Feel and feedback where you need it most on the course.
Becoming a great wedge player starts with great hands. The best short game players have 'feel' that is hard to define … and even harder to learn. It's next to impossible to learn 'feel' if you are using wedges that don't provide any feedback or provide any sense of how you've struck a shot. As with all Ben Hogan irons and wedges, Equalizer wedges are forged from soft, 1025 carbon steel. This allows the grain flow of the material to maintain its integrity and create a sense of continuity between the club head and your hands.
No more ballooning wedge shots.
Most modern-day wedges are designed to do one thing: get the ball up in the air as quickly as possible and, in turn, as highly as possible. Their Centers of Mass have been pushed as low as possible in the club head with a 'one size fits all' design philosophy. As a result, shots hit with any kind of wedge 'balloon' reducing accuracy and spin. Each Equalizer wedge has been engineered to serve a specific need. While their basic shapes are classical, our engineers have developed an ingenious progressive Center of Mass system in the various wedges. We've moved more mass higher in the club head of the lower lofted gap wedges, and incrementally lowered it in the sand and more highly lofted lob wedges.
We are a Built-to-Order business. Please read the following below as you will be accepting these terms after final payment is received.
- A 3% cancellation fee will be applied to order cancellations within one (1) business day of placing the order.
- A 90% refund (10% restocking fee) will be issued for an order cancelled when pending with the build shop.
- There will absolutely be no cancel order requests with orders already in the process of building.
- All orders delivered in full are final. Some exceptions apply.
- Order modifications must be made within (1) business day of placing order. No exceptions.
RETURNS & EXCHANGES
Due to the nature of custom work, we do not take any returns for any order. We may open exceptions if the order is deemed different from the original order. This is determined on a case-by-case basis.