From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, April 2010)
We tested: 52° loft/7° bounce, 54°/9°, 56°/10°, 56°/13°, 58°/10°,
60°/5°, 60°/8°, 64°/7° with True Temper Dynamic Gold steel shaft
Company line: “Our ‘Quad Cut’ groove technology enables us to
control the width, depth, draft angle and shoulder radius of each
groove to deliver maximum spin control and ball stopping ability in
all playing conditions. The one-piece ‘Grain Flow Forged’ construction
provides the softest, most solid and consistent feel available.”
Our Testers say:
PROS: Effective, all-around clubs; softer impact feel than most
wedges tested; carves through the rough; repeatable ball flight that
results in soft landings; can hit all the “good player” shots; compact,
traditional head; black satin finish provides a handsome look.
CONS: Almost cuts through the sand too easily, if that’s possible; it’s
minor, but you can lose sight of it in deep rough due to the dark finish.
From Golf Magazine (January 2010)
Mizuno’s “Quad Cut” groove is the firm’s most aggressive ever. Previous Mizuno wedges maximized groove width and depth but not “shoulder” or “draft angle.” This model, however, maximizes all four parameters. The MP-T10 is forged from 1025E carbon steel and has a thicker upper blade to control feel and inspire confidence. Comes in black (will rust) or satin finish.
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