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St Patrick’s Day Launch For ‘Lucky’ Callaway MD3 Milled Wedges

10.51am 17th March 2016 - New Products

Lucky Clover WedgesCallaway has today announced the introduction of a limited edition extension to its specialist hardware range, with a St Patrick’s Day launch of the MD3 Milled Lucky Clover Wedges, created by master-craftsman, Roger Cleveland.

Sporting a laser-etched four-leaf Lucky Clover and developed following extensive input from Tour players, these limited MD3 Milled Wedges – available in 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58° and 60° lofts – employ Callaway’s versatile S-Grind, perfect for normal, soft and firm playing conditions.

In store from today, the wedges also feature Progressive Groove Optimization, a 3-groove package precision-milled into the face to optimize spin as you go up in loft. This design feature creates a smoother spin transition from irons to wedges.

The 30V grooves in the Pitching and Gap wedges are built for shots that require a steep angle into the ball. The 20V grooves in the sand wedges are designed for full shots and bunker shots, and the wider 5V grooves in the lob wedges offer better control out of the rough and around the green.

The wedges come with a unique True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Black Onyx Shaft with a contrasting green True Temper decal. This is the first time ever a product has carried a ‘non-gold’ version of this iconic sticker, adding to the club’s special attraction.

Displaying a high toe profile and a semi-straight leading edge, each wedge utilises weight ports in the rear of the club to reposition mass for better shot-making, especially out of deep rough.

Chief club designer, Roger Cleveland, commented: “This special edition ‘lucky’ wedge will give all golfers extreme versatility from every type of situation, in a set-up and look preferred by some of the best players in the world.”

Each wedge is completed with a custom black and green cap Lamkin UTX Grip as standard. Callaway www.callawaygolf.com

       

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