Mizuno T22 wedges

Mizuno's newest wedges have enhancements to improve feel and spin.

Mizuno T22 wedges

Gear: Mizuno T22 wedges
Price: $159.99 each with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Wedge shafts and Golf Pride Z Grip at Carl’s Golf Land and Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Specs: Forged 1025 boron steel with milled grooves and four sole grind options. Lofts from 45 to 62 degrees.
Available: October 14

To create muscleback and cavity-back irons for elite golfers, Mizuno has used a special forging process and specific materials for years, subtly tinkering with the shape of things like the leading edge, the topline and the sole width. However, from one generation to another, the clubs tend to look very similar because that’s what college golfers, aspiring pros and golfers with powerful, repeatable swings tend to like.

When it comes to wedges, Mizuno has traditionally followed the same recipe. Sure, the Japanese company has tinkered with blue-finished wedges, but there has always been a satin chrome option, a traditional teardrop shape and groove technologies to enhance spin that don’t distract golfers in the address position.

With the release of the T22 wedges, Mizuno continues to bring spin and control enhancing features to the short game in a package that should appeal to those who love the look of classic wedges.

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