From Golf Magazine (October, 2012)
Bob Renegar, designer of the cult-like Solus wedge, serves up 431-stainless steel heads with steeper bounce angles than standard wedges (21° bounce in leading edge; 18° in middle; 15° in trailing edge). A pronounced cutout along the sole creates a lower leading edge for more versatility, and a higher, more rearward center of gravity for flight and spin control. The firm-tip Aldila graphite shaft has a higher balance point, which leads to 200 to 500 rpm more spin. Lastly, each loft—48°, 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58° and 60°—has the same shaft length and grip size.
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