Genesis Invitational

Riviera Country Club



Mizuno

T22

Hot List Gold 2023

Our Review:

WHAT IT DOES: There are plenty of subtle features that better players will appreciate. As usual with Mizuno, it starts with the grain-flow forging process that has been refined over the past 50 years at its facility in Hiroshima, Japan, to deliver a soft feel. The upper portion of the clubhead is flared to produce the high spin and penetrating flight that provide control on shots into the green. 

WHY WE LIKE IT: The T22 is one of the few forged models in this category. Mizuno takes pride in offering a variety of options in wedges just like it does with irons. Those include four finishes and four sole grinds in which the heel and toe relief increases as the lofts increase. Also, the X grind has extreme heel, toe and trailing-edge relief to bring out the short-game artist in you.  

Which one's for me?

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Price: $160
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Ratings
Performance

50%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Medium-Handicapper
"The beautiful, crisp, intensely communicative feedback makes you want to smile after you hit it. It felt that good. Good distance, too."
Handicap, 6
Medium-Handicapper
"Has a high ball flight on full shots. Easy to elevate. Confidence inspiring in your hands. Cut through turf easily on chips."
Handicap, 8
High-Handicapper
“Soft feel yet all the energy you need. I love the versatility: You can hit chips low or high, and it has a sweet thump from the sand.”
Handicap, 14
Club Specs
Models Finish Price
T22 Blue Ion, Denim Copper, Raw, Satin Chrome $160

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