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Callaway PM Grind Tour Grey Sand Wedge Wedge Golf Club

Right Hand Only Wedgeflex Flex

Regular Flex

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Wedgeflex Flex

Sand Wedge

Lob Wedge

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Sand Wedge

56° Loft

56° Loft

58° Loft

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60° Loft

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64° Loft

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14° Bounce

10° Bounce

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12° Bounce

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14° Bounce

Standard Length

Standard Length


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Black/None Standard Lie Only FST KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 Steel Shaft

FST KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 115 Steel Shaft

FST KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 Steel Shaft

New Condition

New Condition $159.99

Certified Preowned $148.99

  • Thorough Cleaning
  • 6-Point Inspection Process
  • 12 Month Limited Warranty

Very Good Condition $129.99

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PM Grind Tour Grey
Player Type
Clubs Type
Sand Wedge
Right Hand
Lie Angle
Black/None Standard Lie
FST KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 Steel
Sand Wedge
Has Headcover
Has Tool
Shaft Material
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The Callaway PM Grind wedge, co-created by Phil Mickelson and Roger Cleveland, features micro-grooves on a 20° angle to promote added spin on chips, pitches and lobs. The increased offset and higher center of gravity from the higher toe helps players control trajectory on full and partial shots while the C-Grind sole provides generous relief at the heel and toe for crisp, clean contact from a variety of greenside lies.


  • Offset Groove-in-Groove Technology for high spin on chips, pitches, and lobs
  • Increased offset and higher center of gravity from the higher toe together help players control trajectory on full and partial shots
  • C-Grind sole configuration for crisp contact from a broad range of lies
  • Premium Components and finishes


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Great Wedge
By Brandon R. on 3/11/2019
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Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

I’ve played the older PM Grind for the past year with great success. The 2.0 version is a worthy upgrade. It feels a bit lighter, which is taking some getting used to, and you’ll definitely want to open the face on tight lies, because the leading edge tends to dig a little more than the previous model. But that also eliminates those awful thin shots that skitter fifty feet past the hole on mishits. But once you get the feel of this club, it’s money.

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Technology / Specs

Two of golf’s greatest short game minds, Roger Cleveland and Phil Mickelson, joined forces to design the Callaway PM Grind 2019 wedges. Read about what they came up with here.

Offset Groove-in-Groove Technology

Groove-in-groove technology was first introduced in the Mack Daddy 4 wedges. This feature adds additional vertical grooves to the club face, in between the traditional grooves. These added grooves increase friction with the golf ball, equaling more spin.

On the PM Grind 2019 wedges, Phil wanted grooves that add spin on open-face shots. He suggested placing the grooves at a 20° angle, called Offset Groove-In-Groove technology. The lines are perpendicular to the target and promote more spin on lob shots.

More Offset, Higher Toe

To hit better knockdown shots, Roger and Phil added more offset to the design of the PM Grind 2019 wedges. More offset makes it easier to position the ball back in your stance, the ideal spot for hitting those low-flying, high-spinning shots into the green.

The familiar high toe feature of the PM Grind wedges also gets an upgrade. On the 2019 wedges, the toe is higher, increasing the hitting area, especially on flop shots from tall grass. This change was made possible by taking more weight out of the sole, moving the CG up for lower ball flight.

C-Grind Sole

Grind on a wedge is arguably the most important aspect that effects performance. For the PM Grind 2019 wedges, Roger and Phil felt a traditional C-Grind sole was the best fit. That grind has plenty of heel and toe relief, allowing you to hit a wide variety of shots from all around the green.

PM Grind 2019 wedges come in 2 finishes, Platinum Chrome and Tour Grey. See the chart below for stock specs of the PM Grind 2019 wedges.

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