In order to change a golf club wedge’s trajectory, spin and the amount of roll once it lands on the green has always been a matter of the proper loft selection. In cases where the loft, ball or shaft selection is not exactly correct, golf wedges can often be adjusted for loft. However that alters the bounce angle and potentially the effectiveness of the wedge in the hands of the golfer. Until now! Introducing the Dynacraft VLS (Variable Launch and Spin) Adjustable Wedge featuring two interchangeable inserts: a 3g black anodized aluminum and 17g stainless steel. The 14g or 1/2 ounce disparity in weight alters the center of gravity to produce two unique sets of conditions for the ultimate adjustable golf wedge. With the heavier insert at the bottom of the head, it produces an adjustable golf wedge with a lower and more forward center of gravity. The heavier weight at the top of the clubhead produces a slightly higher and more rearward center of gravity. Most golfers understand that a lower center of gravity will create a higher launch angle. However, we found by testing golfers that wasn’t always the same case. Surprisingly what changed most was the spin rate by as much as 1000 rpms with the higher CG position creating a low spin rate. This affects many parameters including carry distance, landing angle and ultimately the amount of roll once the ball hits the green not only on full shots but partial shots as well.
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|Model #||Hand||Club||Loft||Lie||Weight||Offset||Bounce||Std Clublength||Hosel ID||UPC|
|I29212B-060||RH||60° Wedge||60°||64 d||300||1.5 mm||8 d||35.25 in||0.370"|
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