The TaylorMade Milled Grind Hi-Toe wedges feature a host of technological advances to help players pull off chips, flop shots and pitches and deliver high spin.
It is a club manufactured with versatility in mind and a range of loft options to choose from, allowing players the freedom to decide on a set up to suit their needs, level of spin requirements and clubface control needs.
A new sole design features an increased toe height and trailing edge to ensure a clean connection from both turf and sand, regardless of club swing path or swing length.
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What TaylorMade say about the Milled Grind Hi-Toe Wedge:
“TaylorMade’s HI-TOE wedge lineup has been expanded to include a full range of wedge lofts from 50° to 64°.
“Featuring full-face scoring lines in the 56° to 64° and standard scoring lines in the 50° to 54°, each HI-TOE wedge also has an expanded toe area to deliver high-spin performance whether you’re taking full swings on your approach or playing finesse shots around the green.
“Increasing the toe height upwards of 5mm allows a higher centre of gravity that was engineered for a lower launch and more spin.
“New 4-way cambered sole with a mid-bounce design of 10°. The leading edge has less belly with a more blunt contour. This new sole has an increased trailing edge and heel relief – great for players with average or steep swings from normal turf and/or softer sand.
“Channel-cut ATV mid-sole with a bounce of 12°. The ‘V’ shaped leading edge moves through the turf and sand more seamlessly for better contact.”
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TaylorMade Milled Grind Hi-Toe Wedge Design
The design of the TaylorMade Hi-Toe wedges has been well thought out to provide maximium spin thanks to a low launch angle.
The design of the face supports players chipping from the rough, with a high bounce leading edge and channel cut mid-sole helping the swing direction to stay consistent when playing through longer cuts of grass.
Significantly, there is also less resistance in the transition from club to the ball and the double sole prevents any excess grip.
Three trapezoid-shaped pockets have been placed deep in the cavity of the wedges to support weight distribution through the swing, and higher centre of gravity helps provide a better feel through deeper lies.
The Hi-Toe wedges are available in a range of different lofts from 50 degrees to 64 degrees, all of which have a carbon steel shaft and varying swing weight and bounce.
TaylorMade Milled Grind Hi-Toe Wedge Verdict
The large clubface makes the Milled Grind Hi-Toe wedge incredibly forgiving and a real all-rounder whether needing to hit the green from bunkers, short distances with approach shots or to recover from deep rough.
The clubface design provides a smooth connection from all conditions and you can expect to generate impressive levels of spin from the Hi-Toe.
The Milled Grind face can wear easily and quickly shows signs of impact and use, but don’t let that detract from the performance gains the Hi-Toe provides to your short game.
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How much does the TaylorMade Milled Grind Hi-Toe Wedge cost?
Prices for the wedges vary between £118/$156 from some sellers to £129/$171 from others.
What lofts of the Milled Grind Hi-Toe are available?
A full range of TaylorMade Milled Grind Hi-Toe wedges are available between 50 and 64 degrees.
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