Srixon/Cleveland RTX 4 wedges - 2018

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  • jojjoj Members Posts: 134 ✭✭
    RH82 wrote:
    Just curious on how you guys got the wedges early?




    Me too!
  • MrFlapjackMrFlapjack Members Posts: 2,597 ✭✭
    Yepyukon wrote:


    RTX-4 review: I have played the RTX-3's since they came out and have loved the playability of them, especially around the greens. I have a 50*, 56* (bent to 55*), and 60* in the black finish all 2 dot/mid bounce. They are shafted with a PX 6.0 steel shaft. My carry distance is 50*-110, 55*-95, 60*-75 on full swings. I am putting the RTX-4's into play with the same lofts, bounce, and finish but with the stock DG TI shaft. I am a digger/driver and can take a beaver pelt of a divot while playing if I am not careful, so the V-Sole and bounce are my friend.



    Looks: They are sharp. I love the new look of the 4's and the reduced offset is nice, but nothing that jumps out at you (even when holding them together). The stock shaft of the DG Tour Issue shaft is a nice complement and allowed me to flight my shots when needed. The writing and stamping on the head really blends well together and does not look overly busy. The V-Sole seems to be greatly removed/toned-down on my 50* and 60* but the 55* is roughly the same.



    Spin: This is where the 4 is going to outshine the 3 all day long, IMO. I loved the spin I got from the 3. I could stop it where I wanted or back it up, but occasionally I would catch one that just spun like crazy or didn't spin as much as I had hoped. Given, I only have 1 round with the 4's in the bag, that was not an issue today. If I needed it to stop, it did. If I expected it to spin a little more or less, it did. Out of the thick rough, you could feel the ball grab the face and really gave me the confidence that I could still control the distance and spin.



    Bunker: This is where I will struggle for a bit I think. I am a decent bunker player but I failed to get up and down twice today from easy-ish spots after taking too much sand. I tend to use my 60* out of most bunkers but might practice a bit with my 55* due to the reduction of the sole. It could have just been a bad day from the bunkers though so I will keep working with that.



    Full shot: These felt great from the fairway. The 3's I always felt were a little dead off the face. While that I not neccessarily a bad thing, it didn't give the feedback that I could instantly tell it was struck pure or slightly off center. The 4's are a different animal. Again, it could be the shaft change or the head, or a combination of both, but they felt great and really responsive when struck.



    Around the green: I only hit a few shots from around the green as I tend to use my PW or 8i and get the ball on the ground most of the time. I did have one shot today from 50yds that I was able to control the flight and spin really well and a few other shots where I was short sided in fringe/rough. You can really feel the ball come off the face with spin, even on short shots. I really like the V sole on my 50 RTX-3 and wish it was the same on the 4's, but I think I can get used to it. I tend to stray away from using my 60 off any tight lie unless I need to so I didn't have that shot today to compare.



    Overall: I think people that did not like the RTX-3 will really like this wedge. Likewise, I think that people that liked the RTX-3's will also like this wedge, but maybe not a full set or at least a different bounce/dot configuration from what they are used to. The spin is amazing and they are really easy to flight. The feel might be the best improvement for me on full shots. I have never been one to play a PW outside of the set make up but these will make me think of getting a 46 to match. I can see these making a pretty big splash on the wedge market.







    Wow the vsole looks reduced quite a bit on the 4s. Not sure I like that part of it but will see..
    Cobra LTD Pro HZRDUS 75g 6.5 (Synergy Black 70TX tipped 1/2")
    Ping 2014 Rapture 3W - Blueboard 73x5ct
    Srixon Z U45 18, 20, 23 () (Testing Cobra F8 and Ping G 3 hybrids)
    Srixon Z545 5-AW (SF i110 stiff) (Testing Cleveland CBX 7-PW, and Nike Vapor Fly 4-6 irons)
    RTX 3.0 - 54 and 58 (SF i125 stiff) (Testing Cleveland CBX wedges 48, 52, 56 bent to 50, 54, 58)
    YES Milly - 100gm TLP. (Testing Ping Ketsch Mid)
  • chris975dchris975d GeorgiaClubWRX Posts: 1,908 ClubWRX
    RH82 wrote:


    Just curious on how you guys got the wedges early?




