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Green sloping away from you like a black diamond ski run.
No doubt, the flop shot is your only chance to get it close.
But your buddies, well, they know what’s about to happen.
They’ve seen this act before.
So as you ponder the shot, they start making bets.
“Ten bucks says he chunks it into the bunker,”Carl whispers to Sammy.
“You’re Sammy chortles under his breath. “I say he skulls it into the azaleas.”
Meanwhile, you make a series of earnest practice swings with your sand wedge.
“Open your stance, open the face,” you think out loud.
“Swing across the ball and accelerate through impact.”
Hey, at least you know what you’re supposed to do.
Alas. Actually doing it is a whole ‘nother story.
You pick a landing spot between the sand and the stick… address the ball… take the club back and…
Put 10 easy bucks in Carl’s pocket.
Sammy starts to hand it over, then pulls it away.
“Same bet on this bunker shot,” he tells Carl, who nods with a smirk.
You trudge into the sand and repeat the routine.
“Open your stance, open the face,” you mutter through gritted teeth.
“Swing across the ball and accelerate through impact.”
A few seconds later, Sammy reclaims the cash.
Turns out they’ve been passing the same raggedy $10 bill back and forth since TVs had tubes.
Because you keep doing what you’re doing.
And keep getting what you’re getting.
It’s amusing to them. But it’s driving you insane.
Of course, it’s not just you.
If I had a dime for every amateur I’ve seen execute an honest-to-goodness flop shot with a conventional wedge…
I’d have about 30 cents.
Sand shots prove darn near as difficult.
Which begs a couple of questions. First…
You’re probably thinking it’s the technique, right?
You’re not wrong. The real blame, though, lies with your club.
Let me explain.
Trying to hit the ball sky-high with a 56° or even 60° wedge requires serious skills. The same goes for sand shots.
You’ve got to open the clubface, aiming it well right of the target (assuming you’re right-handed).
On the flop shot, for instance, opening the blade decreases the club’s effective hitting area – and cutting across the ball shrinks it even more.
Hence, making solid contact is harder than folding a fitted sheet with one hand.
Opening the face also increases the club’s bounce, which boosts your odds of “drop-kicking” the ball into the next area code.
Oh, and it doesn’t help that the typical wedge has a narrow sole and a sharp leading edge – so if the club doesn’t bounce off the turf, it digs into it. Can you say chunkola?
Finally, there’s the wedge’s relatively flat lie angle, which forces you to swing on a major arc and manipulate the clubface to square it at impact. That brings your hands and wrists into the picture – not exactly a recipe for success… or consistency.
Now you know why these situations make amateurs look like what they are – amateurs.
It’s because conventional wedges demand near-perfect execution of a complicated technique.
Which brings us to question No. 2:
The way I see it, you’ve got three options:
Well, there wasn’t.
Then an award-winning club designer got frustrated watching recreational golfers trying to play these specialty shots with a standard wedge.
He knew they had no chance.Their clubs left them S.O.L.
They needed more loft so they wouldn’t have to open the clubface.
They needed a wider sole that would slide along the turf rather than digging or skipping.
A bigger clubface would help as well - because there’s no such thing as too much forgiveness.
In short: They needed a wedge that wasn’t even on the market.
So the designer sketched out his dream club, adding a couple of unique alignment features and an upright lie angle that brought it all together.
He was thrilled with the concept and excited about the possibilities.
There was only one problem:
Who was gonna produce this wonder wedge?
He thought about pitching it to a few major clubmakers. He’d worked with several in the past and, with his résumé, he could easily get an audience.
He already knew, though, that they’d just shoot him down.
“We love the idea,” they’d say,“but it doesn’t really fit with our existing line.”
Or, “Our tour pros will never play it, which means amateurs will never buy it.”
And no doubt someone would come back with this old standby: “It’s just a little extreme for our brand.”
That thinking was wrong-headed, of course. The designer had seen plenty of unconventional clubs do big sales.
In fact, he’d built a few himself.
So he decided to call an independent clubmaker he’d collaborated with before.
I’m delighted that he did. Because that clubmaker was me.
I’m Andrew Knack – a golf industry veteran with a background in marketing and product development.
The designer is Jeff Halstead, a multi-time Golf Digest “Hot List” winner for his work with companies like TaylorMade and Adams Golf.
As I mentioned, Jeff and I have worked together before.
You may have seen or even used some of our clubs. We’re really proud of them all, and I know we’ve helped a lot of golfers save a ton of strokes.
But I truly believe that our latest creation might be our best yet.
I’m thrilled to introduce…
“It’s like a cheat code for your short game.” – Todd Kolb, 3-time Golf Digest Best-in-State teacher
The center-stripe alignment guide… the anti-dig lie angle… the face-squaring grip line…
On and on it goes.