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  1. 1. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here Designed by Roger Cleveland, with feedback from professional tour players, the new X Series JAWS Wedges produce maximum spin and versatility for your short game and provide tour-level feel in soft, forged carbon steel. Introducing the new X Series JAWS Wedges. These versatile wedges, forged of 1020 carbon steel, give you incredible spin and control with great versatility for precision shot- making. Plus, the wedges come in two gorgeous finish options – Soft Milky Chrome or Dark Vintage Finish – and you can choose steel or graphite shafts to suit your bag makeup and playing preferences. ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Finish and Shaft Options Mack Daddy Grooves C-Grind Sole Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it.
  2. 2. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here Designed by Roger Cleveland, with feedback from professional tour players, the new X Series JAWS Wedges produce maximum spin and versatility for your short game and provide tour-level feel in soft, forged carbon steel. Introducing the new X Series JAWS Wedges. These versatile wedges, forged of 1020 carbon steel, give you incredible spin and control with great versatility for precision shot- making. Plus, the wedges come in two gorgeous finish options – Soft Milky Chrome or Dark Vintage Finish – and you can choose steel or graphite shafts to suit your bag makeup and playing preferences. ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Finish and Shaft Options Mack Daddy Grooves C-Grind Sole Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it.
  3. 3. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here Mack Daddy Grooves Aggressively sized and designed at the maximum conforming depth and width* so you can take dead aim at the hole and enjoy shot- stopping spin and control. These grooves got their name from Phil Mickelson, who said they were “my Mack Daddy Grooves” the first time he tried them. *Callaway’s Mack Daddy Grooves conform to USGA rules; through the year 2024, they can be played and enjoyed by any golfers not playing on tour or in elite amateur competitions. ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Finish and Shaft Options Mack Daddy Grooves C-Grind Sole Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it.
  4. 4. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here C-Grind Sole The C-shaped sole design relieves the heel, toe and trailing edge and gives you ideal turf interaction; you can lay the face open while keeping the leading edge down where it should be. The sole grind, along with a tighter heel-toe radius and ideal bounce, give you confidence and versatility for precision shot-making on any shot around the green, from any lie. It plays as though it has much less bounce. ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Finish and Shaft Options Mack Daddy Grooves C-Grind Sole Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it.
  5. 5. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here Forged 1020 Carbon Steel There is nothing like the soft feel and exceptional feedback you get around the greens from forged 1020 carbon steel. Plus, the Triple Net Forging process – in which the billet of steel is heated and forged a total of three times – ensures incredible consistency and adherence to extremely tight design tolerance in every wedge. ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Finish and Shaft Options Mack Daddy Grooves C-Grind Sole Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it.
  6. 6. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here Finish and Shaft Options Choose Soft Milky Chrome or Dark Vintage; the choice is yours. You can also choose steel or graphite shafts to match your irons. ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Finish and Shaft Options Mack Daddy Grooves C-Grind Sole Forged 1020 Carbon Steel Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it.
  7. 7. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY Callaway Magazine: So what’s the story behind the Mack Daddy Grooves? Roger Cleveland: This design, cer- tainly, has brought a lot of spin and enjoyment to a lot of people. Short game is all about control. Phil Mickelson came to us and said he wanted to have the most aggressive groove allowable under the Rules of Golf. We knew those rules pretty well, but figured out a way tomaximize the geometry of the groove, and we built it. The result exceeded even Phil’s expectations, especially the first time he used it. He has an incred- ible testing technique; there’s a little 30-yard shot that he hits from the top of our Test Center over to the green. He swings full, and he’s very powerful; he swings right around 85 mph on a wedge that goes 30 yards. When you have all of those forces and that speed, you cre- ate a tremendous amount of friction and spin. So he looked down after he hit the shot – the shot hit the green and just ripped back across the green – and there was a skid mark, like a tire track of the golf ball, going up the clubface. He left part of the ball on the grooves, because the grooves were sharper than he was normally used to. And he said “That’s what I’m talking about; that’s my Mack Daddy Groove.” And we said hey, that’s cool, let’s use that. So that’s where the name came from. CM: Please explain Triple Net Forging. RC: Sure; to do that, let’s first talk about the forging process versus casting. Feel is so important in a wedge and car- bon steel provides the best material to satisfy this important ingredient. You can cast carbon steel, it’s called 8620 and it’s about the same feel and hard- ness as a 1020 forging, but it does not employ our Triple Net Forging process, which is when our billet of 1020 carbon steel is heated and then forged under extreme pressure. This is repeated two more times. This ensures an extreme- ly tight tolerance where consistency of design is so important. This means that less material is removed during the finishing of an X Series JAWS Wedge than a cast wedge, which is critical to reproduce this exact sole geometry and bounce specifications. CM: Tell us about the C-Grind Sole. RC: The name comes from the shape; it looks like a C. The inspiration comes from our tour players. As we hand grind EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it. Read moreGo Back
  8. 8. CONTENTS SEARCH ?WINTER 2009 SUBSCRIBE SHARE enter keyword here ATTACK THE GREEN Read more ROGER CLEVELAND, CHIEF OF GOLF CLUB DESIGN FOR CALLAWAY the soles for our tour players, we no- ticed that a lot of them were asking to relieve the heel on their wedges. We took this even further when we relieved the toe as well. In addition, we reduced the sole width, and also rounded the heel and toe radius of the sole. What this did was enable the leading edge to go under the ball easier on all types of shots from the rough, bad lies, bunkers, etc. When you open the face of other wedge designs, the leading edge comes up as well, and that makes it difficult to get the leading edge under the ball. So when you relieve the heel, and your first contact point is in the heel, you’re able to slide under the ball better, with more loft. There are different shots you can hit, little shots, when you spend a lot of time around the greens; you can actually hit shots off the toe. (Editor’s Note: Roger Cleveland spends a lot of time around the green; he installed a practice bunker in his back yard!) The C-Grind makes for a very interesting look and very effective design. We also vary the bounce in the heel area; we reduce it, versus the center, because when you hit shots with a square face you need the bounce on a full shot. Around the greens, you’ll tend to open it up a bit more. But you always want to be using the sole of the wedge. Some people have looked at our wedges and toldmewehavetoomuchbounce.When you have the combination of a narrow- er sole and the C-Grind, it doesn’t play like it has too much bounce, it actually plays like it has much less. It’s terrible for a wedge to not have enough bounce, because then you tend to dig and you lose confidence. CM: We heard that you have a secret for keeping your wedges looking great, especially the new Dark Vintage finish. RC: I do! With the right material and a bit of care and regular use, your wedge will get a nice patina. My secret takes off the rust and inhibits more rust, and it makes it look really good. It’s called Scotch-Brite; you use it to clean your pots and pans. It’s a scouring pad. They make it in different colors, but purple is best for your wedge. So just cut a lit- tle square of it to keep in your golf bag. Every so often, take it and just rub it over the club head in a circular motion for a nice patina. It really keeps it look- ing nice. EQUIPMENT X SERIES JAWS WEDGES. Forged In 1020 Carbon Steel Try it. Buy it. Go Back

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