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I’ve been impressed with the amount of spin these produce.   On clean full strikes I can pull them back a good 8 feet, given I play one of the highest spin balls in the Tour B XS.   Short chips are easy to get the one hop and bite performance out of.   I’ve played older Mizuno wedges prior but the leading edge seemed to sharp and had a tendency to dig, the 22’s are much better in that aspect.   I do like the S400 and it’s nice they have it as a standard shaft. 

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After 2 rounds and 4 range sessions I continue to be impressed with these wedges and am very happy with the purchase. I mentioned previously that these are noticeably smaller than SM8, MG3 etc, while this made me nervous at first, it has for the most part been a non-issue. My biggest issue is the badging, not from a visual like/dis-like POV but from a practical standpoint. I have a 46/50/54/58 at it is difficult to tell the difference in the wedges and I have done several 2nd takes to make sure i grabbed the correct wedge as the font kind of makes the numbers  jumble together. It’s to the point I’m thinking about stamping PW,GW,SW,LW on the toe of the clubs. I never thought this to be an issue but it is for me…

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24 minutes ago, acro said:

After 2 rounds and 4 range sessions I continue to be impressed with these wedges and am very happy with the purchase. I mentioned previously that these are noticeably smaller than SM8, MG3 etc, while this made me nervous at first, it has for the most part been a non-issue. My biggest issue is the badging, not from a visual like/dis-like POV but from a practical standpoint. I have a 46/50/54/58 at it is difficult to tell the difference in the wedges and I have done several 2nd takes to make sure i grabbed the correct wedge as the font kind of makes the numbers  jumble together. It’s to the point I’m thinking about stamping PW,GW,SW,LW on the toe of the clubs. I never thought this to be an issue but it is for me…


thats interesting to hear. I may be in the same boat. I ordered the 50 and 54 so far with the 54 in denim copper to more easily identify it. But I may order the 46 in satin to match the 50 and then a 58 as well. Interested to see what you come up with on the stamping 

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Just picked up a 54/12 S grind to try something with a bit more bounce than the Zipcore 54/10 mid bounce I've been playing, it's almost too pretty to hit.  I love that it came with the Z-cord grip, which I already play on my wedges.  We'll see how the S400 tour issue shaft feels.

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Mizuno ST-Z 15° 3W Ventus Blue Velocore 70X
Tour Edge Exotics EXS Pro 19° 3H HZRDUS Smoke Black 80X

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I'm really on the fence between copper and raw. Is there really a difference in feel between the two?

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Mizuno JPX 919 Tour 5-9 - DG TI X100

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1 hour ago, cvhookem63 said:

I'm really on the fence between copper and raw. Is there really a difference in feel between the two?

No. 

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New Level 18* KBS Tour Prototype 95X

Mizuno JPX 919 Tours 3-PW Project X 6.0's

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1 hour ago, Phabs said:

No. 

Thank you

 

Just now, QuigleyDU said:

The grind issues has been resolved so you should start see'ing C grinds out in the wild soon.

 

Let's Gooooooooooo!

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TaylorMade SIM2 Rocket 13.5* - Fujikura Rombax P95X

NIKE Vapor Fly Pro 3-4 - Fujikura Pro Tour Spec 95X

Mizuno JPX 919 Tour 5-9 - DG TI X100

TaylorMade MG Tour Chrome 46*, Raw 50*, Raw 55* - DG TI S400

TaylorMade Tour Hi Toe Raw Face 60* - DG TI S400

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26 minutes ago, jaw2k9 said:

Can you share the details?

 

I don't know the details as to why or who failed a complaint. I just know it has been resolved and they are super excited to get these into the hands of golfers. 

 

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& Wood: Titleist TSi2 Ventus Red 9X
Taylormade Gapr low 2 ventus blue 9x
4-PW Cobra king forged CB KBS $ Taper 130 X flex
Wedges 50, 54, 60 Cleveland ZIPCORE
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On 11/17/2021 at 12:40 PM, acro said:

After 2 rounds and 4 range sessions I continue to be impressed with these wedges and am very happy with the purchase. I mentioned previously that these are noticeably smaller than SM8, MG3 etc, while this made me nervous at first, it has for the most part been a non-issue. My biggest issue is the badging, not from a visual like/dis-like POV but from a practical standpoint. I have a 46/50/54/58 at it is difficult to tell the difference in the wedges and I have done several 2nd takes to make sure i grabbed the correct wedge as the font kind of makes the numbers  jumble together. It’s to the point I’m thinking about stamping PW,GW,SW,LW on the toe of the clubs. I never thought this to be an issue but it is for me…

Had the same issue w my old Mizuno wedges so I ordered T22's w a stamp on the sole.  I thought about having buying different finishes, but didn't think I'd be happy, especially w 4 wedges.  I think looking at different colored wedges would perhaps add a bit more indecision, but I'm a mental case  anyway, lol

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29 minutes ago, nova6868 said:

Anyone else find it interesting that the same grind changes in bounce as the loft increases? It's an exact correlation. Almost like it's the same head design just with the loft adjusted?

 

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I believe there are 4 unique heads for the t22s and they're bent to fill the loft gaps.

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22 minutes ago, Bdck said:

I believe there are 4 unique heads for the t22s and they're bent to fill the loft gaps.

Yes, Mizuno makes a few different heads with the assumption of going up or down 2* for different lofts and lies.

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On 11/20/2021 at 11:30 AM, QuigleyDU said:

I have had these for about two months and they are awesome. Tried doing some stamping that didn’t really work out. I don’t have a big enough hammer. Haha.

 

the 60 c grind may be a smidge too low bounce but it is ok.

 

 

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I sometimes have the same issue with the 60 C - When I remind myself to come in more shallow and return all loft at impact, all is solved.

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On 11/18/2021 at 11:25 AM, cvhookem63 said:

I'm really on the fence between copper and raw. Is there really a difference in feel between the two?

Same hear.  Really excited for these and have never owned a raw wedge.  However after looking at used posts on eBay of the t20s and even seeing a new old stock of the T20 that had started to rust assuming from just the moisture in the air wasn't a fan.  Curious to see how the denim wears.  

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On 11/20/2021 at 6:30 PM, QuigleyDU said:

I have had these for about two months and they are awesome. Tried doing some stamping that didn’t really work out. I don’t have a big enough hammer. Haha.

 

the 60 c grind may be a smidge too low bounce but it is ok.

 

 

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Isn't your 60 here an X grind, rather than a C  (i.e., 60/6, rather than 60/10) ?

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Got my 50 S satin and 54 D grind in denim copper today with Nippon wedge 115s. Mizuno actually sent them with the stock shafts even when custom ordered and my local shop switched them out. The denim copper is a lighter color than I was expecting. Looks even better in person than any pics I’ve seen. 

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10 minutes ago, bittsmann said:

 

Isn't your 60 here an X grind, rather than a C  (i.e., 60/6, rather than 60/10) ?

That’s what I meant. Hahah!!

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I think it will vary on what shafts you ordered them with.

 

I ordered a 55 D grind and a 60 X grind mid October and still haven't received them. Granted I ordered a +1 Nippon 125 Wedge shaft which is on backorder right now. Luckily golf season is sort of over here in the NE at this point so I'll get them when I get them. Just hopefully I get them before my trip to Florida for the Christmas/NYE holidays.

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