TaylorMade has announced a number of upgrades to its Hi-Toe line of wedges, which have found favour with all levels of golfer from beginner to Tour player.
The most notable addition is the inclusion of the Raw Face Technlogy which was first seen in the Milled Grind 2 Wedges, and is designed to rust over time to maintain spin levels as well as adding a pretty nice visual touch too.
The Hi-Toe design was first introduced in 2017 and features full-face scoring lines, which provide better performance by expanding the sweet spot and giving you better results right across the face, ideal for those who are inconsistent with their striking or playing out of thicker rough.
TaylorMade also say that the design produces a higher centre of gravity that is engineered for a lower launch with more spin, meaning that golfers receive better control and spin on the full swing.
The Hi-Toe Raw features a ZTP Raw Groove Design, which is engineered for extra greenside spin particularly in wet conditions, with sharper, narrower and deepoer groves in the face.
The wedge is available between 50 and 62 degrees, and in both low and standard bounce options, at an RRP of £149.
Hi-Toe Raw Big Foot
The new gear doesn't stop there, as the Hi-Toe Raw is joined by a new Big Foot model which features a 32mm wide C-Grind sole, designed to stop you from digging into the ground and therefore providing much more forgiveness for golfers who struggle on shorter shots.
With 15 degrees of bounce, the Big Foot is available in 56, 58 and 60 degree models in a new Aged Copper finish, which creates a 'classic rich reveal' over time. It is priced at an RRP of £149.
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