Conclusion: I have recently added the MP-T4 56 and 60 to my bag. Replacing Cleveland rtx 588 56 and 60. I've added a ton of spin and feel with the set. 3/4 shots used to scare me. Now I'm not scared to fly it to the pin and let the club do it's job and check up the ball by the pin!
Excerpt: I just tested out Cleveland, Vokey, and Callaway wedges (different lofts/bounces) AND THE MIZUNOS... The Mizunos won hands down. The forged feel was noticeable (much software and less "clanky" sounding than the cast irons...
Excerpt: I have used Vokey wedges for years and when I made the switch back to Mizuno irons I got the T4 SW. It really is a nice club, and like most Mizuno's when you hit it correctly it's very smooth.
Excerpt: I'm a 3 handicap that needed something else to get to my goal of being a 0. I put the 52 and 56 degree in my bag, and in the first men's club event I played in with them shot 70. And, the main reason for it was these wedges.
Excerpt: I have both the SW and the GW. Love it. Using the same mechanics, compared to my old sets, my performance is a different game. I don't normally write reviews but I'm compelled to in this case. I have absolutely no fear of bunkers or gap shots.