TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge Review

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  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
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  • RRP £139.00

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TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge Review: You should know

CNC Milled sole grinds offer precision and consistency like never before. A weight port in the hosel removes weight to centre the CG and there’s new sharper radius ZTP grooves with steeper side walls to maximise spin on shorter shots. Three sole grinds and two finishes mean the Milled Grind can be tailored to your own game and the turf you usually play on.  

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TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge

TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge Review: We say

Wedges are really personal bits of kit just like putters. Get the look right and chances are you’ll use them pretty well, if you don’t you’re struggling from the off. For us the Milled Grind’s new bronze finish is a real step forward (over last years satin), it means the head shape becomes a secondary thought, even though in our opinion the MGs straight leading edge makes it a real beauty to look at. Combine the excellent looks with a decent amount of loft, bounce and finish options as well and a third-place in our spin ranking (it was Simon’s second highest spinning wedge) and it’s plain to see the MG is well equipped for some serious all round performing. 

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TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge Review: Verdict

A very good performance was backed up with plenty of positive comments in terms of feel, spin and looks. All three testers would happily put the Milled Grind wedges in their own bags for 2018, which has to say they’re well suited to a decent range of abilities. 

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CNC Milled sole grinds offer precision and consistency like never before. A weight port in the hosel removes weight to centre the CG and there’s new sharper radius ZTP grooves with steeper side walls to maximise spin on shorter shots. Three sole grinds and two finishes mean head geometries can be tailored to your own game and the turf you usually play on.    

In his prime, Sir Nick Faldo picked his favourite individual irons 20 different golf club sets, having realised that each hand ground head was slightly different. What TaylorMade have done with the Milled Grind wedge is take that consistency out of the quation. It's really clever and pretty costly to set up but it means club golfers will now play exactly the same sole and bounce set-up as TaylorMade's Tour Pro's. The head is pretty high in the heel and generously proportioned, but spin was well above average.

A nice quality wedge, which generates lovely feel and oodles of spin. With plenty of loft and bounce options and two finishes they can fit into anyone's bag for 2017.

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Product Information

  • RRP: £139
  • www.taylormadegolf.com
  • Lofts: 50 / 52 / 54 / 56 / 58 / 60
  • Head options: SB – Standard Bounce, HB – Wide Sole, C Grind – Low Bounce. Satin and antique bronze finishes.
  • Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold

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