Charles Schwab Challenge

Colonial Country Club



Callaway

Jaws MD5

Our Review:

The MD5’s primary objective is providing more spin on those partial shots closer to the green. Callaway designers believe that a key to spin is making the groove edges come in direct contact with the ball at impact. So rather than traditional vertical-groove walls, the grooves on the higher lofts feature walls that angle away from the base, not only exposing the edges for better grab but also allowing a more aggressive edge under USGA rules. Milled ridges between the grooves also help with spin. A new low-bounce version added to the company’s wide-sole option provides heel relief for the higher-lofted wedges. The MD5’s head shape progresses from a more traditional shape in the high lofts to a compact design in the lower lofts for a seamless transition into the short irons. Read More >>

Price: $160
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Ratings
Performance

45%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

Demand

5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Low-Handicapper

Attractive look, and very good from the sand.

Mid-Handicapper

Super versatile, gave me confidence in the sand, fairway and rough. Forgives those chunkier moves, too.

High-Handicapper
Club Specs

Lofts

23 options (46 to 64 degrees); 5 sole grinds; 3 finishes

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