i think these wedges look fantastic.
I picked up a blue S18 in 50* with an S400 shaft cheap off the 'bay late last year. Agree with what others are posting about the blue finish wearing off. It seems to happen mostly on the sole of the club, assuming you are hitting the center of the face most of the time.
The spin on these things is amazing, and I suspect the T20s are even better. I really liked the MP-T4s that were in my bag prior to this, but I can pull off shots with these that I could not with my prior clubs. And though they feel a tad harder than my irons (I suspect its the boron), they are still forged heads that feel great at impact.
Get them. You won't regret it. But do keep an eye on them - if you leave one behind, you might not get it back. :)
Titleist 913D2 9.5*, Diamana 'ilima 80X
Titleist 917F2 15*, Diamana B-series 80S
Titleist 818H2 19* Tensei Pro White 90S
Titleist 818H2 21* Tensei Pro White 90X
Mizuno MP-54 4i, 6i-PW, Dynamic Gold X100
Mizuno S18 50* 54* 58* Dynamic Gold S400
Scotty Cameron Select Fastback
My T20 raws are soft and full of spin. I love the feel of them with the PX LZ 6.0 which matches my irons. These low bounce offerings are some of my favorite in recent memory!
Lets see some pics!
Callaway Mavrik 9° driver Tensei Pro White 50 S Flex
Callaway Mavrik 15° fairway wood Tensei Pro Blue 60 S Flex
Callaway Mavrik 20° hybrid MMT 90 S Flex
Mizuno MP 20 MMC 4-PW Modus3 Tour 120 S flex
Mizuno S18 Gunmetal Wedges 50-07, 55-13 and 60-06 Modus3 125 Wedge
Odyssey Stroke Lab Ten S
Callaway Chrome Soft Triple Track
They wear pretty easily in the sand. I'm not displeased with them though, the finish took the better part of a seasons beatings before wearing down. It's forged, so if you practice a lot, the rust spot on the face seems inevitable, even if you keep them clean during your rounds.
I had the T20's for about 3 weeks. Me and my friends who hit them found them to be pretty unpleasant feeling. The blue was fading as well so I traded in. Found SM7's to feel better, be more durable and more consistent.
Not Blue, but raw and starting to form a nice patina after a few practice sessions.
Use the right bottle. Mist it on the wedge and watch it rust before your eyes
And now, perfect!!
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