Review Introduction – TaylorMade Golf Milled 3 Wedges

TaylorMade Golf’s family of Milled Grind wedges has now welcomed their third generation. Following the success of the Milled Grind and Milled Grind 2 wedge we now have the Milled Grind 3 wedge.

The Milled Grind 3 (MG3) wedges are an upgrade from the first two generations as TaylorMade Golf has taken feedback from the prior generations and with feedback from their tour professionals an made a good club, better. Making the MG3 standout is technology like their RAW Face Micro Ribs that deliver more spin around the greens thanks to added face texture.

The best players in the world prefer a RAW finish on the faces of their wedges. Just in case you didn’t know a raw finish is when unplated material lack the typical satin chrome (or similar) that you see on wedges and irons. Over time, this material will rust which results in consistent spin an better performance in wet conditions.

Also, the head also features what TaylorMade Golf call it’s “Thick-Thin Design” which allowed engineers to optimize the CG location for precise flight and enhanced feel. The design team accomplished this by creating a thinner topline and placing additional weight closer to the top of the head.

I was very fortunate to receive an invitation to attend the TaylorMade Golf Canada Media Day when the Milled Grind 3 and new P-790 irons were launched. I liked them that day. But getting the chance to test out clubs on the course, long-term, with your specs is a different story altogether.

Below, is an unboxing video for an introduction to testing. Testing is well underway and a full review can be expected very soon.. Stay tuned.

Until The Next Tee!!

#fightangrind #untilthenexttee

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