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 T20 wedges. You can find the full list of wedges and test results here.
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Our take: Boron looks as though it’s here to stay, as Mizuno’s T20 has proven it to be the material of choice for added strength and consistency in its wedge designs. According to a tester, “I loved the beveled topline. It adds a boost of confidence, but still looks incredible clean. It’s subtle, but I’m a fan.” In our mind the Blue Ion finish is among our favorite golf club colors we’ve seen anywhere.
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The details: The precision, CNC-milled Quad-Cut Grooves vary depending on loft, helping to produce the right amount of trajectory control and spin for each club. The smaller Hydroflow Micro Grooves release moisture away at impact, helping to keep spin rates high. The T-20 features a traditional tear-drop shape that becomes more rounded with the higher-lofted models. Comes in two plated finish options (Satin Chrome and Blue Ion), a Raw model and multiple grind options.