Callaway Golf expands its Customs lineup to include Epic, more wedges, balls
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Callaway Golf expands its Customs lineup to include Epic, more wedges, balls


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Callaway Golf is expanding its Customs program to include more of its equipment with more customization options.

What began last year with the Mack Daddy 3 Milled wedges has now been expanded to include the top-selling Great Big Bertha Epic driver, Mack Daddy Forged wedges, several golf balls and other apparel options.

In the case of the GBB Epic driver, Customs customers can select from eight color options with two paintfill areas for a slight upcharge to $550 per club.



The MD3 Milled and Mack Daddy Forged wedges can be designed with three- or 10-character stamping, as well scatter stamping. There are seven paintfill areas and a slew of options. This adds $15-$45 to the standard price of the wedge.

On the golf ball front, the Chrome Soft, Supersoft, Superhot and Warbird golf balls can be customized with up to 20 characters on three lines, as well unique alignment lines, initials and 10-character stamping in up to four colors. Custom numbers (00-99) are also available. Rates vary.

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