Modart Wedges are a sight to behold, CNC’d from a solid block of S25C steel “BEFORE IT HAS BEEN FORGED” to create the most uniform grain pattern and a sensational feel during impact. There are a few types of different Modart wedges but I put them in 2 different categories the first is the CNC milled wedges as you see in this post, the second are the forged handmade Suda-Grind wedges fully custom and made for you by who in my opinion is the best hand grinder in all of Japan today. Click “Read more” to Continue.
A little bit of background on Modart, Suda-san having spent more than 10 years in the golf industry had long had a dream of making his own brand. He spent years honing his grinding and club design skills at Fourteen Golf where under the guidance of Grind Studio master and former top Fourteen grinder Masahiro Tomaru. When Tomaru-san left, Suda-san became the top grinder and focused on grinding Fourteen wedges for top Japanese pros on tour. Besides grinding for tour pros, Suda-san was also in charge of up and coming releases which include the very popular MT-28 V5 wedge in his portfolio.
Who are these designed for? Very good players, they are compact, with a rounded sole grind providing ample relief in the heel and toe side which makes it easier to manipulate the face opening it up for high more creative shot patterns, the offset is next to nil and the overall dimensions of this club head is what most consider compact.
The best part about it is it’s performance, for a conforming wedge it spins a lot the face has milled grooves plus the cleanest and most refined face milling I’ve seen in other words the T55 screams quality. It’s curved edges and milled rounded shape glides through the turf better than most wedges on the market. It’s top line is narrow yet has a touch of heft to it so confidence is always there for the player.
Lofts and tons of them 48/4 – 50/4 – 52/6 – 54/8 – 56/8 – 58/8 – 60/6 – 62/4 that should have pretty much everyone covered! Notice how low the bounce is in the highest lofts as well. Expect to see the new Modart T55 wedge in the TSG ProShop shortly but I must warn due to the full CNC milled design which is something no other brand is doing these do cost a pretty penny approx MSRP – $450 usd.