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Callaway turns to Mickelson for latest wedge

Callaway Mack Daddy PM-Grind Wedge
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Phil Mickelson is a short-game wizard, there’s no denying that. From backward flop shots to countless hole outs, we’ve all seen what Lefty can do with a wedge, and now Callaway is putting the wizard’s wand in your hands with the Mack Daddy 2 PM-Grind wedge.

Phil Mickelson has worked hand in hand with Callaway wedge maker Roger Cleveland to design a wedge that would give him an edge on the PGA Tour and the amateur player an edge in their weekly Nassau.

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Released to Tour players at this week’s Valero Texas Open, Callaway’s Mack Daddy 2 PM-Grind wedge offers a uniquely shaded head with a high toe for greater surface area and grooves that run all the way across the face to allow players to be aggressive on every short-game shot.

Available to the public in May with an MSRP of $129, the PM-Grind wedge is offered in the following loft degrees: 56, 58, 60 and Lefty's signature 64.

No need to be a lefty either; the wedges will be manufactured in both right and left handed heads.