    Don't know about the other guys, but being a Srixon/Cleveland hard goods account, they offered us a program to get the wedges early so that we could try them out and know about them with real world experience prior to official launch.
    TaylorMade 9* M5 w/GD AD-IZ 6
    TaylorMade M5 3-wood
    TaylorMade M5 5-wood
    Srixon H85 4
    Srixon 5-PW, AW Z585 w/Project X LZ 6.0
    Cleveland RTX4 54*, 58*
    TaylorMade Spider X Copper
  • J_BirdieJ_Birdie LOFT Issue Members Posts: 1,700 ✭✭
    **** the Vsole does look cut down a ton on those pics. I love the current vsole on my 50, just not my 54 or 60.



    Ideally I would like a 2 dot 45/50, full sole 54, and low/Xlow 60.
    What's in my bag:
    Srixon Z785 9.5* w/ Tensei Pro Orange 70TX 45.5"
    Cobra Fly-Z+ 3W w/ Aldila Tour Blue 75X 42.75"
    Taylormade P790 UDI 2i / Diamana D+ 92HY X 1* Up 18* loft
    Cobra Forged Tour 4-PW / Nippon NS Pro Modus 120X 1* Up
    Cobra King Black Wedges 50* & 54* (bent to 55*) Versatile Grind / Nippon NS Pro Modus 120X
    Callaway PM Grind 2 60* Nippon NS Pro Modus 120X
    Odyssey O-Works 7S Black with Superstroke GT 2.0 Pistol Grip 35"
  • blink3665blink3665 #TwistFaceExperience Members Posts: 6,012 ✭✭
    After my first round with these I can say that I'm really impressed. i have always played high bounce wedges. I don't know if you have heard this or not... but in Seattle.. it rains. Most of the year the ground is really soft. This has led me to play high bounce wedges. However, I really use my wedges around the green and dont take many full shots with anything higher than my gw. After playing around with the xlow, I can say that my Hi Toe might be in trouble. I only used it out of the sand once today, but there wasnt any digging and the wedge made it through just fine. I'll need a lot more practice out of the sand before I'm as comfortable with it as I am with the Hi-Toe though. Around the greens the xlow was excellent. I did a lot of chipping with the 54 and 58. The 54 is the same bounce as my current 54 so not much a difference there. However there seems to be significantly more spin. After reading another review above mine I made sure to throw darts at the pin instead of aiming to have my ball roll out. I'm glad I did. For my higher chips there was barely any run. Spin and trajectory were both easy to manipulate today.



    First round honeymoon was fantastic. We'll see if the magic lasts.
    Srixon z785 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65 / / Taylormade M4 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65
    Taylormade M3 HL MFS5 White Tie 60S -0.75" (42.5")
    Taylormade M4 19* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (40.25")
    Taylormade M4 22* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (39.75")
    Srixon 545 - 5-PW - 2* flat - Modus3 120s - Best Grips Classic
    Cleveland CBX 48* +1* loft - -0.75" - 2* flat
    Cleveland RTX4 Raw 54* mid, 58* xlow -0.75" - 2* flat // TM Hi Toe 58* 2* flat
    Slighter Proto 1 - #9/Del Mar design - High Toe - Long neck - Deep Milled face - 33", 370gr, lie 71*, loft 4*
    Odyssey OWorks 2ball - 32"
    GolfWRX (Nike Collegiate) bag (White) / Nike HyperAdapt

    WITB Link
  • YepyukonYepyukon Hinge + Hold Members Posts: 4,124 ✭✭
    MrFlapjack wrote:

    Yepyukon wrote:


    RTX-4 review: I have played the RTX-3's since they came out and have loved the playability of them, especially around the greens. I have a 50*, 56* (bent to 55*), and 60* in the black finish all 2 dot/mid bounce. They are shafted with a PX 6.0 steel shaft. My carry distance is 50*-110, 55*-95, 60*-75 on full swings. I am putting the RTX-4's into play with the same lofts, bounce, and finish but with the stock DG TI shaft. I am a digger/driver and can take a beaver pelt of a divot while playing if I am not careful, so the V-Sole and bounce are my friend.



