TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedges – Precision and Control

I will be the first to admit that I do not own these wedges. However, I played some G with a buddy last week that plays them. Now, I’m not typically super impressed by anything a particular club does for the amateur golfer. I do believe you need the right equipment and you should get fit for your equipment, but when I see something that’s a game changer I have to share.

I have played numerous rounds with said buddy, his short game is decent but not great. Then he put the TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedges in his bag and what I saw was a thing of beauty. Incredible control and shot making. Throwing high pitches to short-sided pins and dialing in low checkers that stopped on a dime.

ZTP Groove Technology

This is where it starts. Transformative technology developed by TaylorMade that features steeper side walls and a sharper edge for maximum spin. Along with TaylorMade’s patented HI-TOE tech option that delivers high spin performance across the entire club face.

HI-TOE Technology

This is where the performance around the green is really enhanced. The leading edge has high bounce while the heel and toe offer excellent turf relief. These enhancements give these wedges the versatility to play chips, pitches, flop-shots and bump and runs depending on what the shot calls for…all with just one wedge design.

Milled Grind (MG)

TaylorMade has introduced advance milling techniques to ensure precise geometry throughout the design of the club. This MG technology delivers a consistent turf interaction and overall performance.

Precision Weight Port (PWP)

This is the last piece of the puzzle. The PWP technology creates a better center of gravity, saves weight from the hozel and for us amateurs helps prevent the dreaded ‘S’ word.

Bounce and Grind Options

Specifications

What the Pros are Playing

Game Changing Wedge Performance

As I previously mentioned I do not own these particular wedges. I have been playing a different brand for as long as I can remember. I am very brand loyal with my golf equipment. I am however, seriously considering trying these wedges out. As an amateur, saving shots around the green is absolutely critical.

If your looking for some new wedges I definitely suggest checking out the TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedges. You’re welcome! If you do try these out or if you already play these wedges let the community know by adding a comment or question below.

The Doctor Is Out…

Doc Mulligan

docmulligan@mygolfgeek.com

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