FIRST LOOK: Callaway adds Full Toe shape, grinds to Jaws Raw wedge line

Callaway’s popular Jaws Raw has gone from an add-on offering to a full-blow wedge line since its debut last year on the PGA Tour.

Boasting the same unplated face as the Jaws Raw, the new Full Toe version features a refined toe peak with grooves extending across the entire face for additional spin control on flop shots impacting the toe area. The higher toe also raises the center of gravity (CG), creating a lower, controlled trajectory on full and half shots.

While the toe shaping and groove package is new on Jaws Raw Full Toe, the overall groove design remains the same. An aggressive 37-degree wall angle on the Jaws groove works in unison with angled, micro-positive grooves between the main groove, called “offset groove-in-groove technology,” to enhance spin on partial shots around the green, even when the face is laid open for a flop shot.

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Callaway also added weight ports to the back of the head to dial in CG in the past, but this is the first time they’ve packed tungsten in the sand and lob wedge ports. The tungsten is still designed to center the CG for better control and feel. Our gear team also found the tungsten slugs to be the “special sauce” during initial testing.

The Full Toe comes in a myriad of different grind options, including a new J-Grind that’s geared to improve shot versatility, particularly on flop shots and from the bunker. The pre-worn leading edge keeps the head from digging into the turf on mid and full wedge shots. It’s a subtle addition that should help golfers who struggle with impact consistency.

Callaway’s new J-Grind is geared for mid and full wedge shots, with a pre-worn leading edge. Jonathan Wall

Jaws Raw Full Toe will also include several current Callaway wedge grinds, including the C-Grind, X-Grind (now extending to 54 and 56 degrees) and Z-Grind (up to 62 degrees).

A higher toe can be found on the Jaws Raw Full Toe. Jonathan Wall

And for the left-handed golfer who regularly wonders why they don’t receive the same options as their right-handed counterpart, Callaway announced Jaw Raw will be available for southpaws in the Black Plasma finish from 52 to 60 degrees in the S-Grind, as well as the Z-Grind, W-Grind and X-Grind in the 60-degree.

Callaway’s Jaws Raw wedge line extension retails for $179.99 per wedge and will be available at retail on April 7th.

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Jonathan Wall Editor

Jonathan Wall is GOLF Magazine and’s Managing Editor for Equipment. Prior to joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years covering equipment for the PGA Tour.