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Mizuno Golf- T20 Raw Wedge

Mizuno Golf- T20 Raw Wedge

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TP20 Wedge

Grain Flow Forged HD Precision - Where You Need It Most.

Classic Teardrop

The precision and feel of Mizuno’s Grain Flow Forged HD process suits the manufacture of wedges like no other. Perfected for over 50 years at one factory in Hiroshima, Japan - Mizuno’s forging expertise is revered for its consistency of manufacture, distance control and incredible feedback. A reputation most commonly associated with Mizuno irons – but with even more payback in the wedges where touch and feel are most critical.


Grain Flow Forged HD

Enhanced Grain Flow Forging process that increases grain density in the impact area for the ultimate soft, solid, consistent feel

1025 Boron

A carbon steel that features 30% greater strength

Harmonic Impact Technology

Fine tuned head geometry delivers ideal impact feel and feedback

Quad Cut Grooves

Milled narrow/deep grooves optimized for stronger lofts and wide/shallow grooves optimized for higher lofts

Hydroflow Micro Grooves

Laser etched microscopic grooves help channel away moisture for maximum spin in wet conditions

Face Milling Lines

Increased surface roughness to increase spin nearer the green

Loft/COG Flow Design

The COG of the wedge flows throughout the set to give more control and versatility

Bounce Specific Sole Grinds

Matched bounce and sole grind for an ideal level of versatility

Loft Specific Head Shapes

Graduated head shapes from pitching wedge to lob wedge ideally suited for how each wedge is used


Club # Loft (*) Lie (*) Bounce (*) Length (") Grind
46/06 46 63 06 35.5 Standard Bevel
50/07 50 63 07 35.25 Standard Bevel
52/09 52 63 09 35.25 Standard Bevel
52/09 52 63 09 35.25 Standard Bevel
54/08 54 63 08 35.25 Aggressive C Grind
56/10 56 63 10 35.25 Aggressive C Grind
56/14 56 63 14 35.25 Subtle M Grind
58/08 58 63 08 35.25 Subtle M Grind
60/06 60 63 06 35.25 Aggressive C Grind
60/10 60 63 10 35.25 Subtle M Grind

Mizuno Golf
Open Box:
Length & Lie:
Not Available
Mens Right Handed
Golf Pride ZGRIP
Shaft Material:
Shaft Name:
Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400
T20 Raw
New, Factory Sealed
(1) T20 Raw Wedge
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Product Reviews
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By John D.
Nice Wedge
July 6, 2021
Mizuno makes a nice wedge but they rust. So If you get this wedge get some ceramic detailer or wax and wax it first to prevent the IMMEDIATE RUSTING. Otherwise plays sift and buttery
ProsHits well
ConsFinish is not good if you get water on it rust very quickly
By David
Bought as a gift
January 27, 2021
Bought this for my brother in law, he has seen an improvement in his game using this club. He raves about them all the time to me.
By Kip
Excellent wedge
October 25, 2020
I�€™m a Mizuno fan, they make fantastic wedges, they just feel good and perform consistent
ProsMizuno feel and performance
ConsThe color wears off eventually
By Sol
Denver, Colorado
Easily became my favorite clubs
June 22, 2020
I received the low-bounce, 58-degree, blue T-20 on 4/17 and added a 54-degree as well a month later. Now, after two months of practice and play, they are my go-to clubs for full swings from 120 yards out to chips from just off the green. Full-disclosure, I bought my first T-20 because it looks so damned good. I love the design and that Mizuno blue and after a couple months of weekly rounds and range sessions, the colored finish has kept up surprisingly well. But the performance of these wedges is by far the biggest reason I�€™m gaming them. Their consistency with distance and ball flight is more reliable than previous wedges I�€™ve played (RTX-4, Glide 2.0, MD4, RTX-3, and SM6) and that reliability feeds confidence and creates a virtuous cycle that results in a continually increasing percentage of good shots. I also like that both wedges were available in lower-bounce options. I don�€™t take massive divots so mid to high bounce wedges often lead to skulled shots. The low-bounce combined with the heavy, S400 shafts match up with my swing to provide a predictable point of impact; and I am not a high swing-speed player (91-95 mph with my driver and I use stiff C-taper lights in my irons). I was initially worried the shafts would be too stiff and heavy for me but the weight seems to help me make more consistent swings. The only thing I�€™d change would be for the feel to be a little softer. Changing from the RTX-4 to the T-20 initially made the ball feel like I was hitting a rock but I don�€™t mind it so much now that I�€™ve gamed them for a couple months. And the versatility with the grind and the bounce of these wedges makes it easy to flip, chip-and-roll, full-shot, or draw on command. To sum it up, I look like a much better player than I actually am when I�€™m hitting my T-20s. Will order a 50-degree as soon as I spot a �€œlike new�€ pre-owned for sale. Thanks to RBG for doing what you do!
ProsControl, versatility, reliability, and smokin? hot looks.
ConsThe feel is a bit harder than I expected.