Cleveland RTX-3 Wedges

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Cleveland RT X3 Wedges reviewed and tested by PGA professional AskGolfGuru Mark Crossfield. Mark hits the new Cleveland RT-X3 wedges and talks about the new change in design as well as the Rotex grooves. See what the new Cleveland RT-x3 wedges could do for your golf game.

23 thoughts on “Cleveland RTX-3 Wedges

  1. Good review (as usual). Just about to replace my aged wedges with these but wondered if high loft/low bounce (60/6) would be a good combo for thin sand/hard pan bunkers? Regards.

  2. I haven't played Cleveland wedges in years, but moving the center of gravity away from the hosel, is about as cutting-edge as you can get, in wedge design. Really cool.

  3. I loved hearing a bit more from the Srixon guy about what they have done. I am intrigued by these. I have a few Cleveland wedges in my wedge collection but use mostly Vokey's now and I love the feel and control on SM6 wedges. Certainly want to give them a run. It is good seeing all the major wedge guys trying to do things to mix it up be it Callaway (the "real Cleveland") with the PM build, Vokey on SM6, Ping was first with different grooves based on loft, and all that is going on here. I like the tour raw finish.

  4. I prefer silver finish, now I got black satin wedges and after year of playing they look terrible in my opinion. Next set of wedges wedges definitely satin and of course like last 2 sets Cleveland.

  5. Getting fed up with all this techno sh£te, every club manufacturer is doing something and it's all different from each other with all of them telling us that there's works and the others don't. How on earth did the likes of Player, Nicklaus, Palmer, Seve, Faldo get around those courses with blades, wooden drivers and balata balls.

  6. Rotex 2s had best spin but only shanked those clubs and those clubs only. Never knew about COG being on heel which makes sense for shanks. Definitely try those out

  7. I have Cleveland wedges 52 edge and 50 deg , bent to 49 by my fitter, Nick Hibbs. Lovely . Really lovely. Only one I've tried that I didn't like is the HUGE 60 deg ; 10 bounce Mackdaddy PM grind wedge. The huge bounce made it very difficult to get a clean strike on the tight links courses I play. Good on lush grass, sand and rough though.

  8. Hmmmm whenever i hear techno rubbish explanations like this I cease to take a manufacturer seriously; its an immediate off put. Will stick with more traditional firms like Mizuno and Callaway who generally know what they are talking about.

  9. I need a new wedge, mine are great off the turf but my flange is too big!(wipe that silly smirk off ya face) Struggling to splash shots out of bunkers without knifing them.

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