Taylormade hi-toe

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  • dpb5031dpb5031 Members Posts: 5,237 ✭✭

    I really like the stock KBS Hi-Rev. Play Modus 105x in my irons

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  • Jetierney13Jetierney13 Members Posts: 50 ✭✭

    @dpb5031 said:
    I really like the stock KBS Hi-Rev. Play Modus 105x in my irons

    Agreed with this. I play Tour Issue X100 in my irons but my 52, 56, 60/64 I play the stock KBS and have zero issues.

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  • EricWGolfEricWGolf Members Posts: 594 ✭✭

    Ordered mine with the same Modus 120s I have in my irons. Money.

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  • NDGolfer13NDGolfer13 Members Posts: 1,210 ✭✭

    Put one in the bag last week and it’s realy good for me. Got a 60 sb and it’s easy to hit off most lies.

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  • StanksStanks Everything I post is confrontational Members Posts: 1,278 ✭✭

    Oh yeah. No flack against the stock shaft. It's been good to me thus far but, the more I've been playing with X100s in my iron set and my Vokeys with S400, this is just the last key to the puzzle. Like most of us, I want consistency in the game and bag throughout. From the irons, to the grips, and to the shafts. We will see what comes from this.

  • DODGEMANIAC32123DODGEMANIAC32123 Members Posts: 77 ✭✭
    edited Apr 10, 2019 2:25am #217

    What's the consensus between the 4 way and ATV grind on a 60 deg. Hi toe? I recently got a 56.10 to try and it is great to open up and for shots around the green but is worse then my previous Callaway md3 s grind from the sand.

  • dpb5031dpb5031 Members Posts: 5,237 ✭✭

    @DODGEMANIAC32123 said:
    What's the consensus between the 4 way and ATV grind on a 60 deg. Hi toe? I recently got a 56.10 to try and it is great to open up and for shots around the green but is worse then my previous Callaway md3 s grind from the sand.

    I have a 64 (bent to 62) with the ATV grind. I find it to be very versatile. When set square and up to about 30 degrees open, the leading edge remains pretty flush to the ground. Opening it up for bunker shots or flops exposes more of the bounce.

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  • JoshzillaJoshzilla Members Posts: 320 ✭✭

    @Stanks said:
    Anyone switching the shafts in their HT? I have S400 in my 46, 50, and 55 Vokey SM7s and am just feeling goofy with the stock KBS shaft in the Ht. It feels like a wet noodle even on 3/4 shots. I have an S400 read to be loaded and installed but wasn’t sure if I was the lone soldier in this adventure. I’ll probably change them out this weekend.

    Nah man, I'm with you. I like a specific feel and I want it through the whole bag. In the irons I play x100 and I have s400 in my Hi Toe wedges.

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  • JoshzillaJoshzilla Members Posts: 320 ✭✭

    @extrastiff said:
    Dueller wrote:

    I have one more spot in my bag and man im debating weather or not to get one of these in 60* or get the RTX3 to match my set. What bounce is everyone having success with? I would want it as versatile as possible around the green and bunker. Thinking the ATV sole if I was to pull the trigger?

    if going 60 I would go 4 way. 12 bounce (atv) was too much for flop shots. Even the 8 degrees was, I took mine down to 5 degrees for that reason

    I've gotta disagree. The ATV has made flops super easy for me. It might be challenging on a super tight lie but in general I prefer the higher bounce.

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  • EricWGolfEricWGolf Members Posts: 594 ✭✭

    Love the ATV grind.

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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭

    Just put in an order for the Hi-Toe 60 degree ATV grind with stock shaft and MCC+4 grip. Super stoked should be here next week

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  • bogeyprobogeypro The Original Bogeypro ALClubWRX Posts: 3,253 ClubWRX

    Loving my hi-toe wedges. I have the 52 and 58. 58 has the 4 way grind, not the atv. Very versatile as well.

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  • n_ronesn_rones Members Posts: 540 ✭✭

    Purchased one of these off the BST last night after looking them over for a while. I heard some people are not the biggest fan of the higher lofted ones (58,60,64) on full swings. Currently with my 58 i only use it inside of 60 yards and situation-ally i never take a full swing with the club so the versatility of the Hi-Toe sounds perfect to me. I snagged one in a 58 atv grind and hope to have it next week to try out. Ill hit some full swings on the range just to see what the fuss is but im excited to give it a go.

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  • GC70GC70 What's Next? ClubWRX Posts: 7,542 ✭✭

    Great looking wedges, but I just can't get them dialed in. I have the 54 & 58. The 54 is very long on full shots compared to all my other wedges I've gamed and still game. The 58 is very inconsistent for me, it seems really hot. I'm going out now to give them another shot on my home course.

