MD4 Chrome Wedge
The New Standard for Wedge Performance
Mack Daddy 4 sets the standard for wedge performance by combining innovative performance technologies with premium components. It’s the finest collaboration yet between industry legend Roger Cleveland and Callaway R&D, and was influenced heavily by Tour pro input.
New Groove-in-Groove Technology for More Spin
Callaway’s proprietary Groove-In-Groove Technology combines a unique suite of features to provide more shot-stopping spin. The main grooves are saw-cut and horizontal milled to precise tolerances. The lower lofted wedges (52° and below) feature a 20D groove for a consistent spin on fuller shots, while the higher lofted wedges (54° and above) feature an aggressive 5D groove for maximum control out of the rough and around the green. The 16-groove configuration includes our extra “Nip-It” groove near the leading edge for added control, especially on short shots. The Micro-Positive surface roughness, milled into the flat parts of the face, features three raised micro-ridges, extending the length of the hitting area, with microgrooves between the ridges that help grab the ball’s cover to increase spin significantly on a variety of shots. This combination of grooves plus micro-grooves provides 84 different contact points to grab the cover. All Mack Daddy 4 grooves are 100% inspected with a digital stylus and special software to ensure the tightest tolerance within the USGA rules.
Tour Inspired Shaping
The Mack Daddy 4 is the most rigorously tested and Tour-validated wedge we’ve ever offered. Roger Cleveland’s tireless work on Tour refining shapes, soles, grinds and camber led to a more compact shape, straighter leading edge, tighter leading-edge radius and slightly more offset, compared to MD3 wedges. The tight radius makes it easy to make clean contact on tight lies for maximum spin and control.
Four Grind Options: C, S, W, and New X
C Grind: Increased relief, especially at the heel, making it easier to play shots with the face open. Ideal for medium-to- shallow attack angles and/or firm course conditions. 8° bounce.
S Grind: Medium-width sole with a slight ribbon at the back and moderate heel relief to keep the leading edge low through impact, promoting solid contact on open-faced shots. 10° bounce.
W Grind: Sole is wider at the center and toe and narrower at the heel, with moderate heel relief and generous front-to-back camber. That prevents digging without increasing bounce and keeps the leading edge close to the turf at impact. Great for open-faced shots. More versatile than our previous W Grind. 12° bounce.
New X Grind: The newest grind features a narrow, high-bounce crescent sole, with the low point near the front. Excellent for moderate-to-steep attack angles and medium-to-soft course conditions. 12° bounce.
Dynamic Gold 115 Shaft and Lamkin UTx Grip
Premium components that together promote great feel and maximum control
|Loft (*)||Bounce (*)||Grind||Groove Type||Length (")||Lie (*)||Swing Weight|
|Flex||Shaft Weight (g)||Torque||Kick point|
- Callaway Golf
- Open Box:
- Length & Lie:
- Not Available
- Mens Left Handed
- Lamkin Utx Chev Red/Silver (48g)
- Shaft Material:
- Shaft Name:
- True Temper DG 115 Tour Issue
- MD4 Chrome
- New, Factory Sealed
- (1) MD4 Chrome Wedge
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- 10CALMD4CMLHUNISST541001|3-7 Day
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- 10CALMD4CMLHUNISST541001|3-7 Day
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I was hesitant to buy these because I have never used a milled wedge before. I�€™m so used and particular to forged wedges because of there softness and feel.
Additionally I saw a you tube review stating that they have a clicky sound and are not very soft. However I gave these a shot because I couldn�€™t beat the price and play the same shafts in my irons.
After my first range session, I LOVED THEM!!! The feel is soft, especially when hit flush. The sound is like a thud (with dirt) and I didn�€™t feel and thing in my hands. You just know... Additionally I found the wedge very forgiving for a blade style. I mishit a few and the distance gap was only a yard or too. Yes spin went down but carry was very close.
The shaft is amazing and has a good feel throughout. Not too heavy (115g) unlike Cleveland wedges (127-130). I prefer a lighter shaft anyway.
For the money you can�€™t beat these wedges. I bought the wedges in S Grind from 48-54 and C Grind in 58. Most of the time I play in very firm bunkers and use my 58 as a sand wedge.
Hope this helps someone.