Mizuno T24 wedges: 5 things you need to know

Mizuno T24 wedges

Mizuno's new T24 wedges come with plenty of options for every player type.

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Realizing not everyone has the time to consume every piece of content on club launch days, we’re trying something different and offering a fresh version of our detailed tech write-ups that hits the high points. Here’s what you need to know about Mizuno’s T24 wedges.

More Mizuno than ever

Rather than try and be something they’re not, the engineers behind Mizuno’s new T24 wedges decided to fully lean into the heritage and design characteristics that make Mizuno wedges stand out by refining their shapes and making them more compact.

Mizuno T24 wedge 2023
Mizuno has gone to a more compact profile with their new t24 wedges Mizuno Golf

The more compact wedge profile was created by reducing the width of the top line and shortening the blade length. This shorter blade length freed up more mass to be positioned higher in the head to help control spin and trajectory — all great things to have in a player’s focused wedge.


Mizuno T24 Custom Wedge

The new Mizuno T24 Wedge is a re-work of the prolific T-Series wedge, with subtle top-line refinements visible from the playing position. Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima Japan, to ensure precise shaping and an unrivalled touch around the green. Now with a higher spinning QUADCUT+ Grooves and five unique sole profiles. Grain Flow Forged HD: One-piece Grain Flow Forged HD from 1025E Pure Select mile carbon steel at Mizuno’s iconic facility in Hiroshima, Japan. Where Mizuno irons have been produced since 1968. 1025 Boron : A carbon steel that featurs 30% greater strength. Refined Topline: Mass taken from the toe portion and a lower hosel blend creates a smaller profile without loss of effective hitting area. Quad Cut + Grooves: An adjustment of the groove shoulder camber and the taper of the groove profile allows a tighter groove pattern for increased spin rates on all shots. Wrap-Around Sole Relief: Increased sole relief from heel to toe across all 5 grind options. Spin-weighted Blade Design: A flared upper portion of the blade creates higher spin and penetrating trajectory, particularly from strikes high on the club face. 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 these wedges flows throughout the set to give more control and versatility. Bounce Specific Sole Grinds: Matched bounce and sole grind for an ideal level of versatility.S-Type:  high bounce with limited relief for full shots.D-Type:  mid bounce with moderate relief for gentle manipulation.C-Type:  mid/high bounce with generous relief for a wide range of players and conditions.V-Type:  high bounce with aggressive relief for versatility on square and open faced shots.X-Type:  low bounce with aggressive relief for advanced players for the most 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 Harmonic Impact Technology: Fine tuned head geometry delivers ideal impact feel and feedback
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Sharp looks

The refined shaping of the T24s doesn’t just stop at the topline and blade length. With the trend of more players replacing their pitching wedges with specialty wedges that flow into their gap, sand and lob wedges, the T24s offer a progressive leading edge and hosel transition to help frame the ball.

Mizuno T24 wedge group
Mizuno has completely modernized the look of the new T24s Mizuno Golf

That means clubs intended for more full swings (pitching and gap wedges) have straighter lines and a lower heel, and from there the heads transition to a progressively more rounded profile into the sand and lob wedges. One more thing: Mizuno replaced their loft and bounce badges with stamped lofts to offer a cleaner and more modern look.

New Grooves

What often gets lost in the sauce of the wedge world is that Mizuno was one of the first companies to offer a progressive groove design depending on the loft of the wedge.

Mizuno T24 grooves
Variable grooves mean more spin on every shot Mizuno Golf

This means that clubs with less loft, like pitching wedges and gap wedges, have a narrower and deeper groove optimized for full swing performance, while wedges more often used on partial shots have wider and shallower grooves.

This continues with the T24s except that the grooves have a new more conical shape around the radius to increase sharpness to go along with Mizuno’s continued use of the hydro flow micro-grooves to help channel moisture away faster for better wet condition spin retention.

Grinds for all

Having properly fit wedges is crucial for performance and beyond simple lie, loft, and shaft adjustments, the most important with wedges is having the right grind to fit your swing profile.

Mizuno T24 wedge grinds
Mizuno has updated their wedge grinds to offer more variety Mizuno Golf

The T24s offer Mizuno’s most robust grind options to date (5 grinds across 17 loft options), including a new tour-inspired V-grind that pushes more bounce toward the leading edge while still offering a large amount of heel and toe relief for versatility.

Price and Availability

The all-new Mizuno T24 wedges will be priced at $179.99 in all three finishes and come stock with True Temper’s Dynamic Gold S400 tour issue and UST Recoil 460 as the stock women’s shaft option.

The T24 wedges will be available in retail and online beginning September 14th.

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Ryan Barath

Golf.com Editor

Ryan Barath is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s senior editor for equipment. He has an extensive club-fitting and -building background with more than 20 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. Before joining the staff, he was the lead content strategist for Tour Experience Golf, in Toronto, Canada.