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The cutout is a piece of their design heritage, the original Trusty Rusty wedges had it. It is part of the "tri-bounce" sole design although I'm not sure the notch actually does anything other than ma

The notch is there to lower the leading edge height when you lay the face open. Essentially allowing the club to lay flatter, but not reducing overall sole width and bounce.

Possibly to spread the weight toward the toe more to make the CG closer to the actual center of the club face. Most MB wedges have a CG that's heel biased.

 

Could also just be for looks to stand out... because Cobra.

SIM Max 9* | Ventus Black 6x

SIM Ti 19* | Fujikura Pro 2.0 TS 8x

Cobra Speedzone 18.5* | Accra FX 2.0 380M5

Titleist 818H1 | Ventus blue 10x

i210 5-PW | X100 Tour Issue 1xSS

Ping Glide 3.0 50/12, 54/12 | S400 Tour Issue

Cleveland CBX Full Face 60/10 | S400 Tour Issue Onyx

Cleveland SOFT Premier #4 (Compass Golf Co. Custom Atwood incoming!!)

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I just forwarded this to Santa for this year's Christmas list.

TaylorMade M6 10* Tensei CK White 70 X
TaylorMade M2 Tour 16.5* Tensei CK White 70 X

TaylorMade SLDR 21* Motore 8.3 Tour Spec X

Mizuno Hmb 3 Nippon Matte Black 105X
Mizuno Mp4 Nippon Matte Black 105X 4-PW

Cleveland Zip Core RTG Tour Issue Spinner 52/58

Cleveland Hunington Beach #11 Raw
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The cutout is a piece of their design heritage, the original Trusty Rusty wedges had it. It is part of the "tri-bounce" sole design although I'm not sure the notch actually does anything other than make the wedge recognizable as a Cobra wedge.

 

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The notch is there to lower the leading edge height when you lay the face open. Essentially allowing the club to lay flatter, but not reducing overall sole width and bounce.

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Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero 9º, Fujikura Motore F1 6X
Titleist 917 F3, 13.5°, 4th Gen. Diamana White 80X
Titleist 816 H2, 19°, 3rd Gen. Diamana White h-90X
Avian 535 3 iron, OBAN CT125X
Avian 335 blades, 4-PW (50º PW), OBAN CT-125X flighted
Avian SW 54º, Shimada Tour S
Titleist Vokey, CC 60.04, T Grind, Tour Issue DG S400

Original 2Ball White Hot, triple track mod 36"

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I bought one of these, 56/10, recently and just got it out on the range and the chipping area for the past few days. This is a very nice wedge, with nice spin around the greens. It is good on short shots, medium length shots, and full shots. The grind is very versatile, but I did find myself dig/chunk a few full shots although I can do that with any wedge that has 10 degrees of bounce or less. Feel is solid. I haven't gotten it out on the course yet, but initial impressions from range and short game testing are favorable.

Cobra SZ Tour Length 9.0 with Ventus Black 60 stiff shaft
Callaway Mavrik SZ 13.5 degree with GD Tour AD VR 75 stiff
Callaway Super Hybrid 17 degree with Tensei Pro Orange 80 stiff shaft
Callaway Super Hybrid 23 degree with Tensei Pro Orange 80 stiff shaft
TM P790 5-P with Fujikura Pro 95i shaft stiff tour spec
Ping Glide 2.0 raw 50 and 54 degree wedge 
PM19 60 degree raw wedge
TM Spider X Navy Blue 35 inch with white racing stripe

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