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BMF Wedge

All amateur golfers long to see their shots bite on the green or backspin toward the hole when hit behind the pin. The BLACK MILLED FACE (BMF) brand was launched to fulfill those dreams.

After developing a non-regulation model of golf club capable of generating tremendous spin so that amateur golfers can comfortable enjoy their games, we began selling them in 2010.

This product, the DIA CROSS SPIN, is the fifth generation of that original model.

Featuring a new construction and milling that generates even more spin than its predecessors, it has also had its appearance updated.

DIA CROSS SPIN

Three technologies that achieve intense spin

Reverse-Cut Grooves
To keep loft angle the same while producing the maximum possible spin, grooves were added to the angle that grabs the ball, without considering the R&A rules.
Double Milling
Disregarding the R&A rules, we machined a wide double milling into the face to generate severe friction.
Slice Line
A slice line was added to increase the effectiveness of shots that open the club's face.
Base Price: ¥
9,900 (includes tax)
¥18,700 (includes tax) - Two-Club Set
¥26,400 (includes tax) - Three-Club Set

* Incompatible with R&A rules

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DIA CROSS SPIN

Head
Head Material 431 stainless steel
Head Construction Precision casting with W-milling and engraved score line and slash
Head finish Satin and mirror finish
Loft Angle (°) 50 52 56 58 60
Lie Angle (°) 64
Bounce Angle (°) 10 12
Shaft - TrueTemper Lightweight Shaft
Flex WEDGE
Length (inches) 35.5 35.25
Total Club Weight (g) 440 443
Balance D1 D2
Shaft Weight (g) 90
Torque 2.0
Kick Point Medium
Shaft - Original Carbon DIA CROSS SPIN Shaft
Flex WEDGE
Length (inches) 35.5 35.25
Total Club Weight (g) 404 410
Balance D1 D2
Shaft Weight (g) 57
Torque 4.2
Kick Point High
Grip - BMF Original Rubber
Weight (g) 50
Grip Size 60
Back Line No

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TECHNOLOGY

Groove Comparison

Reverse-Cut Grooves
To keep loft angle the same while producing the maximum possible spin, grooves that grabs the ball were added to the angle, neglecting the R&A rules.
Double Milling
Ignoring the R&A rules, we machined a wide double milling into the face to generate severe friction.
Slice Line
A slice line increases the effectiveness of shots that open the club's face.

Regulation Wedge

Grooves on Regulation Wedge
The R&A rules dictate the width, depth, and spacing of grooves, which limits the amount of spin.
Milling on Regulation Wedge
The R&A rules specify that grooves cannot affect spin, so they are used for drainage instead.
Regulation Wedge
Due to the R&A rules, there are no grooves for increasing spin when opening the club's face.
Double Milling
Ignoring the R&A rules, we machined a wide double milling into the face to generate severe friction.
Milling on Regulation Wedge
The R&A rules specify that grooves cannot affect spin, so they are used for drainage instead.
Slice Line
A slice line increases the effectiveness of shots that open the club's face.
Regulation Wedge
Due to the R&A rules, there are no grooves for increasing spin when opening the club's face.

TEST DATA

Comparison of Spin -- 20-Yard Approach

We compared the DIA CROSS SPIN with a regulation wedge.
TrackMan measurements revealed that the non-regulation DIA CROSS SPIN produced more spin than regulation models, allowing players to aim directly for the pin.

Average Data

Spin Amount Head Speed Drive Angle Carry Run Ratio Total Distance
4132 rpm 14.3 m/s 31.6° 20.7 yd 18.5% 25.4 yd
Spin Amount
4132 rpm
Head Speed
14.3 m/s
Drive Angle
31.6°
Carry
20.7 yd
Run Ratio
18.5%
Total Distance
25.4 yd

Regulation WedgeAverage Data

Spin Amount Head Speed Drive Angle Carry Run Ratio Total Distance
2542 rpm 15.2 m/s 39.3° 19.9 yd 26.1% 27 yd
Spin Amount
2542 rpm
Head Speed
15.2 m/s
Drive Angle
39.3°
Carry
19.9 yd
Run Ratio
26.1%
Total Distance
27 yd

* Average values for 10 balls hit with each 58° test club.
* RPM refers to revolutions per minute.
* Results may vary according to weather, grass conditions, and the golfer's swing trajectory.

BOUNCE

Middle Bounce (50° • 52°)

A middle-bounce angle allows people who have sharp or shallow swing trajectories to feel the bounce of the club.
This makes it easy to hit shots in a variety of conditions around the green.

High Bounce (56° • 58° • 60°)

A high bounce and wide sole allow bounce to be easily felt.
Also suitable for escaping bunkers, high bounce provides a comfortable follow-through in many different conditions.

SHAPE

Traditional shape makes it easier to set your stance

The club's shape features a sharp topline and smooth curve between the face and neck. A slight gooseneck makes it easier to grab the ball on the downswing and generate spin.
A favorite among golfers, this shape allows players to make their shots as they envision them under any conditions.

SHAFT

Lightweight Steel Shaft from True Temper

The club uses a lightweight steel shaft manufactured by True Temper, whose Dynamic Gold shafts have been used by many top pros since their introduction 40 years ago. A medium kick point pushes the head in a way that improves control.
You can also match the lightweight steel to the flow of your irons.

Original Lightweight Carbon Shaft

Rare among single wedges, this carbon shaft has been designed to standard specifications.
It can also be matched to the flow of your carbon irons.
The low kick point allows even golfers with slow head speeds to push the head and increase spin amount.

Recommended Settings

Here are some examples settings for matching with the irons you use.
You can select the optimal loft to follow your pitching wedge.
And since the BMF is also available with a carbon shaft, you can choose a club that doesn't feel off or uncomfortable.

Iron
PW 46° or Higher 50° 52° 56° 58° 60°
Pw 43~45° 50° 52° 56° 58° 60°
50° 52° 56° 58° 60°

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