DUAL BOUNCE TECHNOLOGY
The RAKE Sand Wedge has 56° of loft combined with Dual bounce technology 20° of rail bounce and 10° of sole bounce.
This Dual Bounce Rail Design combined with On-Set Leading Edge technology provides amazing control and allows you to comb through thick or wet grass and bunker shots with more acceleration and less effort.
This patented design has a gap between the two bounces that provides an avenue for the turf, sand etc., to pass through. This feature enables more acceleration with less effort and increased spin. The Rake Sand Wedge is perfect out of bunkers, off tight/skinny lies, hard pan, thick/wet grass, flop shots, and shots requiring height or spin. All this makes it the most versatile Sand wedge on the market.
Precision cut grooves provide the perfect amount of spin on approach shots giving you more opportunities to score your best. The Rake Sand wedge features a 310g head weight and a standard length of 35.25”.
See our Self-fit chart if you are unsure of length.
*The RAKE Sand Wedge conforms to R&A and USGA Rules*
The RAKE Lob Wedge has 60° of loft combined with Dual Bounce technology 15° of rail bounce and 7° of sole bounce. This Dual Bounce Rail Design combined with Onset Leading Edge technology provides amazing control and allows you to comb through thick or wet grass, and bunker shots with more acceleration and less effort.
These innovative wedges all feature the patented Dual Bounce Rail design while the lob and sand wedges feature an advanced ON-SET Leading Edge – delivering unparalleled performance from sand traps, thick or wet rough, tight lies and hard pan.
The RAKE Wedge breakthrough Rail Bounce design combs through grass and sand resulting in more acceleration with less effort.
What is the difference between PnP Rake wedges and other lob, sand or gap wedges?
The main difference is the breaking-up of the one (1) large blunt bounce, found on other wedges, into two (2) bounces; ie. a rail bounce and a secondary ‘between rail’ sole bounce.
Why does it work so well?
This patented design has a gap between the two bounces that provides an avenue for the sand, turf etc., to pass through; thus enabling more acceleration with less effort. Through impact the rails also assist to stabilise the club head.