Wilson has announced an extension to their Staff Model wedge with the introduction of the new Tour Grind sole model, which has been designed for players looking for optimal precision on shots around the greens.
The wedge has been created in collaboration with their Tour Staff, and focuses on their request for a sole shape which allows them to open the clubface in order to have more creativity around the greens.
Ideal for tighter lies or firmer course conditions, Wilson say that the wedge is really aimed at the better player to allow them to get the most from their game.
The new Staff Model Tour Grind wedges offer golfers the chance to play a wedge inspired by the custom grinds made for Tour players like Gary Woodland and Padraig Harrington.
The sole offers a clean design and a precision milled club face, allowing golfers to increase shot-making capabilities and it complements our existing Staff Model line of wedges perfectly.
Jon Pergande, Global Manager of Innovation, Wilson Golf
The Tour Grind wedge is made from a soft-forged 8620 Carbon Steel, which produces a buttery responsive feel when golfers strike the ball.
Score lines have been machine-engraved into the milled face, to create a higher density pattern which produces more spin and control with every shot.
The Tour Grind sits alongside the standard Staff Model Wedge and the Hi-Toe version, meaning that Wilson now has a wedge in their range to cater for all abilities of golfer.
The wedges feature True Temper Dynamic Golf 120 steel shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet Grips. The new Tour Grind wedge is available in 56, 58 and 60 degrees from February 2021 at an RRP of £109.
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