In this Mizuno T24 wedge preview we will give you an insight into the newest wedge in the Mizuno T-Series wedge line.
The first big difference between the T24 and it’s predecessor, the T22, is the look. In the newer model you will notice a smaller, more refined look which Mizuno class as a teardrop look.
This is to give a neater, tighter look behind the ball, however the face remains the same size offering the same great level of ball striking.
Our first impression of the wedge is it looks great. Against the Vokey or Taylormade’s new MG4, the T24 doesn’t look out of place. It’s premium look is incredibly appealing on the eye.
The T24 wedges are grain-flow HD-forged from 1025 stainless with a boron kicker. The high density material behind the face offers Mizuno’s classic feel and response.
The next difference is Mizuno’s is the introduction of the V Sole grind. An additional grind to the T22’s 4 options. They’ve all carried over with the addition of V. This is inspired by their tour players who enjoy a higher bounce wedge whilst increasing relief from the toe and heel for better look, feel and shot making capabilities.
Quadcut+ grooves with HydroFlow microgrooves allows a tighter groove pattern for increased spin rates on all shots and this allows for maintained performance in wet conditions as the microgrooves will release moisture quickly giving you great response around the greens.
In our opinion, for years golfers of all levels will talk about the quality of Mizuno irons when coming to get a custom fittng, however, wedges often get overlooked as the go-to tends to be Vokey or other brands. However, the T24 certainly falls into the category of a classic Mizuno product, with great feel and performance and now with the refined design the look is just as good too!
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