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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Rick Shiels Tests the Mizuno ES21 Wedges (Video)

Another Rick Shiels test, this time of some new Mizuno wedges. Rick says he has never cared for Mizuno wedges because they don't really stand out when compared to other wedges. But these wedges have given him something to think about, primarily because of their design. And since we often see manufacturers come out with variations of successful designs, I thought you might like to become familiar with these new wedges.


  1. Not sure if you're writing a Limerick summary this week since the only other tournament of note was cosanctioned by the European and Sunshine Tours, but the final event for the ladies in Japan, the JLPGA Tour Championship Ricoh Cup, went to Erika Hara. Ayaka Furue made a run late in the final round but came up just short, but it was enough to sew up low scoring average for 2020 at 70.1064. Yuka Saso led the money list but I see no reference to a player of the year award, likely because for the purposes of player eligibility the tour has adopted a wrap around schedule for 2020/2021 given the disruption this year and the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics (fingers crossed) blocking out some time next year.

  2. Okay, so the LET was in Spain this week and I almost forgot about it. Given the disruption to their already sparse schedule I can be forgiven for the oversight.

    1. Actually, I've already done a limerick for the LET event. I felt Emily Pedersen's play over the last month or so made it the most deserving.