TaylorMade Hi Toe Wedges Review
If you remember the launch of the Callaway PM wedges a few years back you’ll recall the somewhat Dorito shaped wedge design and probably wondered what on earth Callaway and lefty were thinking (maybe you thought it was a ‘waste of time’) The idea was to allow wedges to be even more workable in the scoring areas but allowing players to use more of the face.
The Hi Toe is Taylormade’s own take on this and the concept has been refined brilliantly. The higher lofted wedges feature scoring lines/ grooves the whole way along the face which makes them incredibly workable especially for those players who like to play chips and pitches nearer the toe or maybe steeper. Unlike early additions of these head designs we also see stronger lofted wedges – TaylorMade now start at 50 degrees with grind (the 4 way sole is particularly unique in the 56 degree) options now reflecting the shots that need to be played with said clubs.
As with most premium clubs now, we have a great stock shaft with the KBS Hi Rev and the colour scheme throughout is pretty cool.
Well worth looking into if you want some inspiration around the greens. As these are particularly specialist parts of the set, its worth speaking to one of our dedicated PGA professionals who will be on hand to assist you!