What we say...
Features a Tour notch K-Grind, a Tour preferred shape and Variable Feed Rate Milling for precision play and versatility.
As reviewed in our 2014 Wedges Test: An improvement on last year’s design, much less busy and retains the Trusty Rusty shape. Average performance around the green and tended to launch higher than most. A big improvement on its predecessor. I like the shape, but the black finish wore off quickly, the sole was pretty much silver after we finished. Not the grippiest from the rough, but you could play all the shots with the lob wedge. Prefer the silver finish to the black. They’re versatile, easy to open up and get lots of spin from tight lies.
2015 Wedge Test Review:
There’s nothing not to like about the simple and clean head shape. It gives a decent feel and sound, and one of the most consistent TrackMan performers.
This is a wedge built more for playability than forgiveness, and it shows: heel-toe relief means you can open the face without the leading edge lifting, but it demands accurate striking on tighter lies. Good feel and frames the ball well at set-up.
K-Grind sole sculpted to promote performance on all distances. Variable Feed Rate milling creates the ideal face surface texture for spin, enhanced by grooves 15% bigger than the old model.