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  • ZNDavisZNDavis Members Posts: 54 ✭✭

    Love my 58 degree ATV Hi-Toe. Everything 80 and in.

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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭

    So got a call from my local shop that the ATV 60* heads are on backorder until the middle of June. So decided for now to go with the 4 way sole 60*. still super pumped.

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  • kgeorge78kgeorge78 Members Posts: 7,824 ✭✭

    ive tried these many times and come away super impressed every time. I can flop the 60 off cement. The ATV is really good. I could play either one no problem.

    How are these on full shots??

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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭

    @kgeorge78 . On the sim it was pretty good. not too high of a ball flight and didnt seem to balloon. I really like the KBS stock shaft that is in it. Good spin as well.

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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭

    Since the ATV grind is backordered I was going to wait but couldn’t resist on a gently used 60* with ATV.

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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭
    edited May 19, 2019 1:56am #231

    Question for you guys I got a deal on a used 56* hi toe and when I got home I realized the shaft label says hi rev 2.0 120

    But my 60 degree hi toe hi rev shaft says 115.

    The Taylormade website has the hi rev 2.0 115 as the stock shaft. Conventional wisdom tells me that that whoever had the 56 before me slapped an aftermarket 120 shaft in it. My only curiosity is the shaft label is copper like the 115. Is the 120 stock for the 56?

    Thanks as always guys

    *****EDIT*****

    Never mind I saw on the custom components for TM they offer both 115 and 120 in the HiRev shafts with the copper shaft label. Now I have a used 56 with 125g shaft and 60 with 115g shaft. Any sense is matching the 125g shaft in the 60 as well?

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  • dpb5031dpb5031 Members Posts: 5,237 ✭✭

    @AG12 said:
    Question for you guys I got a deal on a used 56* hi toe and when I got home I realized the shaft label says hi rev 2.0 120

    But my 60 degree hi toe hi rev shaft says 115.

    The Taylormade website has the hi rev 2.0 115 as the stock shaft. Conventional wisdom tells me that that whoever had the 56 before me slapped an aftermarket 120 shaft in it. My only curiosity is the shaft label is copper like the 115. Is the 120 stock for the 56?

    Thanks as always guys

    *****EDIT*****

    Never mind I saw on the custom components for TM they offer both 115 and 120 in the HiRev shafts with the copper shaft label. Now I have a used 56 with 125g shaft and 60 with 115g shaft. Any sense is matching the 125g shaft in the 60 as well?

    They offer both the 115 and 120 HiRevs through their "custom options." Interestung that the 115 is touted as lower launch than the 120.

    I have the 115 in my 64 (bent to 62) and love that I can flight it down. Even on full swings it carrys the same yardage with lower peak height than my previous Ping 60

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    Ping Glide 2.0 - SS 54 (bent to 55 & 2 flat)
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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭

    @dpb5031 said:

    @AG12 said:
    Question for you guys I got a deal on a used 56* hi toe and when I got home I realized the shaft label says hi rev 2.0 120

    But my 60 degree hi toe hi rev shaft says 115.

    The Taylormade website has the hi rev 2.0 115 as the stock shaft. Conventional wisdom tells me that that whoever had the 56 before me slapped an aftermarket 120 shaft in it. My only curiosity is the shaft label is copper like the 115. Is the 120 stock for the 56?

    Thanks as always guys

    *****EDIT*****

    Never mind I saw on the custom components for TM they offer both 115 and 120 in the HiRev shafts with the copper shaft label. Now I have a used 56 with 125g shaft and 60 with 115g shaft. Any sense is matching the 125g shaft in the 60 as well?

    They offer both the 115 and 120 HiRevs through their "custom options." Interestung that the 115 is touted as lower launch than the 120.

    I have the 115 in my 64 (bent to 62) and love that I can flight it down. Even on full swings it carrys the same yardage with lower peak height than my previous Ping 60

    Worth the money to change the 56* with the 125g shaft to the 115 so it matches the lob? My iron set has PX LZ 120g shafts

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  • dpb5031dpb5031 Members Posts: 5,237 ✭✭

    @AG12 said:

    @dpb5031 said:

    @AG12 said:
    Question for you guys I got a deal on a used 56* hi toe and when I got home I realized the shaft label says hi rev 2.0 120

    But my 60 degree hi toe hi rev shaft says 115.

    The Taylormade website has the hi rev 2.0 115 as the stock shaft. Conventional wisdom tells me that that whoever had the 56 before me slapped an aftermarket 120 shaft in it. My only curiosity is the shaft label is copper like the 115. Is the 120 stock for the 56?

    Thanks as always guys

    *****EDIT*****

    Never mind I saw on the custom components for TM they offer both 115 and 120 in the HiRev shafts with the copper shaft label. Now I have a used 56 with 125g shaft and 60 with 115g shaft. Any sense is matching the 125g shaft in the 60 as well?

