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JAWS MD5 Tour Grey Wedges

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Spin with Teeth
The Most Aggressive Groove In Golf

JAWS MD5 Wedges are crafted by Callaway Chief Designer Roger Cleveland with total performance: premium shapes, striking finishes, outstanding feel, unique versatility and exceptional spin.

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JAWS MD5 Wedges are crafted by Callaway Chief Designer Roger Cleveland with total performance: premium shapes, striking finishes, outstanding feel, unique versatility and exceptional spin.

Features & Details

  • Precisely Shaped for A Beautiful Look and Extraordinary Feel from 8620 Mild Carbon Steel
    Shaped by Roger Cleveland, these premium heads exude quality and superiority from every angle, while also delivering a soft and satisfying feel no other wedge can match. Two high-end finish options: Platinum Chrome and Tour Grey.
  • Optimized Head Progression
    Head shaping progresses from traditional shaped lob and sand wedges to a compact player preferred design in the gap and pitching wedges for a seamless transition into an iron set.
  • Premium Components for Premium Performance
    Men’s: True Temper Tour Issue 115 (steel) and Project X Catalyst 80 (graphite); Callaway Universal grip in Grey/Black. Women’s: UST Recoil Wedge shaft (graphite): Lamkin Comfort grip in black/blue.

“The spin you get from the JAWS Groove is remarkable! It’s all about the trajectory and control from the added spin- JAWS is absolutely the perfect name.”

Premium Stock Shaft Options

Premium Steel Shaft

Premium Graphite Shaft

For Stock Orders: Due to unprecedented demand across the golf industry, there is a shortage of shafts and grips. Though we will make every effort to install the inline “stock” shaft and grip, we may on occasion, need to substitute for an equivalent premium shaft/grip. This shaft would be in the same weight class and flex as the stock product, and the grip would be of similar weight and type. We appreciate your understanding and support as we continue to deal with this component shortage.