Rake Sand Wedge
5 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

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DUAL BOUNCE TECHNOLOGY

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5 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

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*

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Each RAKE Sand Wedge Includes:

Specifications

Weight

Standard (310g)

Loft

56°

Lie

63°

Bounce

20°/10°

Right or Left

Left hand, Right hand

Shaft

Wedge Flex Steel, Graphite

Length

34.25″, 34.5″, 34.75″, 35″, 35.25″ – STD, 35.5″, 35.75″, 36″, 36.25″

Rail Angle

12.5° offset

The RAKE Sand wedge has a standard length of 35.25” which will suit most golfers, but it can also be ordered in .25” increments from 34.25” to 36.25”.

Refer to the below table for recommended shaft lengths by height.

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6 reviews for Rake Sand Wedge

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Great for getting out of bunkers no matter what lie you have. Definitely recommend give it a try. Great customer service.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I have been using my Rake sand wedge now for three years and couldn’t be happier. I am also asked “can I have a go” a lot. I recently had to contact PnP for some extra assistance and their service was excellent. I would recommend that you try this club.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I visited the guys at PnP in Canberra to try out the Rake Sand wedge. After 5 hits I was sold. Crisp contact off the mat on the simulator, easy to get up in the air and straight flight. Out on the course it has performed just as well. This is now my go-to club anywhere inside 70 metres. It is sold as a Sand wedge but it is a very versatile club: I use it on the fairway, out of the rough, around the green and occasionally for it’s intended place, out of the sand. The club is fantastic, the service from the guys at PnP was top notch. If you’re struggling with your short game, give this a go.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    The most important area for scoring in golf is the short game and this is where the Rake wedges really come into their own. The design of the wedges make shots from thick rough and sand so much easier as the club glides through tough lies rather than getting stuck or snagged up. Highly recommended for any level of golfer.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    The ‘Rake’ wedges provide sensational feel off the club face that finishes with a good amount of spin on the greens. An ideal club to hit great approach shots every time for golfers of all abilities. I now save many shots around the green with increased chipping accuracy.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    The Rake wedge has made the game easier and hence more fun for me and in one 18 hole game, I would have to say that it saved me at least 4 to 5 strokes when compared to the general results of previous wedges I have used. The Rake Wedge is definitely staying in my bag. In fact, I’m now looking at saving some money so that I can buy the Lob Wedge and then the Gap Wedge as well. I think that most players will look at the sole and be concerned about the rails having an adverse effect on the playability of the wedge, but they shouldn’t be. The wedge certainly isn’t going to save a bad swing, you the golfer still have to put a decent swing on the club. But for me, it is a club that will give me serviceable results all day, without the need to practice as much Phil Mickelson or Luke Donald, or needing their skills and precision of strike. View my full review here: http://www.pnpgolf.com/rake-wedge-review-by-matt-and-brandon-lee/

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