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SCRATCH 1018 Raw Forged 58 Lob Wedge (DON WHITE SLT GRIND)

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SCRATCH 1018 Raw Forged 58 Lob Wedge (DON WHITE SLT GRIND)

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$200.00
Product code: 1413

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SCRATCH 1018 Raw Forged 58 Lob Wedge (DON WHITE SLT GRIND)
 

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NEW TOUR ISSUE SCRATCH 1018 Raw Forged 58 Lob Wedge. This is from the Scratch Tour Department. This one has the new grooves. Scratch made some of the best looking and performing forged wedges of all time. They were hand ground by Hall of Fame Club Maker Don White. He gave this one a SLT Grind, see below for some more information on this grind. Scratch is no longer in business, making finding another one of these nearly impossible. This was shafted with a NS Pro Prototype Shaft. This is standard specs with a Black VDR Grip. These are raw so they will rust, creating an amazing dull finish. Please expect it to have some rust when you receive it. "This grind is designed for the Digger/Driver who is looking for versatility and added playability on harder turf. The SLT grind is a versatile grind with added versatility for harder turf. It has a high effective bounce angle, moderate camber, little trailing edge relief and aggressive relief in the heel and toe. The high effective bounce angle and fuller front to back sole help prevent digging on steeper swings. It also makes the wedge more effective from the sand and better on fuller shots. The aggressive heel and toe relief allow the face to be opened without the leading edge coming up off the ground. This makes it more effective for flop shots and other shots with the face open. The added camber makes it better for shots off tighter lies or harder turf."

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