    They offer both the 115 and 120 HiRevs through their "custom options." Interestung that the 115 is touted as lower launch than the 120.

    I have the 115 in my 64 (bent to 62) and love that I can flight it down. Even on full swings it carrys the same yardage with lower peak height than my previous Ping 60

    Worth the money to change the 56* with the 125g shaft to the 115 so it matches the lob? My iron set has PX LZ 120g shafts

    No way. I wouldn't waste the time, effort, and money. Yours should match fine with the PX LZs, plus....in wedges, with such short shaft lengths, it's nothing to be concerned about. The 115 in your 60 might be a tad lower launching, but I find that to be a good thing in my 60 which I use mostly for partial swings anyway

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  • puttingmattputtingmatt puttingmatt Summer/ Michigan-- Winter/ FloridaMembers Posts: 5,122 ✭✭
    edited May 21, 2019 12:44am #235

    For those playing the 56* wedge, how versatile is it
    laying it open on 1/2 and 3/4 length shots? Or are you strictly using it in bunkers ? Is there a fair amount of relief in the heel for the standard bounce.



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  • AG12AG12 Members Posts: 739 ✭✭

    @dpb5031 said:

    @AG12 said:

    @dpb5031 said:

    @AG12 said:
    Question for you guys I got a deal on a used 56* hi toe and when I got home I realized the shaft label says hi rev 2.0 120

    But my 60 degree hi toe hi rev shaft says 115.

    The Taylormade website has the hi rev 2.0 115 as the stock shaft. Conventional wisdom tells me that that whoever had the 56 before me slapped an aftermarket 120 shaft in it. My only curiosity is the shaft label is copper like the 115. Is the 120 stock for the 56?

    Thanks as always guys

    *****EDIT*****

    Never mind I saw on the custom components for TM they offer both 115 and 120 in the HiRev shafts with the copper shaft label. Now I have a used 56 with 125g shaft and 60 with 115g shaft. Any sense is matching the 125g shaft in the 60 as well?

    They offer both the 115 and 120 HiRevs through their "custom options." Interestung that the 115 is touted as lower launch than the 120.

    I have the 115 in my 64 (bent to 62) and love that I can flight it down. Even on full swings it carrys the same yardage with lower peak height than my previous Ping 60

    Worth the money to change the 56* with the 125g shaft to the 115 so it matches the lob? My iron set has PX LZ 120g shafts

    No way. I wouldn't waste the time, effort, and money. Yours should match fine with the PX LZs, plus....in wedges, with such short shaft lengths, it's nothing to be concerned about. The 115 in your 60 might be a tad lower launching, but I find that to be a good thing in my 60 which I use mostly for partial swings anyway

    Cool thanks man I appreciate the insight and response!

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  • taylormade4lifetaylormade4life Members Posts: 1,296 ✭✭
    edited May 21, 2019 12:59pm #237

    @puttingmatt said:
    For those playing the 56* wedge, how versatile is it
    laying it open on 1/2 and 3/4 length shots? Or are you strictly using it in bunkers ? Is there a fair amount of relief in the heel for the standard bounce.

    I have only had mine for a brief period but I found no issue with my 56/60 (both have the 4-way grind) to hit any sort of shot. I used it from the sand (super easy out), pitches and chips and liked how the club head set up. It felt like I could lower or raise my hands and have no issue with turf interaction on the sole/lie angle.

    I also really liked that I could swing 75% and hit a little lower and more piercing shot than with my standard milled grind. I honestly wasn’t a believer that it would lower the launch but it did a little.

    I am already preferrring the copper look to the satin and am looking for a hi toe 52 to replace my MG 52. Kinda stinks I shopped around to build my 52/56/60 milled grinds with steelfiber to now be in hi toe with stock kbs shafts.. 😂

  • PatsNationPatsNation Members Posts: 1,526 ✭✭

    @taylormade4life said:

    @puttingmatt said:
    For those playing the 56* wedge, how versatile is it
    laying it open on 1/2 and 3/4 length shots? Or are you strictly using it in bunkers ? Is there a fair amount of relief in the heel for the standard bounce.

    I have only had mine for a brief period but I found no issue with my 56/60 (both have the 4-way grind) to hit any sort of shot. I used it from the sand (super easy out), pitches and chips and liked how the club head set up. It felt like I could lower or raise my hands and have no issue with turf interaction on the sole/lie angle.

    I also really liked that I could swing 75% and hit a little lower and more piercing shot than with my standard milled grind. I honestly wasn’t a believer that it would lower the launch but it did a little.

