Callaway Golf expands its MD3 Milled wedge offerings
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Callaway Golf expands its MD3 Milled wedge offerings


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Callaway Golf is expanding its popular MD3 Milled wedge line, adding three new wedges to the lineup.

The company is releasing 50- and 52-degree versions of the W grind, as well a 64-degree version of the C grind.



The W grind -- the "W" is for wide, meant for players who come in steep and play in softer conditions -- has a cambered sole for ideal turf interaction and promotes a lower trajectory so players can make full swings expecting a consistent ball flight.

These first two wedges feature the line's 30V grooves that help in transitioning from short irons to wedges.

On the 64-degree wedge, an addition made after plenty of requests from players, the C grind keeps the leading edge low, even when the face is open. The heel and toe relief makes this possible, with the C grind designed for versatility. This club has 5V grooves, which are wider for better control out of the rough and close to the green.

There are now 18 loft-bounce options in the line, as well three groove configurations, three sole grinds and two finishes, with the satin chrome and matte black on offer through the brand.


The newest Callaway Golf MD3 Milled wedges will be available June 3 in either satin chrome or matte black finishes for $130 each.

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