    Looks: They are sharp. I love the new look of the 4's and the reduced offset is nice, but nothing that jumps out at you (even when holding them together). The stock shaft of the DG Tour Issue shaft is a nice complement and allowed me to flight my shots when needed. The writing and stamping on the head really blends well together and does not look overly busy. The V-Sole seems to be greatly removed/toned-down on my 50* and 60* but the 55* is roughly the same.



    Spin: This is where the 4 is going to outshine the 3 all day long, IMO. I loved the spin I got from the 3. I could stop it where I wanted or back it up, but occasionally I would catch one that just spun like crazy or didn't spin as much as I had hoped. Given, I only have 1 round with the 4's in the bag, that was not an issue today. If I needed it to stop, it did. If I expected it to spin a little more or less, it did. Out of the thick rough, you could feel the ball grab the face and really gave me the confidence that I could still control the distance and spin.



    Bunker: This is where I will struggle for a bit I think. I am a decent bunker player but I failed to get up and down twice today from easy-ish spots after taking too much sand. I tend to use my 60* out of most bunkers but might practice a bit with my 55* due to the reduction of the sole. It could have just been a bad day from the bunkers though so I will keep working with that.



    Full shot: These felt great from the fairway. The 3's I always felt were a little dead off the face. While that I not neccessarily a bad thing, it didn't give the feedback that I could instantly tell it was struck pure or slightly off center. The 4's are a different animal. Again, it could be the shaft change or the head, or a combination of both, but they felt great and really responsive when struck.



    Around the green: I only hit a few shots from around the green as I tend to use my PW or 8i and get the ball on the ground most of the time. I did have one shot today from 50yds that I was able to control the flight and spin really well and a few other shots where I was short sided in fringe/rough. You can really feel the ball come off the face with spin, even on short shots. I really like the V sole on my 50 RTX-3 and wish it was the same on the 4's, but I think I can get used to it. I tend to stray away from using my 60 off any tight lie unless I need to so I didn't have that shot today to compare.



    Overall: I think people that did not like the RTX-3 will really like this wedge. Likewise, I think that people that liked the RTX-3's will also like this wedge, but maybe not a full set or at least a different bounce/dot configuration from what they are used to. The spin is amazing and they are really easy to flight. The feel might be the best improvement for me on full shots. I have never been one to play a PW outside of the set make up but these will make me think of getting a 46 to match. I can see these making a pretty big splash on the wedge market.







    Wow the vsole looks reduced quite a bit on the 4s. Not sure I like that part of it but will see..




    They are. I am going to have to get used to these for a few shots but I think they will work. I might go higher bounce for my mid wedge and go 50, 58, 60 since I rarely hit full shots with my 55 as it is. That should help with bunker shots or when I need to explode out.
    Srixon 785 10.5* w/ Oban Devotion
    Nike VR Pro Limited 15* w/ Diamana Kai'li
    Srixon ZU85 18* w/ Diamana WB
    Srixon ZU85 22* w/ AxivCore Blue
    Srixon 785 5 - 8 w/ Project X Flighted
    Srixon Z Forged 9 - PW w/ Project X Flighted
    Cleveland RTX 4 50* 55* 60*
    Nike Method 003 Oven Prototype
    Srixon ZSTAR XV Tour Yellow
  • JOHN GOLIAJOHN GOLIA On the Bubble Members Posts: 1,256 ClubWRX
    I have played 3 rounds with the XLOW 58 Raw and the 54 Mid Raw.

    Great wedges. Feel so good and spin is very good.

    Put them on your must try list.
  • SuddziesSuddzies Members Posts: 72 ✭✭
    I've played two rounds now with these in 50,54,58 degree. They spin great from the rough or fairway and have a great feel. Off center hits performed better that expected. Went with the full bounce option on the 58 and love it out of the sand. Looking forward to playing these for the next year or so.
  • adkleeadklee Members Posts: 58 ClubWRX
    Currently playing the 52/mid, 56/mid, 60/low and have 2.5 rounds on them. I'd agree with everything that's been said so far: superior look (especially at address) than the 3's, s400 feels like a great shaft choice, v-sole is less pronounced in the mid-grind, etc. If you're looking for new wedges, then these are a must try. Personally, I was deciding between the new sm7's or the rtx 4's. Either choice would've been great but I'm very happy with the rtx 4's and the performance I'm getting out of them.



