Pin-seeking pleasure with a multi-faceted sole
How do you achieve incredible stopping power with conforming grooves? The answer, Muziik’s designers concluded, was to revert to the original multi-faceted sole in the Muziik Fifties AW and SW Wedges.
While the front part of the sole has a bounce angle of 14 to 15 degrees (in the centre), its width is shortened so that the bounce does not interfere with the ground. The bounce of the second part is 0 degrees, while the third part is grinded off completely.
Golfers can this attack the ball boldly with an open face, as there is minimal contact between the sole and the ground. Contact time between the face and the ball increases and consequently spin and ball-stopping control