The Verdict: This is not a Glide 2.0 in a different color. The dark finish does more than provide a compact appearance: It adds durability to the 8620 carbon steel, which is a step softer than the standard Glide 2.0’s 431 stainless steel. Also, by not painting the face, the available groove area increases by 30 percent. A bottom half-groove just above the leading edge on the higher lofts means more contact area with the ball for better spin on the shortest shots.
Loft: 17 options (46-60 degrees), 4 sole grinds
Street Price: $140
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