From the team that brought you the Hummingbird Super-Loft Wedge
The New 58° Hummingbird Wedge
Add this Versatile, East-to-Hit Weapon and Knock Even More Strokes Off Your Scores
Dear Hummingbird Wedge owner:
I hope this finds you wowing your pals with towering flop shots, escaping bunkers with Houdini-like ease and saving strokes like never before.
Now it's time to take your short game to the next level.
We've created a second Hummingbird Wedge to handle those situations where you need all the playability and forgiveness of the 70° version, but with a bit less loft.
Meet the all-new 58° Hummingbird H7 Wedge...
Here's just a handful of examples:
In a nutshell, it's the perfect complement to your 70° Hummingbird Wedge.
The 58 Hummingbird was created by the same award-winning designer, Jeff Halstead, and boasts all the same amateur-friendly features as its big brother. Each plays a key role in making tough shots easy and eliminating those score-crushing mistakes.
Now, you might be thinking a 58 Hummingbird sounds great... but you assume you'll have to open the face to get extra height.
That might be true - if you didn't already own the 70 H7 Wedge.
With the super-loft model at your disposal for flop shots and bunker blasts over tall lips, you can save the 58 H7 for situations where less loft is required. Just set up with a square clubface and swing away.
Let's take a brief run through the new Hummingbird's features and benefits.
Extra-wide "AirX" sole for smooth interaction with turf, sand and rough
I'm guessing you rarely if ever, hit a fat shot with your 70 Hummingbird. Even when you catch the ground first, the "AirX" sole shrugs it off and glides gently under the ball, right?
You can expect the same fat-free performance with the 58 model.
Likewise, this version slips safely through any type of sand. And thanks to those channels along the bottom, it eats nasty rough for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Upright lie angle promotes a simple, chipping-style swing on pitches and bunker shots
We've gotten tons of feedback from Hummingbird owners who love how it simplifies the short game.
No more hinging. No more flipping the club through impact trying to square the blade.
For that you can thank the upright lie, which promotes a down-the-line swing with the arms and shoulders.
You'll find the 58 Hummingbird Wedge just as comfortable at setup, just as simple to swing - and just as effective at sticking the ball close
No guessing whether you're aimed correctly. The clubface lets you know for sure with its center-line stripe. The grip reinforces this info with a vertical stripe of its own.
The clubface visual aid practically screams, "Hit it here!" which makes sweet spot contact a piece of cake.
Set up with a square clubface. Point the Hummingbird at the target. And Swing with confidence knowing that you're gonna knock it stiff.
That's all there is to it.
Another reason it's easy to drill the 58 Hummingbird Wedge dead-center - its dead-center is a lot bigger than most.
On those rare occasions where you miss it, the oversized hitting area assures you'll get enough "oomph" on the ball to reach the green.
As you can see, the new 58 Hummingbird has...
If you don't hit high lob shots on command(using a simple straight-back and straight-through chipping swing) that stop right by the hole - I insist you ask for your money back.
You may recall getting the same guarantee with your 70 Hummingbird, I suspect it took you about five shots to decide you were keeping that one.
Likewise, I'm positive you'll fall instantly in love with your 58 version.
However, if you:
... Take it to the golf course, range and short game area...
... Try every shot under the sun, and...
... Decide you can do better with a different club...
Simply return the Hummingbird within 60 days of receipt and we'll refund the full purchase price.
That, my friend, is the best guarantee in the business.
And the price is just as friendly.
See, unlike the major brands, we don't have to cover a massive marketing budget.
We have no tour pros to pay for playing our clubs, either.
And because we're direct-to-consumer, our overhead is nice and low.
That's why we don't have to charge $150-$250 for a single wedge like the big boys do.
Instead, we're happy to offer the new 58 Hummingbird Wedge for a mere $99.
The major clubmakers can't beat that.
And they sure as hell can't beat the Hummingbird's game-improving performance.
Of course, you already know that. You've experienced it firsthand with the 70 model.
So go ahead: Expand your weaponry and slash your scores even more- order your 58 Hummingbird Wedge Today.