TaylorMade Hi-Toe wedges review: The results

The higher lofted Hi-Toe wedges are absolutely brilliant from the rough.

TaylorMade Hi Toe wedges review

They are also really good from tight lies. I love the way the leading edge sits nice and flush to the turf – it makes you feel like you can really get the club under the ball.

With the lower lofted wedges I found them pretty friendly on full shots although some people may find the jump from a chunky pitching wedge a bit steep.

TaylorMade Hi-Toe wedges review: NCG verdict

It came as no surprise to see the Hi-Toe line extended.

The lob wedges are fantastic and will really help golfers of all abilities get up and down more frequently.

TaylorMade Hi Toe wedges review

We don’t quite have the same number of bounce and grind options as you’d get with the Vokey SM7 line for example but it’s nice to see a bit of variation on the soles.

I still think there’s also the option of going for the regular Milled Grind wedges and then just adding a Hi-Toe as a lob wedge.

But people can be a bit funny with their golf equipment and like everything to match.

So I’m sure there will be plenty of takers for a full set of Hi-Toes.

TaylorMade Hi-Toe wedges details

SRP: £139

Stock shafts:

KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 115g (58°, 60°, 64°)
KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 120g (50°, 52°, 54°, 56°)

More information can be found on the TaylorMade website.