Mizuno MP T-10 Wedges

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MP T-10

  • High spin Quad Cut Grooves
  • Tour confirmed teardrop head shape
  • 360 grind top line and sole

User Reviews (3)

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Brem   Shoots in the 70s [Oct 05, 2012]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno MP T10 wedge

I have been playing these wedges now for a couple of months. Love the look and black nickel. Great spin, heavy clubhead you can feel troughout the swing.

Similar Products Used: Titleist Vokey 200 series
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5
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5
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oldmanpar   Shoots in the 70s [Apr 03, 2011]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno MP-T10

I have been playing callaway wedges for 8 years, since Roger Cleveland redesigned them. I played Cleveland wedges before that. I always liked the smaller headed wedges. I truthfully never liked mizuno's wedge offerings. This all changed with the MP-T10. These wedges have numerous thongs going for them. They have a gorgeous black satin finish. The heads are slightly smaller and pear shaped which I like. The sole grind is phenomenal. It looks fantastic. Also, the grooves are the last made for conforming standards in the pro ranks after 2010. Performance is no different. I had no problem hitting draws, fades, or straight shots. Very good for partial swing wedge shots out of the rough from inside 100 yards. Very easy to control distance. The club is very easy to keep on line. Heavier head helps with "feeling the club head". Overall the wedge is better than I could have expected. Still learning to play soft touch shots and spinning chips around green. I bought the 52 and 58 degree with 7 and 10 degrees of bounce, respectively. It was the only bounce combos available which was fine with me since I like to play shots fairly neutral from a bounce perspective.

Customer Service

Have not used.

Similar Products Used: Callaway, Titleist, Cleveland
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5
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5
Ed   Shoots in the 80s [Sep 01, 2010]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno MP T10

Wow. All I can say. I have the 54.9 and 58.10. Lots of wedges out there and these are the best I have ever hit. Control and feel are perfect. Tons of spin if you want it.

What really sets these apart from the Clevelands or Vokeys is when you want to take a full swing. I found the competition to transform into an entirely different club on a full swing. Not the Mizunos. Feel and control are maintained in a full swing or a simple bump. I don't shred balls like I did with my Clevelands. Hey, balls get expensive. These 2 clubs will get me into the 70s to stay.

My advice is to buy multiple copies if you can. One for practice and one for scoring. With the groove rules changing I want to keep nice crisp grooves for scoring.

Customer Service

No need

Similar Products Used: Vokeys, Cleveland, TM, Adams
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5
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