Callaway X-Forged White Chrome Mack Daddy Lob Wedge Wedge 60° Used Golf Club

$39.99
Right Hand Only
Lob Wedge Only
-1.50 inch Length Only
Black/None Standard Lie Only
60 Degree Loft Only
10 Degree Bounce Bounce Only
Wedgeflex Flex Only
True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel Shaft Only
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Callaway X-Forged White Chrome Mack Daddy Wedge Preowned Golf Club
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Golf Club Condition
Brand
Callaway
Model
X-Forged White Chrome Mack Daddy
Club
Lob Wedge
Dexterity
Right Hand
Player Type
Men
Includes Headcover
No
Grip
Standard
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft
True Temper Dynamic Gold
Flex
Wedgeflex
Length
34′′
Loft
60°
Lie Angle
Black/None Standard
Bounce
10°
SKU
1013352-AMZ-3B3-ABR
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Description

The Callaway X-Forged wedges, designed by Roger Cleveland with input from Tour players, are constructed from soft 1020 carbon steel for unmatched feel and have a tight heel-toe radius for more versatility around the greens. The Mack Daddy grooves are aggressively sized to provide Tour-level spin, trajectory and distance control.

Condition Description

Clubs in Very Good Condition have been played with and cared for in an appropriate fashion. The markings that you will likely find on Very Good Condition products will show typical wear of models of its age. All of the wear is purely cosmetic, and will not in any way affect the performance of the club. Among the wear that you may see on clubs in Very Good Condition: NOTE: Some wedges are designed to rust over time. This is not considered adverse wear. Normal ball marks on the face with minimal groove wear; minor scratching on the sole and in the cavities; no significant wear on the shaft.
Very Good Condition
Wedge Example
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Very Good Condition
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Features

  • The 58-10 and 60-10 models feature C-Grind soles that provide more shot-making capability around the greens from most any lie.
  • The 56-14, 58-9. 60-9, 62-9, and 64-9 models feature a standard sole grind.

Customer Reviews

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Great Feel and Great Spin
By TJ on 3/9/2011
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Have been playing golf for 11 years now, and I have played with many different brands of wedges including Taylormade, Titleist, Cleavland, etc.
I was looking for new wedges and heard great things about Callaway wedges. So far these are my favorite of anything I have tried. I was looking at either the Jaws or the X-Forged so I demoed both and choose the X-Forged, here is why.

I bought both the 52 and 56 degree wedge

1.) Feel - the ball coming off the club face had the same feeling but the X-Forged club head to me had a better weight at the soul of the club where I like. The Jaws felt heavy from the soul to the top line, I did not care for the heavy feeling.

2.) Spin - the Jaws come with the MD groves in all lofts where the X-Forged only comes in the sand wedge and lob wedge. I did notice I spun the 52 Jaws much more than the X-Forged as the X-Forged did not have the MD groves. My 52 is my 105-85yd club. With the Jaws I was only getting 100yd and the harder I swung the more spin I had. The X-Forged kept my same distance. The 56 has the MD and checks up perfectly around the green no matter what lie or how thick the rough.

3.) Price - I shopped around for the best price and found that GlobalGolf had the best prices. I looked through the used section and found the X-Forged in the lie and loft I wanted for $50 a piece, compared to the $119 for the new Jaws. The condition said Mint which I was expecting a little bit of wear on the from being in the store but the Mint looked brand new not a mark on the clubs. I was very happy with my purchase.


Only cons I have are.

1.)The offset seems a little more with these wedges that my other ones but not a major difference where it affects my play.

2.) I wish I would have gotten the 56 with a c-grind (just was not in stock for used at the time) the c-grind would open up the 56 a little bit more, but I really do not think it would have made too much of difference. If you are thinking whether or not to get the c-grind, get the c-grind you will want it if you do not have it.

3.)I really like these wedges and when I want to upgrade again I will most likely have to find a different brand as I do not like the Jaws as they are the newer wedges for Callaway.

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Callaway X-Forged White Chrome 58
By Jamie on 3/31/2011
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I was looking to upgrade from my Ping Eye 2 wedges, so I looked on here and found the X-forged white chrome 58 lob/sand wedge. I replaced my old 60 with this 58.
Pros:
Increased spin-I have never had a problem spinning the golf ball, but the mack-daddy grooves help grab it and really spin the ball. This helps with the control when trying to get the ball close.
Balanced feel-The whole club feels very balanced and enhances the feel when making contact.
Bunker performance-I threw out my 56 wedge once I started practicing using the 58 out of the bunker. I can get under the ball nicely and can get it up and over any high lips that I may encounter. This club has made bunker play easy for me once again.
Ball workability-I really like to work the ball with my wedges. This club allows me to draw and cut the ball very easily and effectively.
Cons:
Chrome Finish-When it is really sunny out the chrome finish produces a pretty bad glare and can affect contact by temporarily blinding you.
Hard to hit-I went from a cavity back wedge straight to this, so it took me a little while to get used to it. I had a few shanks here and there but I eventually got used to the club and rarely shank it now.
Bounce-My 58 has about 12 degrees of bounce, which is great out of the bunker, but on short pitch shots I just don't feel like I get the kind of control or consistency I would like to have. Sometimes the bounce allows the club to slide up under the ball too easily on my pitches which leaves them short.
Factory grip-Obviously the grips that are put on at the factory are not the best, but I figured I would mention that this one is not very good as well. I have really sweaty hands and that combined with humid weather do not bode well for gripping the golf club effectively with a slick grip. I changed my grip to a midsize golf pride multi-compound. That did the trick.

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