than it is with the Square Strike Wedge. Unlike a traditional wedge which requires you to open your stance and the blade and make a rotational swing, with the Square Strike Wedge, you setup and aim directly at your target and then take a simple, pendulum swing (like a putter) and watch the ball roll straight to the cup.
Why buy a Square Strike Wedge when you can just use your 7-iron for chipping?
The Square Strike Wedge is simply a more effective chipping club than a 7-iron – or any other traditional iron. There’s a misperception that the Square Strike Wedge has the loft of a 7- or 8-iron. Actually, the 45° loft is 12 – 15 degrees more than a 7-iron, so you can play a wide variety of shots (not just low runners). Combine that with a heavier clubhead, extra wide sole, beveled leading edge and extra weight in the toe, and you get a club that stays square to the target longer and sweeps the grass instead of digging in fat. In summary, you get a club that’s designed for accurate chipping (not just one that can be used to chip).