For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 18 new wedges to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Mizuno ES21 wedge. You can find the full list of wedges and test results here.
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Our take: A hollow-body wedge is not the type of scoring club we’ve come to expect from Mizuno, but consider us among the true believers of the ES21’s awe-inspiring technology and surprisingly efficient performance. According to a recent tester, “The weighting is amazing. I felt as though I always knew where the head was during the entire swing.” It looks like a traditional wedge but read below and you’ll quickly see it’s far from it.
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Mizuno ES21 wedge
The details: Featuring a hollow-body construction made of 431 stainless steel, the ES21 has a higher and deeper CG for a more controlled ballflight and a Grain Flow Forged clubface with Quad-Cut milled grooves and laser-cut Hydroflow Micro Grooves that combine for tremendous spin. It’s as high-tech as you can get with a wedge, all without compromising a versatile shape that makes it easy to use for open-faced lob and sand shots.