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TaylorMade’s Hello there Toe Raw wedge uses the very same face innovation as MG2 to increase spin.

Andrew Tursky

The raw face style presently discovered on TaylorMade’s Milled Grind 2 is a popular choice in the Trip ranks. Pros wish to see the ball check and stop around the green, and getting rid of the plating from the face is a reliable method to increase spin and improve feel.

What some gearheads might have seen given that the arrival of the raw Milled Grind 2 is the expansion of Hi-Toe wedges including the very same raw face innovation also. Up until just recently, the raw Hi-Toe was just readily available on Trip (and through TaylorMade’s “Vault”). Now it’ll be a click away for the masses.

The ZTP raw groove discovered on the Hi-Toe Raw is deep and narrow and uses a sharper radius to increase the quantity of zip each wedge has the ability to produce. Laser engraving in between each groove lowers skidding up the face and makes it possible for the ball to produce a constant launch while producing more friction at effect for additional greenside spin.

Since the face is raw, an oxidization procedure takes place once the face is exposed. To keep the face fresh, each 8620 carbon steel head includes a 3M adhesive sticker label covering the grooves. When the sticker label is gotten rid of, the grooves will instantly start to oxidize, which starts the rusting procedure.

TaylorMade's Hi-Toe Raw wedge brings the zip

” We understand that raw develops terrific spin, particularly in damp conditions,” stated Expense Cost, TaylorMade’s senior director of putters and wedges.”

Unlike the Milled Grind 2, the grooves on the Hi-Toe stretch all the method throughout the face for constant contact and spin on off-center strikes.

The very same thick-thin style discovered on Milled Grind 2 is now part of the Hi-Toe also. Utilizing an optimization tool formerly used throughout the metalwood and iron style procedures, a thicker back area shifts into a thin external area to enhance ” frequency and period” for much better general noise and feel.

TaylorMade's Hi-Toe Raw wedge brings the zip

The cutting edge height on the Milled Grind sole– each sole is CNC grated to make sure the cutting edge and sole geometry corresponds from head to head– was likewise reduced a little to enhance grass interaction.

“[The leading edge] makes it really flexible off of all kinds of lies,” stated Cost. “It’s so simple to move the wedge under the ball, particularly in those tight lie conditions.”

Restraining with the aged search the raw face, each head is ended up in a “a little stained” aged copper to offer it a traditional, used feel.

In addition to the Hi-Toe, the wedge will be provided in a high-bounce Hi-Toe Raw Huge Foot with a C-Grind sole that’s 6 millimeters larger (32 millimeters versus 26 millimeters) than the basic wedge to decrease the possibilities of capturing it heavy at effect.

TaylorMade’s Hi-Toe Raw and Hi-Toe Raw Huge Foot ($ 180) will be readily available Feb. 19 in a plethora of lofts. ( See the stock shaft, grip and loft offerings listed below.)

TaylorMade's Hi-Toe Raw wedge brings the zip

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Jonathan Wall


Jonathan Wall is GOLF Publication and GOLF.com’s Handling Editor for Devices. Prior to signing up with the personnel at the end of 2018, he invested 6 years covering devices for the PGA Trip.


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