What we say...
These new scoring clubs boast the greatest number of loft and bounce options ever offered by Mizuno.
There are 25 combinations, with two soles to suit varying techniques and turf conditions – a high-bounce model with a soft trailing edge and heel grind and a low-bounce option with a more aggressive grind and heel, toe and trailing edge relief.
Quad Cut grooves are narrower and deeper in the lower lofts (49-53°) for optimum performance on full shots; higher lofts have wider, shallower grooves to disperse debris.
They come in two finishes, white satin and a new black plated version, which will maintain its look over time.
TG Tester Reviews:
The high point of the bounce is towards the back of the sole, helping you get the leading edge tighter to the ground. Launched mid to low which means there’s plenty of friction between ball and club.
The T5 has a squarer leading edge with just a slight curve, which I like. White satin finish looks clean and classy while muting sun glare. Both sole grinds permit plenty of greenside flexibility.
Grain flow forged wedge. Loft-specific grooves see Quad Cut in the 54-62 to help spin on part shots. Precisely milled face and improved teardrop profile. Two bounce options from 54º-62º, both with appropriate sole grinds.