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Are Cleveland 588 RTX wedges forged?

Made from 1025 carbon steel, the 588 Forged RTG wedge offers golfers an incredibly soft yet solid feel and less unwanted vibration. The advanced Precision Forging process ensures the highest level of part-to-part manufacturing consistency for supreme confidence and trust over every shot.

What year did the Cleveland RTX 588 Wedge come out?

September 2, 2014 – Cleveland Golf is launching this September a new range of 588 RTX 2.0 wedges for 2014, building on the success of the original 588 RTX first released in 2013. Cleveland Golf’s 588 RTX wedge literally changed the face of spin on its release.

Who designed Cleveland wedges?

Callaway Golf Chief Designer Roger Cleveland is a legend. He designed his first club in 1981–82 and has been crafting wedges for Callaway since 1997.

What does 2 dot mean on Cleveland wedges?

Cleveland denotes the amount of bounce in their wedges with dots on the sole: one dot for low bounce, two for medium, and three for high.

Are Cleveland RTX-3 wedges good?

Overall the RTX-3 is a significant improvement on the 588 RTX 2.0 and it sounds and feels better and the benefits of the CG placement should result in an increase in accuracy. It is probably the start of things to come from Cleveland as more resources go into wedges now that they have stopped making irons and woods.

What degree wedges do I need?

So generally think about putting in a gap wedge that’s 48 or 50 degrees, a sand wedge that’s between 54 and 56 degrees, and a lob wedge that’s between 58 and 60 degrees. These are general guidelines, make sure you’re working with your fitter to get the gapping that works best for you.

How long do wedges last?

Studies have shown that a typical wedge will last 65-75 rounds before there’s a dip in performance. For the average recreational golfer who plays regularly, that comes out to about every 18 to 24 months.

Did Callaway buy Cleveland?

Cleveland Golf Company, Inc. and Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd. In 1990, Roger Cleveland sold all shares and ownership interest in the Roger Cleveland Golf Company he founded, later leaving the company to join the Callaway Golf in 1996.

What’s the difference between the 588 and 588 RTX wedges?

The rougher, milled face is designed to impart more spin on wedge shots than a traditional, smoother club face could. The 588 RTX wedge’s grooves are also 16 percent larger than those on its 588 predecessor. Of course, generally speaking, the wider the grooves, the more spin that can be generated.

Is the Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 a kitchen sink wedge?

Throw the kitchen sink at golfers with the new 588 RTX 2.0 wedges. That kitchen sink includes a new face and grooves, new sole grinds, and more custom fitting options than ever before. Golfers will have a number of different aesthetic options with their Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedges.

What kind of shaft does Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 have?

Cleveland’s 588 RTX 2.0 wedges ($129.99) are available in two finishes — Tour Satin and Black Satin — as well as a cavity-back (CB) model that has a Black Satin finish. They come stock with a True Temper’s Dynamic Gold steel wedge shaft, or a 90-gram High Performance Rotex graphite shaft.

What are the finishes on the Cleveland 588 golf wedges?

Golfers will have a number of different aesthetic options with their Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedges. As you can see, there are both Tour Satin and Black Satin finishes in addition to blade and cavity back styles.