TECHNOLOGIES: The second-generation Toe Sweep has a wide toe and narrow heel so the club can be laid open at address and stay open through impact.
PLAYABILITY: The Toe Sweep grind picks up a lot of fans among mid- to high-handicappersit's automatic out of bunkers; the Dual sole gives players more finesseit's nuanced enough to handle most situations; very high natural flight, especially with the Toe Sweep version.
DISTANCE CONTROL: All models add a measure of consistency from the rough, and don't get bogged down by bad lies; the Toe Sweep is as intuitive from the sand as any clubswing harder, and the ball goes farther; the more versatile Dual sole is as locked in as your swing.
FEEL: A muscular, head-heavy design that's dense on center strikes; the Toe Sweep, which features a radically contoured sole and trailing edge, reduces drag in fluffy sand and hairy situations; all models are stable in the rough; feedback is useful, though the head seems to filter out some of the information.
LOOK: Rustic, and quickly rustyall models have a raw finish, which makes for a prototype sort of vibe; all three styles have a longish blade and a rounded leading edge; the distinctive sole grinds and rear give them a futuristic edge.