Mizuno T7: Donald's new wedges for Open

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Luke Donald will play with new wedges in the bag this week after putting the new Mizuno T7 wedges in play ahead of this week’s Open Championship.

Revealed in a tweet this afternoon, Donald is replacing his 54˚ and 60˚ S5 wedges with the same lofts in the T7, and is also keeping the Blue IP finish.

We managed to get our hands on the new Mizuno T7 wedges on the brand's European Tour truck, but we can’t share any technological details just yet.
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For the mean time, we can confirm they are a replacement the MP-T5 wedges currently on sale and will be available in two finishes – Satin White and Blue IP – after both colours proved extremely popular in last year’s S5 wedge release.

Mizuno T7 wedges - more information

Keep your eyes peeled to bunkered.co.uk and our Twitter account @BunkeredOnline for more details in the coming weeks.

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