New Callaway golf club releases in late 2019

Callaway MD5 Jaws Wedges


From modest beginnings, Callaway has come a long way in the wedge game, and since acquiring Roger Cleveland, they now sit second only to Titleist Vokey wedges in global sales.

The new Jaws MD5 wedge replaces the very excellent MD4, and the lead technology story is aggressive grooves. The newly designed MD5 groove structure reduces launch angle by 1 degree and increases spin by 500 RPM on a 40-yard. To achieve this, Callaway has redesigned the edge of the sidewalls. Each one takes 10 minutes to mill, and the cutting tool is changed every 15 wedges to ensure strict design tolerances are met.

The Jaws MD5 also features Callaway's "Groove in Groove" technology, which creates 84 different points of impact on each wedge face. Particularly pertinent to those who tend to play a lot in wet conditions where groove in groove preserves over 800 RPM of spin.

The S-Grind: The stock or standard one wedge does all version. It's a mid-bounce offering available in every loft and a great universal choice.

The C-Grind: Less bounce and increased heel relief for players who want to lay the face open and get creative around the green. It will also suit links golfers or players with a generally shallower swing plane.

The X-Grind: More bounce and a wide sole, but again are for players who want to get creative with the face but who generally play in softer conditions. It'll also suit players who drop down steeply into the ball.

The W-Grind: A high bounce option which is the ultimate bunker club and a Tour-inspired low bounce version for pros to use on full shots into the green and to be versatile with around it.

Callaway EPIC Flash Hybrids


Callaway have extended their Epic Flash range with the introduction of the new Epic Flash hybrids. Designed specifically to improve ball speed.

This increased ball speed has come from the inclusion of Callaway’s revolutionary Jailbreak Technology, first seen in the original Epic range and has been present in Callaway’s offering ever since. Featuring two internal bars that that connect the crown to the sole, this stabilizes the perimeter of the face to improve deflection at impact for better ball speed.

As with the new Epic Forged irons, Callaway have also incorporated the use of tungsten weighting within the head to improve performance. Precisely shaped metal injection moulding (MIM) is used to create an optimal centre of gravity to enhance launch and trajectory control.

The new, lighter OptiFit 3 Hosel makes it even easier to dial in your launch and optimal ball flight for total adjustability, with the hybrids available in 18, 21, 24 and 27 degrees.

Callaway EPIC Forged Irons


Callaway Epic Forged Irons are an ultra-premium forged iron aimed at a wide range of game improvement golfers (6-20 handicap) who want exceptional look, feel, distance and forgiveness.

As with Callaway’s Apex 19 irons, the Epic Forged Irons are forged from 1025 carbon steel, and for the first time in a forged iron, Callaway offer tungsten weighting which allows the centre of gravity in each head to be precisely positioned to control launch.

A 360 Face Cup design employs a shallow, flexible rim around the perimeter of the face that flexes and releases at impact to promote fasters ball speeds and a new Variable Face Thickness (VFT) pattern has been used to provide spin and control in the mid and long irons.

Available at Golfbidder from the 9th August, Epic Forged is available in stock Aerotech Steelfiber FC and Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver Shaft options, and Golf Pride Tour Velvet Grips.

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