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TaylorMade Dials In Wedge Grinds

According to Tomo Bystedt, TaylorMade’s director of product creation for irons, putters and wedges, it took
three years to develop the latest wedge grinds in the company’s Tour Preferred line – the New Classic and a refined ATV.
“We needed that time so we could meticulously dial in all shapes and dimensions and create two extremely versatile sole grinds,” he says. “And we combined those with raw Micro Texture faces to make these wedges truly worthy of the Tour Preferred name.”
The first sole option is a new Classic Grind for the player who prefers a clean, classically designed wedge with a traditional shape. It is offered in lofts of 50, 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees and comes with a variety of bounce options.
The design features a slight progressive camber (more in the higher lofts) and generous heel relief that allows for the versatility of a C-grind on open-faced shots but retains the main sole surface for better performance on full swings and bunker shots.


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