The spin control performance of the face has already been enhanced by a new, more precise milling tool that allows the loft-specific Quad Cut grooves to be cut as tight as possible to R&A and USGA limits for even more spin. Those loft-specific grooves are wider and shallower in the higher lofts from 54˚ to 62˚, then deeper and narrower in the lower lofts from 45˚ to 53˚, allowing golfers to really maximise spin on both full and partial shots.
This White Satin Wedge features:
Loft-specific Quad Cut grooves
Grain Flow Forged
The grooves aren’t the only things that vary according to loft, with the pitching wedge lofts from 45˚ to 48˚ featuring a straighter leading edge and topline for fuller shots, graduating into a more rounded profile in the highest lofts from 58˚ to 62˚. Those higher lofts also boast more visible grinds that narrow the sole to deliver crisp ball-striking from a wide variety of lies.
Mizuno has been Grain Flow Forging its iron and wedge heads since 1968, a process that compresses and maintains a consistent grain through the neck and hosel delivering the feel and the precise distance control so crucial in the wedge game.
Loft: 58°. Pease note pictures are for illustration purposes only.