First Look: Cutter Wedge

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
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In for review is a very interesting looking new wedge called Cutter Wedge CTR-1.  This wedge has a unique head design unlike I’ve seen in previously, and I’ve seen more than just about anyone.  Check it out.

The purpose of the design is to expand the available surface area to make contact easier and more consistent. In addition it helps cut through varying surface types and conditions.

After looking at this wedge for awhile I realized that the face is symmetrical, unlike other wedges. Some wedges have a high toe, but you’ll see this wedge has the mirroring inside high toe (for lack of better description).

As bad as my short game can be I’m willing to give just about any kind of wedge a shot, so to speak.  I get the impression this could be a great option for the sand.

Lofts available are currently 52, 56, and 58 degrees.

The club is available in right and left-handed models. Often new clubs are not available in left-handed so tip of the hat to Cutter for that.

I’m just getting back into swinging after the shoulder surgery and the home course just re-opened following the Covid-19 shutdown.  I’ll be getting out and trying some easy swings and chips with the CTR-1 and hopefully posting a full review in a few weeks.

Stay tuned.


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