TaylorMade's lineup of wedges for 2018 provide more spin around the greens and better turf interaction.
The versatility of these Milled Grind wedges comes from CNC machined sole geometry paired with a more rounded and symmetrical leading edge to promote consistent turf interaction.
ZTP-17 grooves have steeper side walls and a sharper edge radius for maximum spin.
TaylorMade wedges feature and extra groove, with 17 instead of 16.
TaylorMade wedges are available in a Hi-Toe option in the higher lofts featuring full-face grooves to maximize control.
TaylorMade designed the ATV grind to work over any terrain - hence, ATV stands for "All Terrain Versatility".
The ATV wedge's heel relief gives golfers the versatility of a C-grind on open-faced shots but retains the main sole surface for better performance on full swings and shots from the bunker.
The "EF" in TaylorMade's Spin Groove wedges stands for "electro-forming".
Electro-forming is a chemical process that makes the face insert grooves sharper and more durable than previous models.
TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF Spin Groove wedges come in two sole grinds: Tour and ATV.
TaylorMade designed the Classic Grind wedge for players looking for a clean, traditional-looking wedge.
The Classic wedge uses a progressive camber on the sole which increases in the higher lofts.
TaylorMade's Tour Preferred Classic Grind Wedge is a very versatile wedge, helping golfers open the face easily in the sand or around the green and make accurate bunker and full swing shots.