    I'm playing in the PNW where fairways and greens can be super firm one weekend then swamp-like the next. As far as choosing bounce/grind options goes, the mid-bounce 52 and 56 did great in both conditions. Extremely versatile as advertised. The low-bounce was great off firm/tight lies and was surprisingly good off soggy damp conditions as well. If you're a halfway decent wedge player, then don't hesitate to give the low-bounce a try. Very easy to open up for little flop shots around the green or close the face for a 50-ish yard pitch.



    On a side note, these wedges also blend in nicely with my z765 irons. If you like any of the z irons lineup, then these wedges will appeal to you as well.
  • elwhippyelwhippy Members Posts: 3,111 ✭✭
    Just seen UK specs. Full sole only available on 56/58/60. And S400 as standard shaft? Must have got a job lot off TT. Waaay too stiff and heavy for club players. Bet they will be getting a lot of custom orders for lighter and softer shafts.
  • dmgiffendmgiffen Members Posts: 113 ✭✭
    Based on the looks and the few reviews so far, I think I'm going to have to try a 60 Low.
    [font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]F8 Aldila 2KXV Blue 60X[/font]
    [font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]XR Pro 16* AD-DJ 8X
    F8 6W Aldila 2KXV Blue 70X
    F8 8W Aldila 2KXV Blue 70X
    680 5-PW DGTI X100
    SM6 52*, 56*, 60* DGTI S400
    Select GoLo S
    Testing Snell & Cut[/font]
  • BearQBearQ Break 2 Rebuild Members Posts: 3,377 ✭✭
    elwhippy wrote:


    Just seen UK specs. Full sole only available on 56/58/60. And S400 as standard shaft? Must have got a job lot off TT. Waaay too stiff and heavy for club players. Bet they will be getting a lot of custom orders for lighter and softer shafts.




    S400 is the most popular wedge shaft in the world. It’s also 4-5grams heavier and equal stiffness to a s200/s300. You’ll see more people pleased this is offered stock than not



    Custom orders are easy enough too. It’s a great initiative to offer ti s400 stock though
    Cobra LTD Pro - Matrix Type C Prototype 70X
    TM M2 Tour 3W/3HL - Black Tie 80M4-X
    P790 UDI #2  or  TP UDI #3 - Black Tie HM4 105X   
    Srixon Z945 (4-P) - Nippon SPB X
    Cobra MB (50*)  Nike VR Forged (56DS)  Cleveland RTX2 raw (60.08W)
    Spider Tour Black 

    Swap:
    XR 3Deep - Tour AD TP 8X  | Rogue SZ 3+ - Diamana B 80X  | Bridgestone XD-H #2 - Speeder TS 9.8X 





  • FullOfBrushManFullOfBrushMan Members Posts: 666 ✭✭
    The bounce options make me sad. Higher = better ...
  • blink3665blink3665 #TwistFaceExperience Members Posts: 6,012 ✭✭


    The bounce options make me sad. Higher = better ...




    You obviously know your game much better than I, so YMMV. However, I used to play ALL high bounce wedges. I'm really liking the xlow 58*. Don't discount the mids or lows until youve tried them.
    Srixon z785 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65 / / Taylormade M4 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65
    Taylormade M3 HL MFS5 White Tie 60S -0.75" (42.5")
    Taylormade M4 19* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (40.25")
    Taylormade M4 22* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (39.75")
    Srixon 545 - 5-PW - 2* flat - Modus3 120s - Best Grips Classic
    Cleveland CBX 48* +1* loft - -0.75" - 2* flat
    Cleveland RTX4 Raw 54* mid, 58* xlow -0.75" - 2* flat // TM Hi Toe 58* 2* flat
    Slighter Proto 1 - #9/Del Mar design - High Toe - Long neck - Deep Milled face - 33", 370gr, lie 71*, loft 4*
    Odyssey OWorks 2ball - 32"
    GolfWRX (Nike Collegiate) bag (White) / Nike HyperAdapt

    WITB Link
  • FullOfBrushManFullOfBrushMan Members Posts: 666 ✭✭
    blink3665 wrote:



    The bounce options make me sad. Higher = better ...




    You obviously know your game much better than I, so YMMV. However, I used to play ALL high bounce wedges. I'm really liking the xlow 58*. Don't discount the mids or lows until youve tried them.


