The precision and feel of Mizuno’s Grain Flow Forged HD process was perfected for over 50 years at one factory in Hiroshima, Japan. Indeed, Mizuno’s forging expertise is revered for its consistency of manufacture, distance control and incredible feedback. This reputation is most commonly associated with Mizuno irons but comes with even more weight in wedges where touch and feel are most critical.
“Although our T-Series wedges haven’t been available to the public for over a year, they’ve become even more popular on tour over that time. The teardrop shape, forged feel and addition of a tour-only raw finish brought the wedge to iconic status. The updated T20 has been a long time coming – but with a few extra design tweaks we learnt over the last year will finally bring all that wedge goodness back to the public,” said Kyle Hammond, Mizuno’s PGA Tour technician.
Hydroflow Micro Grooves
The T20 wedges feature new Hydroflow Micro Groove which are vertically etched to release moisture and maintain spin in damp conditions.
Weight is placed high, discreetly within a tapered blade for increased spin and vertical stability on off-centre strikes.
After Grain Flow Forging, every head is mechanically milled to the highest possible tolerances, ensuring a perfectly flat face and consistent spin.
The heads are made from boron-infused 1025 billets, which are more durable for longer lasting grooves and spin. The T20’s higher lofted wedges carry a wider, shallower groove for partial shots played around the green. The lower lofted options have deeper, narrower grooves which are more suited to full shots. All grooves are precision milled for predictable, consistent spin.
Classic Teardrop Flow
Profile flows from a defined teardrop 46-degree pitching wedge for full shots, through to a more rounded 60-degree for versatility around the green.
The Mizuno T20 wedges are available in a blue ION plated finish in 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58° and 60° lofts.
SRP: RM799 at MST Golf stores