Why You Need the xE1 Wedge
Every golfer wants to shoot lower scores. It’s in our DNA.
The first step: Determining where you can drop the most strokes, preferably in the quickest way possible.
For some of us, longer and/or straighter drives could do the trick. Sharper approach play never hurt anyone, either. One problem: Improving those areas can require major swing changes.
And you may not gain many (if any) strokes for your troubles.
Fact is, the vast majority of amateurs would be wise to focus on the short game.
Why? For starters, we’re not very good at it. Consider these stats:
Eliminate Those Frustrating Wasted Strokes
Think about your typical round.
How often do you chunk a basic chip, send a thin pitch sailing over the green or leave the ball in a bunker? Twice? Four times? More than you care to count?
Every single one of those is a wasted stroke - one you can easily erase with the xE1 Wedge.
Thanks to a design that's <radically different from the outdated traditional wedge you're probably playing now>, the xE1 will dramatically boost your proficiency around the greens. Right away, you’ll shoot lower scores because this club is built to:
- Glide across the turf rather than digging, drastically reducing (if not eliminating) your fat shots.
- Prevent the sole from skidding off firm ground, making "bellied wedge" shots - where the club bounces up and into the ball - extremely rare (if not unheard of).
- Slide easily into the sand with a natural “scooping” action, so you’ll get out of bunkers in one shot most every time.
Let's back up to that "right away" part.
Because the xE1 is so much easier to hit than a conventional wedge, you won't need hours of intensive practice before putting it in your bag. Just spend a few minutes getting a feel for the distance and trajectory of your shots with the xE1, then hit the course and improve your short game - immediately.