    Listen, I agree on the 58-60 maybe being a bit low but 3* of bounce is way too low for me. I think my 60 with 6 is a bit too low and I can hit flops all day with that thing. Easier to take bounce off than put it back on ...
  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... location, location.Members Posts: 7,813 ✭✭
    What are the bounce specs for each offering?
    PING G400 Max 10°
    PING G400 16.5°
    PING G400 hybrid 19°
    PING i25 hybrid 22°
    Callaway XHP 5-AW
    PING Glide 2.0 Stealth, 54° SS, 58° ES
    Kevin Burns 9306
    Snell MTB Red Optic Yellow
  • ShortGameJunkieShortGameJunkie Members Posts: 342 ✭✭
    I thought the s400 was basically just more consistent in weight and the wedge flex could sort of be all over the place? Looks like I’m wrong on that, if so, what is the difference?
    Driver: 2016 M2 10.5* Fukijura pro 60 S

    3wood: Tour Edge Exotics EX9 15* Matrix Ozik Red Tie S

    3 hybrid: Ping G 19* Alta 70 S

    4i: Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal C-Taper Lite S

    5-GW: Mizuno JPX 900 Forged C-Taper Lite S

    Wedges: Cleveland RTX-3 V-MG 54* & 60*

    Putter: 2018 Newport 34”
  • blink3665blink3665 #TwistFaceExperience Members Posts: 6,012 ✭✭
    edited Aug 28, 2018 #79
    Please remove any BST or WTB from this thread. Otherwise it will get shut down.
    Srixon z785 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65 / / Taylormade M4 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65
    Taylormade M3 HL MFS5 White Tie 60S -0.75" (42.5")
    Taylormade M4 19* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (40.25")
    Taylormade M4 22* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (39.75")
    Srixon 545 - 5-PW - 2* flat - Modus3 120s - Best Grips Classic
    Cleveland CBX 48* +1* loft - -0.75" - 2* flat
    Cleveland RTX4 Raw 54* mid, 58* xlow -0.75" - 2* flat // TM Hi Toe 58* 2* flat
    Slighter Proto 1 - #9/Del Mar design - High Toe - Long neck - Deep Milled face - 33", 370gr, lie 71*, loft 4*
    Odyssey OWorks 2ball - 32"
    GolfWRX (Nike Collegiate) bag (White) / Nike HyperAdapt

    WITB Link
  • adkleeadklee Members Posts: 58 ClubWRX
    Konklifer wrote:


    What are the bounce specs for each offering?




    From ****:



    [img]https://****.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/rtx4-spec-chart.png[/img]
  • RH82RH82 Members Posts: 1,998 ✭✭
    Anyone compare the 56* full and mid bounce? I’m torn between which one to go with.
    Cobra King KTD Pro (9.5*)
    Titleist 917 F2 (16.5*)
    Callaway Apex (20*/23*)
    Srixon Z785 (5-PW)
    Cleveland RTX-4 (50*/56*/60*)
    Toulon Madison
  • jclinegolfjclinegolf ClubWRX Posts: 326 ClubWRX
    RH82 wrote:


    Anyone compare the 56* full and mid bounce? I’m torn between which one to go with.




    I saw the full range today at a local golf shop. I wasn’t able to demo the clubs. Based on the grinds, I’ll be buying a 56* Full and bending it to 55*.
    Ping G400 LST 8.5* | Ping Tour 65X
    Cobra F6 13.5* | Accra FX 2.0 300F M5
    Nike Vapor Speed 19* | Kuro Kage 70X
    Nike Vapor Pro Combo (4-AW) | DG X100
    Cleveland RTX 4 Tour Raw 55F | DG TI S400
    Cleveland RTG 2.0 Raw 60W | DG TI S400
    Scotty Cameron Studio Style GSS Newport 2
    Srixon Z-Star XV/TaylorMade TP5x
  • MorryMorry Members Posts: 829 ✭✭
    jclinegolf wrote:

    RH82 wrote:


    Anyone compare the 56* full and mid bounce? I'm torn between which one to go with.




