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  • Callaway has done it again. Adding a fourth generation to the Mack Daddy Wedge series. I am honestly excited to see how these perform because their concept makes sense. THE MACK DADDY 4! What’s new? What’s different? What’s the purpose of buying these? It has to do with the new groove pattern Callaway has adapted. Roger Cleveland, one of Callaway‘s wedge designers, immediately went to the board and drew what he thought was the next best wedge in golf. He realized that there was so much space in between the main grooves of a wedge, that it is almost wasted […]

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    Callaway has done it again. Adding a fourth generation to the Mack Daddy Wedge series. I am honestly excited to see how these perform because their concept makes sense. THE MACK DADDY 4! What’s new? What’s different? What’s the purpose of buying these? It has to do with the new groove pattern Callaway has adapted. Roger Cleveland, one of Callaway‘s wedge designers, immediately went to the board and drew what he thought was the next best wedge in golf. He realized that there was so much space in between the main grooves of a wedge, that it is almost wasted […]

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  • Fairway Golf USA is getting ready for the U.S. Open. This year the U.S. Open is going to be played at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin. The course is set up perfectly for U.S. Open conditions: long, firm fairways, many fairway bunkers, little to now trees and THICK ROUGH.¬†With such conditions, players are likely to make a few equipment changes in the bag.   Although 7800 yards may sound long, you have to consider things like ball roll out and wind conditions. In the past, the common trend for PGA Tour players is to add hybrids and higher bounce wedges. […]

    Fairway Golf USA prepares for the U.S. Open

    Fairway Golf USA is getting ready for the U.S. Open. This year the U.S. Open is going to be played at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin. The course is set up perfectly for U.S. Open conditions: long, firm fairways, many fairway bunkers, little to now trees and THICK ROUGH.¬†With such conditions, players are likely to make a few equipment changes in the bag.   Although 7800 yards may sound long, you have to consider things like ball roll out and wind conditions. In the past, the common trend for PGA Tour players is to add hybrids and higher bounce wedges. […]

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