What we say...
Wilson Staff PMP Wedge Review: You should know
“Precision Milled Performance” technology, widens the milled grooves for maximum spin on full shots. Eleven laser-etched micro spin lines between each groove increase spin on partial shots. New for 2018 is how the head is made from 8620 steel, so feel is matched to Wilson’s forged irons. Wilson says tour players prefer the feel and because the Raw head is left unplated (it will rust), feel and spin are increased.
Wilson Staff PMP Wedge Review: We say
Cast your eye over our list of test wedges and not many golfers would pick the Wilson as the one they’d want to try first; it has a rounded leading edge and a high toe. But our results suggest you should give them another look. You can’t fail to spot how wide and aggressive the grooves look and these, along with the laser-etched micro grooves, milled face and high spin KBS shaft, meant the PMP punched well above its weight in terms of spin. We tested the 52° and 58° heads with the Traditional sole grind which sat really nicely with the leading edge just off the deck, offering really good versatility.
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Wilson Staff PMP Wedge Review: Verdict
A lovely no fuss, no frills wedge, which comes in for less than any other wedge on test per 1,000rpm of backspin. We particularly liked the two dots on the longer-than-standard grip. It means you can alter your grip position consistently to cover off various yardage gaps, which has to help anyone’s scoring inside 100 yards.
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