Micro-Groove HM

Micro-Groove HM Wedges

A Great Wedge Design Made Better… With an All New custom Sole Design

Features:

  • The popular HM Series wedges have been re-designed with a unique custom sole grind to increase playability for more types of wedge shots

  • New Zero Bounce heel grind removes the bounce from the heel end of the sole for more consistency when the face is opened to hit finesse and cut shots

  • Front sole Knock Down grind allows golfers to more easily play low, driving, hands forward shots without digging the leading edge into the ground as much

  • Center to rear sole grind offers conventional bounce for normal shots from all lie conditions

  • Beautiful pearl NiCr plated finish over the 8620 carbon steel body offers a soft feel with a long lasting appearance.   Available in RH in 52° AW, 56° SW and 60° LW.



Tom talks about the NEW Micro-Groove HM

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Micro-Groove HM, 4.3 out of 5 based on 149 ratings

70 Comments

  1. Yes I would like to know if these wedge heads come in lefthanded and what degrees thank you

    • MIKW

      The PCF Nicro Pro wedges are available in LH in all three lofts of 52, 56 and 60. The HM Series and the PCF Platinum and PCF wide sole are not available in left hand in any of the lofts.

      TOM

    • Yes it’s mike Reay do they have these in lefthanded

  2. Can I still buy the HM wedges? I love my 54 & 58 but don’t see new ones anywhere…

    • RICK
      The HM Series wedges are still in the product line with no changes to any of the models. Ordering is through Diamond Golf International since I went into semi retirement in 2016 so they can take care of your clubmaking needs. Toll free 844-552-3437 or online.

      TOM

  3. Hi Tom, it looks like the hosel of the HM wedge (and perhaps PCF) is “coned” or has had a countersink applied. I’d like to install a graphite shaft in this wedge and want to make sure the graphite shaft has some protection from breakage.
    Thanks in advance

    • GARTH

      Every one of my clubhead models, regardless if you are talking driver to wedge head is coned by the production factory to provide a cushion of epoxy to help add to protecting graphite shafts from stress with the top of the hosel. It does not eliminate all possibility of that because there are several other factors involved, but it certainly is done professionally to offer what the industry considers to be the proper cushion of epoxy during installation of the shaft. With this standard coning, you do not need to do any additional work for proper shaft protection.

      TOM

  4. Hi Tom,

    I will be buying 771 irons and HM wedges in the next few months. I have decided to have the 50* AW from the 771 irons. I would like to have a 54* SW and a 58* LW. I really like the concept of the front sole grind as I do hit a lot of chips/knockdown shots with my wedges. Knowing that, would it be better to decrease loft on the HM sand and lob wedges or increase loft on the HM gap and sand wedges?

    Thanks much.

    • BILL:

      Thanks much for your interest and for your wanting more info on your upcoming iron and wedge selections. We’re always happy to help. I would say that even based on the fact that you do hit a lot of chips and knock downs now, which means you are more used to having much more of a hands ahead, deloft presentation of the clubhead to the ball, it probably would be better for you to turn the 56 into the 54 and the 60 into the 58. The sole angle change would only be 2* so you will still have enough bounce down there to survive a hands ahead position at impact.

      Reason I would not go the other way is two fold – 1) the 52 is smaller overall in head size than the 56. To turn that into your SW might be a little different to your eyes seeing a smallish size head in the sand; 2) If you bend the 56 to be your lob wedge at 58, that means you have a lot of bounce on the sole for a LW. Now if you frequently used the 58 from sand then that might be ok. But if you use the 58 much more from turf, then I would be a little hesitant on having 14* bounce on the LW sole after the bend.

      Hope this helps,
      TOM

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