    I saw the full range today at a local golf shop. I wasn't able to demo the clubs. Based on the grinds, I'll be buying a 56* Full and bending it to 55*.


    any views on ease of use of the full on full swing fairway shots....tempted for sand and rough, but wondering about sole on fairway...
    Ping G400 10.5 - EvenFlow Blue 6.0 /
    Callaway Fusion 3W - Fuji Evo III S
    Srixon U65 18* - EvenFlow Blue 85 6.0
    Taylormade 790 4-P - Modus 105-S
    Cleveland RTX-4 52, 54, 56, 60 - Modus wedge 115,115,115,125
    Odyssey V-Line Fang O-Works - Stability Shaft 
    CS-X  / ProV1-X
  • smrtcharsmrtchar Members Posts: 201 ✭✭
    blink3665 wrote:


    Please remove any BST or WTB from this thread. Otherwise it will get shut down.


    Sorry, didn't know. Deleted post.
  • smrtcharsmrtchar Members Posts: 201 ✭✭
    edited Aug 31, 2018 #85
    RH82 wrote:


    Anyone compare the 56* full and mid bounce? I’m torn between which one to go with.


    I had a chance to play around with the bounces. On full-swing shots, I didn't really notice a difference. If you were talking about a 50 or 52*, I would say either works. When you're opening club face on shots around the green or on bunker, which I would use my 56* with, I felt ever so slightly that the leading edge looked lower on mid-bounce. Probably a bit psychological and Cleveland marketing efforts working ... but I went with the mid bounce on my 56.
  • Russ757Russ757 Members Posts: 7,654 ✭✭
    Ordering mine tonight... 52 mid 56 low 60 xlow
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    Bag 1
    TM 2017 M2 10.25 * Tour Ad DI 6
    TM 2017 3HL 16.5* Tour Ad Di 7
    TM M1 Rescue 19.5 Tour Ad Di 85
    Srixon U65 22* Tour Ad 95
    Srixon 565/765 5-9 110 Fibers
    Cleveland RTX 4 47*, 51*, 55*, 59* 125 Fibers
    Cameron Del Mar


    Bag 2
    Cobra F6+ 10.5 * Fubuki Alpha 70
    Cobra Baffler 16* Fubuki Ax 85
    Cobra F7 19.5* Fubuki Ax 465
    Cleveland 588 MT 4 95 Fiber
    Srixon ZTX-2 5-PW 110 Fiber
    Cleveland RTX2 51*, 55* 59* 125 Fiber
    Odyssey X Milled 9ht
  • Spooky67Spooky67 Members Posts: 1,329 ✭✭
    Morry wrote:




    any views on ease of use of the full on full swing fairway shots....tempted for sand and rough, but wondering about sole on fairway...




    Full shots from a 54/10 mid were outstanding. Heavy mid trajectory ball flight with plenty of spin.
  • BacksidefloaterBacksidefloater Members Posts: 159 ✭✭
    I noticed the mid and full have the same bounce? So the full would have a larger sole?
    G400 Max 9*
    Rogue SZ 15*
    H818 H2 19*
    Z745 4-PW
    RTX4 50, 54, 58
    Touon San Diego
  • Zach HeusserZach Heusser Marshals Posts: 5,151 mod
    I ordered the 58 low and 52 mid in raw. Can’t wait to get them !
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  • MorryMorry Members Posts: 829 ✭✭
    Spooky67 wrote:

    Morry wrote:


    any views on ease of use of the full on full swing fairway shots....tempted for sand and rough, but wondering about sole on fairway...




    Full shots from a 54/10 mid were outstanding. Heavy mid trajectory ball flight with plenty of spin.


    appreciated, but was asking about the Full sole rather than the mid

    wondering about the interaction of the new Full sole

    thanks
    Ping G400 10.5 - EvenFlow Blue 6.0 /
    Callaway Fusion 3W - Fuji Evo III S
    Srixon U65 18* - EvenFlow Blue 85 6.0
    Taylormade 790 4-P - Modus 105-S
    Cleveland RTX-4 52, 54, 56, 60 - Modus wedge 115,115,115,125
    Odyssey V-Line Fang O-Works - Stability Shaft 
    CS-X  / ProV1-X
  • coreylcoreyl Hacker Members Posts: 1,167 ✭✭


    I ordered the 58 low and 52 mid in raw. Can't wait to get them !


    I have the 50/54 mid and 58 low in raw. I don't think you will be disappointed. Took mine about a week to start to rust image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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