Golf Waterloo | Gates Park-South Hills-Irv Warren Monte Meyer and Nate Lubs
Options matter Especially in the last 40m
Your scorecard is made, or broken, by what you can do with the golf ball from 40 metres in. In the range of lies from rough to tight, lush to sand; with simple chip to short-sided pitch; you want a set of wedges to provide you with opportunities.
The new Cleveland Golf RTX4 Wedges deliver ball-stopping spin and control, along with designs that offer you options.
A very traditional, fuller-bounce, no-grind option for squarer, probably more often fuller shots. Especially good for lusher conditions and / or those with steeper attack angles.
A mid-bounce, V-shaped sole offers bounce to use, and a grind that helps cut the leading edge through sand or rough.
A C-shaped grind that allows you to play shots with the face open or closed, while still exploiting some bounce.
Lots of grind, leaves an extra-low bounce that’s useful if you have a shallow attack angle and / or are playing hard, tight conditions.
Notice how the lower lofts have a squarer leading edge that reflects the priority of fuller shots, while higher lofts have a rounded leading edge that adds to the versatility of the wedge.
If you haven’t upgraded your wedge set in a while, the Cleveland Golf RTX4 Wedges and the number of options they offer you greenside should be an inspiration to improve your short game.