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The Mizuno S18 Satin wedge has been engineered by the best and most experienced craftsmen in the industry to improve and deliver incredible short game results.
Created using their Grain Flow Forged technology, the S18 wedges feature a mid-size rounded profile that will appeal to golfers of all abilities.
To give you enhanced performance throughout your wedges Mizuno have visibly changed the weighting on the top-line that will allow you to maximise performance when playing a variety of short game shots.
Also, the groove depth changes the higher the loft, this will help produce consistent spin control when playing shots from the rough with lower lofted wedges, and also help generate more spin for those short greenside shots that require more finesse.
The appearance of the satin looks fantastic, it will play exactly the same as the chrome but will reduce glare. Over time the finish will wear away and reveal a chrome finish
"One of the keys to a good wedge game is controlling your spin rates - there's no gain in making one pitch stop dead if the next one rolls out. On the shorter shots, we're more likely to miss the sweet spot high on the face - which is a cause of inconsistent spin. The S18 is thicker higher into the blade, which evens out the spin rates on those common miss-hits." - Chris Voshall, Senior Engineer.
Rounded Silhouette: Allows the blade to open without impacting alignment.
Black IP or White Satin. Black IP will wear away gently over time to reveal the durable chrome beneath.
Full custom options. Shaft, grips and set up can be matched to your Mizuno custom irons, to maintain flow through the set – as recommended by our Fitting technicians.
Please note that custom fit options are custom made to your specifications, so please allow 7-10 working days for delivery.
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This option allows you to choose which shafts you would like to have. There are a number of shaft choices available to meet the different needs of golfers. If there is a particular shaft you require which is not listed please e-mail us to ensure it's availability and compatibility with these wedges.
Dynamic Gold available in Wedge Flex, R300, S300, X100
KBS C-Taper Lite available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
True Temper XP 115 available inR300, S300, X100
Dynamic Gold AMT available in R300, S300, X100
Recoil 95 available in Regular, Stiff
Nippon Modus 105 available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Nippon Modus 120 available in Stiff, X-Stiff
Project X LZ Steel available in 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5
KBS Tour 90 available in Regular, Stiff
True Temper XP 95 available in R300, S300
Nippon NS Pro 950GH available in Regular, Stiff
KBS Hi-Rev available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
KBS C-Taper available in Stiff, X-Stiff
KBS Tour available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Project X available in 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5
True Temper XP 105 available in R300, S300
Project X LZ Tour Graphite available in 5.0, 6.0
Project X LZ Graphite available in 3.5, 4.0, 4.5
Lie angle is the angle between the bottom, or sole, of the golf club and the shaft. Having the proper lie angle is critical if you want the opportunity to make accurate golf shots. The purpose in adjusting the golf club's lie angle is to ensure that the club is resting squarly on its sole when you are addressing your shot. This will help get your swing on the right plane and keep the clubface square at impact. A lie angle that is too upright will cause the heel of the club to hit the ground first, which will close the clubface and produce a pull or hook. A lie angle that is too flat causes the toe to hit the ground first, opening the clubface, which will result in a push or slice.