Our Review:The sole of a wedge sets up the club for solid contact, so TaylorMade engineers sought more control of its shape. Instead of hand-finishing, each sole is computer-milled to make every curve and angle as precise as possible. Those subtleties include a channel in the sole to create two bounce angles, allowing for smooth turf interaction without excessive digging. An increased bevel reduces the leading edge for more flush contact with the ground.
Specs: 17 options (50-64 degrees), 4 sole grinds
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowYou can open that Hi-Toe so easily in the sand.You almost could carry it just for that.
midThe copper finish is subtle and provides good contrast from the face.