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Callaway Men’s Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (Chrome Finish, Custom Sole C-Grind)

February 2nd, 2015
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Callaway Men’s Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (Chrome Finish, Custom Sole C-Grind)

Callaway Men's Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (Chrome Finish, Custom Sole C-Grind)

Callaway Men’s Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (Chrome Finish, Custom Sole C-Grind) is the best selling callaway irons nowadays. Whenever you’re hunting for top rated callaway irons, then this product would be the real answer.

Tour Tested Design with more spin and versatility from everywhere. Roger Cleveland combined Tour players’ feedback on head shape and feel with an aggressive groove pattern and increased surface roughness to create an unparalleled scoring club. 39% larger grooves provide 25% more spin out of the rough. 5V groove found in 56*, 58*,60*64* wedges, 25% more spin claim based on full shots hit out of the rough compared to 2011 Forged Wedge. Increased surface roughness for more spin and control. Pre conditions the face to add surface roughness after the micro grooves wear off. C -Grind; Relief is ground out of the heel and toe, which enables golfers to lay the face open while effectively reducing the bounce angle. This allows for proper contact and

Besides from the affordability, this product also features with variety attractive features. This product will certainly complements your living needs.

  • 5V Groove Pattern
  • Laser Milled Micro Groove Pattern
  • Custom Sole Grinds
  • Tour-Inspired Shape; Created by Callaway Chief Designer Roger Cleveland; Forged from 1020 carbon steel for soft feel
  • Finish Options; Chrome produces a smoky, muted look that helps reduce glare; Slate finish oxidizes over time for a distinctive look

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  1. Gearhead Mania // February 2nd, 2015 at 7:51 pm
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Interesting C-Grind, more spin than SM5/RTX (for me at least), June 7, 2014
    By 
    Gearhead Mania (USA) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Callaway Men’s Mack Daddy 2 Wedge (Chrome Finish, Custom Sole C-Grind) (Sports)
    These are highly revered by many online reviewers and golf magazines, but I found that they felt “OK” and my Maltby wedges performed about the same. The only redeeming factor in my opinion, is that the Mack Daddy 2 features a C-grind that allows the face to be opened up quite a bit without causing the leading edge to stick up and skull the ball. Aside from that, the grooves and micro-texturing don’t seem to perform any differently from the Titleist Vokey SM5 or my Maltby wedges. The 58 degree loft and 14 degree bounce C-grind works in tight lies (fairway) as well as deeper rough. It is important to note that the overall length is 35.5″, which takes into account the grip. This may or may not be what you are looking for if you play your wedges at the same length as your pitching wedge.

    A few reviewers noted the trajectory is lower than what they expected, and I have to say that this is true. I tried the Vokey SM5 at Golfsmith, and the balls were much easier to get into the air. That said, the feel at impact is about the same for a forged wedge. The Mack Daddy 2 comes with True Temper Dynamic Gold Wedge flex shafts, which seem to be stiffer than a regular flex.

    The chrome finish is very beautiful and durable. It looks and feels just like the chrome finish you’d find on many firearm chambers/bores. The Lamkin Crossline grip is very comfortable and grippy. I wasn’t aware that Lamkin made so many grips for club OEMs, even the Rocketbladez and Speedblade TaylorMade irons use Lamkin manufactured grips.

    UPDATE 6 SEP 2014:
    After getting used to these MD2s for a few months, I decided to go back to the launch monitors and compare them with the Titleist Vokey SM5’s and check out the spin, trajectory, etc… The SM5’s have on average a 4-6 yd higher peak trajectory than the MD2s. However, the SM5s seem to average 3000 RPM total spin versus the 6000 RPM total spin with the MD2s. The carry/total yardage with the lower lofted SM5s are about 6-8 yards longer than the MD2s. However, the SM5 58 is on average 5 yards shorter than the MD2 58. The micro-grooves on the MD2 are starting to visually wear out, and sand/grit will cut into the clubface, but nothing seems to really phase them. I highly recommend you try out all of the wedges to match yardage gaps with your iron set versus just buying on loft alone.

    Overall: 5/5 stars, I like these a lot more than the Vokey SM5 and 588 RTX wedges.

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