Golf News – May 28, 2020

Callaway Unveils Jaws MD5 Raw Wedges

CARLSBAD, CA – Our JAWS MD5 Wedges are a breakthrough in wedge design and performance. Callaway ChiefDesigner, Roger Cleveland and his extensive R&D team have created a JAWS Groove to take spin and control to the next level. The result is a wedge with total performance: premium shapes, striking finishes, outstanding feel, unique versatility, and exceptional spin.

And now JAWS MD5 Raw is available in a new raw finish, which reduces glare and creates a popular look that many Callaway Tour Pros prefer. This lineup also includes new grind options based on Roger Cleveland’s extensive work with players on the PGA Tour.

JAWS Groove Design
The JAWS MD5 Raw features our proprietary JAWS groove, elevating the groove-edge sharpness to a new level, for maximum grip and spin from all types of lies. JAWS grooves are particularly effective from 80 yards and in, producing a player preferred “one hop and stop” trajectory.

Not Just High Spin, Consistent Spin
Each JAWS groove is rendered to the tightest tolerances we’ve ever achieved, promoting consistent spin-rates from shot to shot. JAWS adds a higher level of consistency that inspires confidence for all scoring zone shots.

Unparalleled Feel Unique to Callaway Wedges
Roger Cleveland is a master at delivering uniquely satisfying feel by combining the right designs with the right materials. JAWS MD5 Raw is constructed from 8620 mild carbon steel and the Center of Gravity of the wedges is precisely placed to create a soft, yet substantial feel.

Premium Shape and Construction
These wedges boast precise and appealing detailing that give them a premium look. They retain the row of four ports and medallions on the back of the head that make our wedges immediately identifiable. And the new raw finish provides a low glare option for players who prefer their wedges to rust over time.

New Grind Options
New T Grind (in 58* and 60*) is an increasingly popular choice on Tour, with a crescent sole, slightly thicker topline, and higher CG for controlled ball flight. The X Grind (in 54* and 56*) is a higher bounce option that promotes better shot-making.

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BOYNE Golf – Midwest’s Largest Golf Resort Reopens This Week

PETOSKEY, MI – BOYNE Golf is pleased to announce that after an extended period of resort closures and limited course offerings due to COVID-19, the Midwest’s largest golf resort destination is set to resume operations this Friday, May 29 at Boyne Mountain Resort, Boyne Highlands Resort, the Inn at Bay Harbor and all ten BOYNE Golf courses.

BOYNE Golf will now be at full golf strength with its final five golf courses opening along with a variety of restaurants open for seated dining at all three resorts. Golf courses include The Donald Ross Memorial and The Moor courses at Boyne Highlands, The Monument course at Boyne Mountain, as well as Links/Quarry and Preserve/Links at Bay Harbor Golf Club. Two people will also be allowed to ride in golf carts together.

During this down time, the Boyne team has reviewed all resort operations and have modified them to ensure that guests will still get the exceptional, friendly and personalized service, while minimizing exposure and maintaining safety. Social distancing will be implemented in all public areas; and there will continue to be heightened cleaning and sanitizing across all areas.

Escape and Experience a BOYNE Golf Package
Golfers looking for a great golfing road trip following weeks of sheltering at home should check out the “Play It Your Way” golf package. This includes two-nights lodging and four rounds of golf built your way.

Stay at Boyne Mountain Resort, Boyne Highlands Resort or Crooked Tree Cottages any night through June 26 as part of this limited time offer. Two nights and four rounds start at only $236 per person at Boyne Mountain, $286 per person at Boyne Highlands or $408 per person at Crooked Tree Cottages.

Deal ends Wednesday, June 24 at 6pm. Mention code: TIMETOGOLF when booking.

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