    I am already preferrring the copper look to the satin and am looking for a hi toe 52 to replace my MG 52. Kinda stinks I shopped around to build my 52/56/60 milled grinds with steelfiber to now be in hi toe with stock kbs shafts.. 😂

    Hows the 4-way grind on flops? I had the ATV couldnt flop it but was great everywhere else

    Still hoping for a LB version release

  • taylormade4lifetaylormade4life Members Posts: 1,296 ✭✭
    edited May 21, 2019 1:28pm #239

    @PatsNation said:

    @taylormade4life said:

    @puttingmatt said:
    For those playing the 56* wedge, how versatile is it
    laying it open on 1/2 and 3/4 length shots? Or are you strictly using it in bunkers ? Is there a fair amount of relief in the heel for the standard bounce.

    I have only had mine for a brief period but I found no issue with my 56/60 (both have the 4-way grind) to hit any sort of shot. I used it from the sand (super easy out), pitches and chips and liked how the club head set up. It felt like I could lower or raise my hands and have no issue with turf interaction on the sole/lie angle.

    I also really liked that I could swing 75% and hit a little lower and more piercing shot than with my standard milled grind. I honestly wasn’t a believer that it would lower the launch but it did a little.

    I am already preferrring the copper look to the satin and am looking for a hi toe 52 to replace my MG 52. Kinda stinks I shopped around to build my 52/56/60 milled grinds with steelfiber to now be in hi toe with stock kbs shafts.. 😂

    Hows the 4-way grind on flops? I had the ATV couldnt flop it but was great everywhere else

    Still hoping for a LB version release

    I have had zero issues with it thus far. I tend to play my short game shots with the “bounce” and didn’t notice any issues. I didn’t have any hard pan lies which may be the ultimate test.

    I plan to do a long short game session with them this weekend.

    Post edited by taylormade4life on
  • puttingmattputtingmatt puttingmatt Summer/ Michigan-- Winter/ FloridaMembers Posts: 5,122 ✭✭

    @taylormade4life said:

    @PatsNation said:

    @taylormade4life said:

    @puttingmatt said:
    For those playing the 56* wedge, how versatile is it
    laying it open on 1/2 and 3/4 length shots? Or are you strictly using it in bunkers ? Is there a fair amount of relief in the heel for the standard bounce.

    I have only had mine for a brief period but I found no issue with my 56/60 (both have the 4-way grind) to hit any sort of shot. I used it from the sand (super easy out), pitches and chips and liked how the club head set up. It felt like I could lower or raise my hands and have no issue with turf interaction on the sole/lie angle.

    I also really liked that I could swing 75% and hit a little lower and more piercing shot than with my standard milled grind. I honestly wasn’t a believer that it would lower the launch but it did a little.

    I am already preferrring the copper look to the satin and am looking for a hi toe 52 to replace my MG 52. Kinda stinks I shopped around to build my 52/56/60 milled grinds with steelfiber to now be in hi toe with stock kbs shafts.. 😂

    Hows the 4-way grind on flops? I had the ATV couldnt flop it but was great everywhere else

    Still hoping for a LB version release

    I have had zero issues with it thus far. I tend to play my short game shots with the “bounce” and didn’t notice any issues. I didn’t have any hard pan lies which may be the ultimate test.

    I plan to do a long short game session with them this weekend.

    Hope you can give us a review of your session, I am considering adding this wedge to the bag.



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  • PatsNationPatsNation Members Posts: 1,526 ✭✭

    @taylormade4life said:

    @PatsNation said:

    @taylormade4life said:

    @puttingmatt said:
    For those playing the 56* wedge, how versatile is it
    laying it open on 1/2 and 3/4 length shots? Or are you strictly using it in bunkers ? Is there a fair amount of relief in the heel for the standard bounce.

    I have only had mine for a brief period but I found no issue with my 56/60 (both have the 4-way grind) to hit any sort of shot. I used it from the sand (super easy out), pitches and chips and liked how the club head set up. It felt like I could lower or raise my hands and have no issue with turf interaction on the sole/lie angle.

    I also really liked that I could swing 75% and hit a little lower and more piercing shot than with my standard milled grind. I honestly wasn’t a believer that it would lower the launch but it did a little.

    I am already preferrring the copper look to the satin and am looking for a hi toe 52 to replace my MG 52. Kinda stinks I shopped around to build my 52/56/60 milled grinds with steelfiber to now be in hi toe with stock kbs shafts.. 😂

    Hows the 4-way grind on flops? I had the ATV couldnt flop it but was great everywhere else

    Still hoping for a LB version release

    I have had zero issues with it thus far. I tend to play my short game shots with the “bounce” and didn’t notice any issues. I didn’t have any hard pan lies which may be the ultimate test.

    I plan to do a long short game session with them this weekend.

    Sweet let me know thats my biggest thing. Not that I hit a flop a lot but I need to have the ability too if needed

    I thought the hi toe atv was a 10 everywhere except for flops

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