Milled Grind 2.0/Hi-Toe


Our Review:

Tour players often prefer wedges unfinished. The raw look is more than an aesthetic affectation. They believe that the groove in its pristine form is at its sharpest. That’s the goal here, too. Without the layer of protective chrome, which might be unevenly administered, the raw groove can push the edge—literally. The face design features more grooves, each narrower, deeper and with a sharper edge radius than past models. Laser etching between grooves adds friction. All the soles are milled so that curves and bounce angles are precisely and consistently set, wedge after wedge. The lineup, which benefits from the all-purpose Hi-Toe and Bigfoot designs, added a Tiger Woods-created option recently, the result of 15 years worth of notes, measurements and data on every wedge Woods has played. Read More >>

Price: $170
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Player Comments
  • mid

    Glides through the sand. Checked up easily on bump-and-runs. The rust face is compelling and effective.

  • high

    Solid around the green, and longer pitch shots were controllable. Good from the sand, too.

Club Specs


28 options (48 to 64 degrees); 6 sole grinds; 3 finishes

Club Specs

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