Taylormade Milled Grind Hi-Toe RAW Wedge
The Taylormade Hi-Toe RAW Wedge combines two proven technologies into a single new design. Merging full-face scoring lines and an expanded toe area with RAW Face Technology, this unique wedge is engineered for increased spin and precision whether you’re hitting approach shots or finesse shots around the green. Featuring a new aged copper finish, the Hi-Toe Raw Wedges are slightly tarnished for a classic time-worn aesthetic that evolves over time.
Raw Face Technology The Hi-Toe RAW Wedges are equipped with Taylormade’s RAW Face Technology paired with ZTP RAW Groove Design engineered for increased spin and feel with sharper, narrower and deeper grooves. The face itself is designed to rust over time to preserve the high-spin properties and provide a time-honored aesthetic preferred by Tour professionals.
Precision & Control The Hi-Toe design of the all-new RAW wedges produces a higher center of gravity engineered for lower launches and more spin. The larger face allows spin properties of full-swings on all shots and allows for added creativity on lies around the green.
Reliability From The Rough The full face scoring lines on the 56°-62° Hi-Toe RAW Wedges provide a reliable and consistent ball contact whether the ball is sitting up or nestled down in deep rough. Additionally, the face scoring increases spin on off-center strikes.
Milled Grind Milled Grind wedges provide precision where it’s important. The process itself maximizes consistency when each sole is crafted for consistent high-performing turf interaction.
Thick-Thin Design Through a redistribution of mass the Hi-Toe RAW Wedges promote a more enhanced flight and feel by optimizing the center of gravity.
Model: Taylormade Milled Grind Hi-Toe RAW Wedge
Material: 8620 Carbon Steel
Finish: Aged Copper
Face: RAW Face Technology
TaylorMade Golf Company is an American manufacturer of golf clubs, bags and accessories based in Carlsbad, California, United States. TaylorMade Golf was sold by Adidas to KPS Capital Partners in October 2017.