Callaway soon releasing the new “Tour Grind” Mack Daddy 2 Wedges

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by Zak Kozuchowski    |   June 2, 2014
Callaway has announced the release of its Mack Daddy 2 “Tour Grind” wedges, which have tour-validated C-Grind sole designs, as well as straighter leading edges and higher-peaked toes than the company’s original Mack Daddy 2 wedge models.

The Tour Grind wedges were first spotted on the PGA Tour at the Shell Houston Open in April, and players including Pat Perez, Matt Every, Patrick Reed, Freddie Jacobson, Branden Grace, Brian Stuard, Stuart Appleby, Sang-Moon Bae, Danny Lee and Nicolas Colsaerts have all used the wedges on the PGA Tour.

The Tour Grind, or T Grind wedges are available in lofts of 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees, and will be in stores on July 18 in both Callaway’s Soft Chrome and Slate finishes.

Like the Mack Daddy 2 wedges (click here to read our review of the MD2′s), the T Grind wedges are forged from 1020 carbon steel and have the company’s 5V grooves in the 58- and 60-degree models for maximum spin. The 52- and 54- and 56-degree models have Callaway’s 20V grooves, which produce slightly less spin.

The wedges come stock with True Temper’s Dynamic Gold S300 shafts, and use a Golf Pride “Whiteout” grip with an “acid yellow” accent color that matches the paint fill of the wedges.

Additional Specs
52° – 10° of bounce, 35.375” long, available in left hand

54° – 11° of bounce, 35.25” long, not available in left hand

56° – 11° of bounce, 35.25” long, available in left hand

58° – 9° of bounce, 35.125” long, available in left hand

60° – 9° of bounce, 35.125” long, available in left hand

Read more at http://www.golfwrx.com/214483/callaway-to-release-tour-grind-mack-daddy-2-wedges/#WMS2WSgVDD4YpQ87.99

About Andrew Hodson

I am the youngest with in a golfing family which has spanned three generations. My grandfather started the tradition in England (Bert Hodson-1931 Ryder Cup Team) and has since passed on his knowledge and love of the game. Although I did not follow in the steps of my father and grandfather on a professional golfing level, my love of the game and commitment to accurately fit equipment has only grown. Even as a kid I enjoyed re-gripping clubs which eventually led to refinishing wood heads, re-shafting, and now has culminated in more detailed custom club fitting, building, and repair.