Up for sale is a Used Right Handed Callaway MD3 Milled S Grind Wedge 52*-10 DG Wedge Flex Steel Golf Club
Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Wedge Flex Steel
Grip: Lamkin UTX Standard
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The MD3 Milled Wedges have 3 grinds and 3 grooves to give you the versatility for every shot, course condition and swing.
3 Grinds For Every Shot, Every Condition and Every Swing – We’ve developed 3 unique grinds to suit the shots you hit, the courses you play and the swings you make. It’s the versatility and selection you need to get up and down from anywhere.
W-Grind – A slightly wider sole. It’s perfect if you play in softer conditions or you come in with a steep angle to the ball. And it’s extremely playable out of all types of bunkers.S-Grind – Our most versatile option. It’s great for a wide range of conditions (normal, soft or firm), shot types, and swings (moderate to sweeping attack angles).C-Grind – Designed for firmer conditions and versatility around the green. The heel and toe relief allow for a number of shots, especially opening up the face and keeping the leading edge low.Progressive Groove Optimization – The MD3 Milled line has Progressive Groove Optimization – A 3 groove package precision milled into the face of these wedges that optimizes spin as you go up in loft. It creates a smoother spin transition from your 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 we put in wider 5V grooves in the lob wedges for better control for shots out of the rough and around the green.
Advanced Shaping and Design – Legendary Callaway wedge designer Roger Cleveland took Tour input and blended that with advanced CAD design. The result is a balanced wedge with a high toe profile and a semi-straight leading edge. The weight ports in the back of the wedge gave us the freedom to reposition the weight for better shot-making, especially out of deep rough.