Mizuno T22 Blue Ion Wedges Clearance Clearance
ONE-PIECE GRAIN FLOW FORGED
The Mizuno T22 Blue Ion Wedges Clearance. More than fifty years of refining our Grain Flow Forging process in Hiroshima, Japan – ensure that Mizuno wedges are unrivalled for touch and feel around the green. Played by one of the greatest short-game players of any generation - Luke Donald. Now with an additional soft feel copper underlay and the option of 4 levels of sole grind..
- Grain Flow Forged HD: One-piece Grain Flow Forged HD from 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel at Mizuno's iconic facility in Hiroshima, Japan – where Mizuno irons have been produced since 1968.
- 1025 Boron: A carbon steel that features 30% greater strength
- Harmonic Impact Technology: Fine tuned head geometry delivers ideal impact feel and feedback
- Quad Cut Grooves: Milled narrow/deep grooves optimized for stronger lofts and wide/shallow grooves optimized for higher lofts
- Hydroflow Micro Grooves: Laser etched microscopic grooves help channel away moisture for maximum spin in wet conditions
- Face Milling Lines: Increased surface roughness to increase spin nearer the green
- Loft/COG Flow Design: The COG of the wedge flows throughout the set to give more control and versatility
- Bounce Specific Sole Grinds: Matched bounce andsole grind for an ideal level of versatility
- Loft Specific Head Shapes: Graduated head shapes from pitching wedge to lob wedge ideally suited for how each wedge is used
- Copper Underlay: Thin copper layer beneath a nickel chrome to provide a further enhanced impact feel
- 50° Loft / 7° Bounce
- 52° Loft / 9° Bounce
- 54° Loft / 8° Bounce
- 56° Loft / 10° Bounce
- 58° Loft / 8° Bounce
- 60° Loft / 6° Bounce
- True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Steel available in Stiff (S400) Flex
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