One of two best wedges I've owned. Other is Mizuno Sand Wedge.
10 June 2013
Summary: Needed gap wedge to fill set of Mizuno Ez-Comps. Already had an MP sand wedge that I LOVE. This 51 degree fits in perfectly. Get about 105 max out of it and it is outstanding for around green chips. Does tend to shred paint from balls when struck with full shots.!
Summary: I picked up the MP T 11 wedges because of their classic shape and design, they just looked better than all the other top wedges to me. I had just turned 50 and wanted the comforming grooves so I replace the wedges I had played for the decade before.
Summary: I like it, works well good backspin and distance, I don't fear from 90 yards down to 5', just keep opening the face up and go closer and closer and closer. bounce feels a little tall on a short fairway with it wide open, but haven't found anything better.
Summary: This club has done an excellent job when it comes to regaining lost spin due to the new groove rule. It has a heavier head and a flatter leading edge, which is exactly what most pros look for. I am surprised that more tour pros aren't playing this club.
Summary: I recently bought a set of Mizuno's used on Ebay, MX-25 with set of three MP-T wedges. 51* 56* (sand) 60*. All with dyanmic gold wedge flex. Very accurate hitting, on fault, soft carbon steel, in Florida sand base courses they mark very easy, in fact small guges.
Summary: This is a brand new MP T 56 Black nickel sandwedge, well balanced and great feed back. This is little bit heavier than other wedges and should be a keeper in any players bag. Looks good and solid feel.
Summary: Nice club, easy to set up great feel when chipping real nice coming out of the sand. A soft feeling club when hitting from the fairway and good istance for a sand wedge added plus much easier to spinn bal out of bunker.Overall A+