NEW Mizuno T22 Wedges!

The new Mizuno T22 Wedges are crafted using Mizuno’s legendary Grain Flow Forging process, a technique that has perfected over the course fifty plus years in Hiroshima, Japan.  And, with the addition of a soft feel copper underlay, these wedges produce the unrivaled touch and feel Mizuno is renowned for.


As with all Mizuno wedges carrying the T moniker, the T22’s have a teardrop shape, and by flaring or tapering the upper portion of the blade, these wedges create a consistently high level of spin and a more penetrating trajectory.

Because spin is such an integral factor in high-level short game play, Mizuno Quad Cut Mills the T22’s grooves with astounding precision.  These grooves are cut into Boron infused steel for increased durability, and are loft specific, so each wedge achieves peak performance for its intended purpose.  To ensure high level performance in wet conditions, HydroFlow Micro Grooves are laser etched into the face to release moisture and preserve spin rates.

New Finishes

RAW – no copper underlay so the wedge will rust naturally over time. Right Handed only.

Satin Chrome – traditional Mizuno finish.  Available in both Right Handed and Left Handed

Denim Copper – cool looking new model with a blend of Mizuno blue and copper.  Right Handed only.

Available Lofts and Grinds

Four grind options are available in the T22.

S grind has a minimal sole grind and is designed for fuller, square-faced shots and lower lofts.  Available in 1 degree loft increments from 45 to 58 degrees.  Bounces start at 45.05 and go to 58.16.

D-Grind possesses moderate heel and toe relief, allowing for gentle manipulation of the clubface.  Available only in 54.08, 55.09, 56.10, 57.11 and 58.12.

C-Grind has heavy heel and toe relief which is optimal for skilled players, firmer conditions, and open-faced shots.  Available only in 56.06, 57.07, 58.08, 59.09 and 60.10.

X-Grind‘s extreme heel and toe relief suits short game artists who frequently manipulate the club face.  Available in 58.04, 59.05, 60.06, 61.07 and 62.08.


Dan Sueltz