Callaway wedge gets slick new finish

2016 01 Callaway

• Callaway to release PM-Grind wedge in Matte Black
• Phil Mickelson had direct input in the club's design
• The Matte Black finish was requested by Tour players

CALLAWAY | PHIL MICKELSON

The Phil Mickelson-designed Mack Daddy PM-Grind wedge from Callaway is set for a new release in an all-new finish.

The wedge, which came out last year and was influenced heavily by five-time major winner Mickelson, will now be available in Matte Black due to overwhelmingly positive feedback on the finish from Tour players.

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Featuring the same great technologies that made the Mack Daddy PM-Grind such a popular choice, the wedge has a unique shape so players can be aggressive with their short game, while it also has a larger surface area and 39% more groove area that goes all the way across the face.

Add into that a high toe that moves the weight higher and it results in a versatile club that lets players accelerate through the ball and go after every shot – even when playing a flop out of a bunker or deep rough.

Callaway Mack Daddy Matte Black :: Pricing and availability

Lofts:  56˚ (RH & LH), 58˚ (RH Only), 60˚ (RH & LH) and 64˚ (RH & LH) with a stock KBS Tour V Wedge Shaft
Price: TBC
In shops: January 29, 2016

For more information, log-on to www.uk.callawaygolf.com or follow @CallawayGolfEU on Twitter.

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