Cleveland Wedges News, Advice and Buyers Guide
When you are looking to choose a wedge, Cleveland Golf will certainly not disappoint you. As a brand the company have been at the forefront of wedge design & technology since being founded in 1979. Regarded as true short game specialist’s, Cleveland gives you one of the most varied collection of wedges in the market. Offering a wide range & scope in choice for loft, bounce angles, models and versions to choose from, you are certain to find the right wedge that will suit your game’s needs among the Cleveland wedges.
Key Feature’s this year to note are the Rotex Face Pattern that are Cleveland's latest in spin technology to date.
Currently on the market are Cleveland Golf's newest wedges, the 588 RTX in Regular and Cavity Back versions
Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 Wedge
A reproduction of the highly successful Cleveland 588 wedge made of 1025 Carbon Steel, this 2016 2.0 version features a breakthrough Rotex Face Pattern on its face along with the Tour Zip Groove™ for maximum ball traction at any angle across the clubface. Created with Laser Milled™ Technology, the U-shaped Tour Zip Grooves™ are 16% wider and more uniform than those of its predecessor, yet still conforms to the latest USGA regulations. The directional milled Rotex Face Pattern radiating outward from the leading edge provides additional roughness for shots made with an open clubface, imparting additional spin for better ball control.
Available in all range of lofts from 46° to 64° and bounce ranging from 8° to 14° the Cleveland 588 RTX comes in 2 finishes: Black Pearl and Tour Satin Chrome. Only available in True Temper Tour Concept Wedge steel shafts.
Perimeter weighted for better balance and superior control over off-center hits, the 588 RTX 2.0 CB Wedges are designed for players who prefer a more forgiving wedge. Milled out of high quality 1025 Carbon Steel, equipped with the Tour Zip Groove and the Rotex Face Pattern laser-etched across its face, the 588 RTX CB 2.0 has the added advantage of the Cavity Back that helps it resist twisting during off-center hits on the clubface.