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New for 2011 - Mizuno MP T-11 wedge
by Dominic Pedler
May 2011

Having been boxed into a corner over square (or, more accurately, ‘high volume’) grooves, it didn’t take long for the leading wedge scientists to come up with some exotic new groove initiatives that still conform to the USGA’s and R&A’s new rules.

Mizuno’s MP T-11 Quad Cut range is unique in having two rather different groove styles to optimize spin according to loft.

The 50- thru’ 54-degree models have narrower, deeper grooves appropriate for the fuller, squarer strikes normally associated with these longer distances; while the 56-64 degree models have a wider, shallower design that better complements shorter, partial strikes where the golf ball does not fully compress (but where spin rates have been most affected by the rule changes).

Guide: £105 -


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