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TaylorMade launches personalised wedge service

10.57am 5th May 2020 - New Products

TaylorMade Golf has launched a personalised wedge offering to add to its successful personalised putter programme.

The programme, which started on May 4, is inspired by trends seen on the PGA Tour where players personalise wedges with stamping to display their unique personalities. TaylorMade is now giving all golfers the ability to make each wedge uniquely their own and deliver a service that has historically been reserved for the game’s top players.

Bill Price, Senior Director of Product Creation, Putter & Wedge, said: “With Raw Face Technology and the Milled Grind sole, MG2 wedges are the ultimate in consistency and precision. With the new MyMG2, now you’re able to make it precisely your own. We offer a number of personalisation options so you can design a wedge that’s truly unique to your game and your preferences.”

Golfers can select from four different finishes – cobalt nickel, chrome, black and raw – and custom stamping options include personalised text and initials, as well as dozens of images. Golfers choose from 13 different paint fills and complete the package by selecting the grip and shaft of their choice. Beyond personalised aesthetics, golfers can build the wedge to their precise specs by customising loft, lie, length and grip size. The cost per wedge is £189.

Similar to the original Milled Grind wedges, and also found in the P·7TW irons, MyMG2 wedges feature the company’s proven CNC milling technology, which allows for the production of wedges to exacting specifications. Each leading edge and sole grind is individually CNC milled for unparalleled accuracy and consistency from club to club and grind to grind.

Order can be placed at and from authorised TaylorMade, stockists.

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