Summary: These mizuno wedges are the best short clubs I've ever used. The feel and accuracy are second to none. My last set of wedges were the titleist vokey, which I thought to be the best, until I tried the MP T series at a demo day. My wedge choices came down to Mizuno and Cleveland. There is no doubt in my mind I made the right choice. I went with the 55* and the 60*. Both instill absolute confidence at address. It's like throwing darts at the flag stick from 90 yards and in.
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... The Clevelands were in a close second, but the difference was the amount of spin the Mizunos put on the ball. I took same swing, same lie (matt) and hit at least 10 balls with each and the spin was 30-50% greater with the Mizunos.
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.
This club exceeded my expectations and seems very playable.
27 August 2013
Summary: Have practiced it and now played it several times. It allows me to get over a close hazard, drop it and stop it. This 60 degree loft does what a 56 just can't. I feared the grooves wouldn't be effective with my 15 handicap play level. Its a well balanced club and I its now part of my short game.