The new MD3 Milled Lucky Clover Wedges look great, they perform great, and they’re built to be your new good luck charm around the green. Here are 5 the key things you need to know about them:

1. They Have The Versatility For Every Shot You Need Around The Green

The MD3 Milled Lucky Clover Wedges have the S-Grind, which is our most versatile wedge grind, and it’s great for a wide range of course conditions and shots. It has the versatility you need to get up and down from anywhere. And our milled Progressive Groove Optimization is designed to optimize spin as you go up in loft so you have the right amount of spin you need for each shot.

2. Two Words: Roger. Cleveland.

Our legendary wedgemaker Roger Cleveland crafted these wedges with an advanced shaping, and the end result is a balanced wedge with a high toe profile and a semi-straight leading edge. The weight ports in the back allowed us to reposition the weight for better shot-making. If anyone can help your short game, it’s Roger.

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3. They’re Custom & VERY Limited

A wedge like this needs a sleek look, and they feature a limited edition True Temper Tour Issue Black Onyx Shaft, a custom black and green Lamkin UTX grip, and a lucky clover lasered on the head. Since it’s such a special wedge, our production quantities are extremely limited (so we’d suggest you act sooner than later).

4. Available in Six Lofts

Lucky Clover wedges come in 50° | 52° | 54° | 56° | 58° | 60°.

5. St. Paddy’s Day is THEE DAY!

Pre-order begins on March 11th and you’ll be able to find Lucky Clover wedges at retail on March 17th.

Here are a few stunners to hold you over:

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  • SBKGUY
    Reply

    Why did you put a 4 leaf clover on it but called it The Shamrock??? They are two different things..

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      Yep, we realize the difference @sbkguy:disqus but MD3 four-leaf clover doesn’t quite have the same ring to it.

      • jbigarow
        Reply

        No. I think not. If so, you would have changed the four-leaf clover to a shamrock. Not change the name to MD3 four-leaf clover. You are about to be laughed at by the Irish. Posers.

        • Brian
          Reply

          Now Rory will never use this wedge

      • PAJARTHUR
        Reply

        Being obsessive, of course I had to do some research. This is kind of a summation.

        While all shamrocks are clover, not all clovers are shamrocks. If you’re
        confused by the difference, you are not alone: even botanists have
        struggled to agree on what defines a shamrock. Although they may have
        different ideas, both botany and Irish legend have their own opinions of
        what makes a clover a shamrock.
        Even among botanists, there is some disagreement on what species is
        the “true” shamrock, but most agree that the White Clover is probably
        the original shamrock of Irish symbolic heritage. While trying to
        convert the Irish into Christians, St. Patrick used the shamrock to
        explain the holy trinity with each leaf representing the Father, Son and
        Holy Spirit. The three leaves of a shamrock are also said to stand for faith, hope
        and love. A fourth leaf is where we get the luck from. The four-leafed clover, or “lucky clover”, is an uncommon variation of the three-leafed clover, and widely considered to be a symbol of good luck. Because they are a mutation, they are rare, and not found in the same abundance as the shamrock,

        To further confuse things, if you look up Shamrock Images in Google, you get both 3 and 4 leaf images.

        The traditional Irish symbol of a shamrock does not include the fourth leaf.

        • A.J. Voelpel
          A.J. Voelpel
          Reply

          I expect a full book report from you @pajarthur:disqus by Monday morning. No excuses!

  • Jim Shields
    Reply

    Will they come in Left hand models?

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      Unfortunately only right-handed models will be available.

    • Brian
      Reply

      just learn to chip righty

  • PAJARTHUR
    Reply

    Love the look. Black/Green is awesome. In the market to replace my worn 60 degree. Will definitely take a look.

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      Glad you like ’em @paj@pajarthur:disqus!

  • Mtrewet
    Reply

    Looks like there are 6 lofts available, not the 5 they mention in #4 above.

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      Correct, it comes in 6 lofts.

  • Bo Faro
    Reply

    Can you use this club (60 degree) as a sand wedge?

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      100% Bo!

  • Dingalo
    Reply

    How/where do you pre-order

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      March 11th. Right here!

  • Eric Carstensen
    Reply

    So is online the only route in acquiring one of these beautiful clubs?

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      Nope, they’ll be available at retail stores nationwide Eric!

  • Bo Faro
    Reply

    AJ, If I wanted to use one of the 6 wedges as sand wedge as well as another wedge (2 in 1), which degree wedge would you choose? I definitely need help with a sand wedge but would like to use it for double duty. Thanks.

    • Brian
      Reply

      56 degree, 14 degree bounce is a winner for everything around the greens

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      These are all S Grind @bofaro:disqus. I’d recommend you go either W Grind (58° or 60°) or PM Grind (58° or 60°). That’s what Roger Cleveland would tell you too!

  • Bo Faro
    Reply

    56 degree, 14 degree bounce is a winner for everything around the greens — One more question then, If sand and short game are by far my biggest problems, I see your answer in the beginning which I highlighted but which W , S or I believe C would be the best especially where I want to use it in sand. Thanks

    • A.J. Voelpel
      A.J. Voelpel
      Reply

      No question that W is the grind for you if you’re looking strictly to use it out of the bunker. That’s the winner Bo!

  • PAJARTHUR
    Reply

    The only added comment I have (until after I probably buy one), is that I would have balanced the graphics and had the S Grind in white and made the Clover green.

  • Gymflake
    Reply

    Thank you Rodger! Got Two on order, 60 and 56! Have to trade in the old, MD3’s first!

  • Michael Santopietro
    Reply

    Here it is March 11th … and I am looking for the pre-order button somewhere on the Callaway site. Is it going to be available at a certain time?

    • Robert
      Reply

      I’m looking too..I don’t see where to order it

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