Supposedly Cleveland will offer custom hand grinding for the wedges as well so you may be able to get whatever you want.
Def see Raw 50 mid, 54 full, and 60 low in my future....
These remind me of the back of a p790. I dont mind at all. I wish the raw was coming out with the initial release. I really want new wedges, and I want the raw, but I dont want to wait longer than the initial release date.
I'll have to come back after I watch all these YouTube videos. I can say that as a digger, I still love the xlow. I only use my LW for chips around the greens, or out of the sand, and I never use it for full shots (unless I'm trying some stupid flop shot). I should have no business with an xlow, but it works magic for what I use it for. I'll be missing that.
The more I think about it, the more I think I'll end up with a set of satin from the first release, and then raw from whenever those release...
Just heard the raw wont be out until October... Bummer.
Sounds like a Christmas gift for myself
I am not sure I understand why something that takes less effort to process would take longer to come out...
I agree, I don’t know if it’s as much of an ego play as it is just pure misunderstanding of bounce itself, just because you play at dry hot Arizona courses does NOT mean that an extremely low bounce wedge is the best option. 3 degrees of bounce is outrageous. 8 degrees will work just fine in those conditions and will give you a little more versatility.
Interesting tech, and seems to be completely opposite to what Vokey is doing with the SM8s in terms of CG placement. Very curious.
I'll have you know, I write that score with a custom forged pencil hand shaved by Mr. Palomino himself. It makes my 96 so crisp and easy to read it could be mistaken for a 69.
Also, I will definitely give these wedges a look... Seems like they might have some actual performance upgrades over "traditional" wedges... I currently game the SM6s because I bought them this year cheap and like the various bounce and grind options... it's the one thing the smaller manufacturers can't really compete on. I've been in Vokey's for a few years... might be time to switch back to Clevelands.
As of 6/5/20
9.5 Cobra LTD Pro with Aldila Silver 110 X
13 Degree Adams Speedline with Aldila Alpha X
18 Degree Adams A12 with Proforce X
6-PW Adams CMB with Project X 6.0
5 iron Sub70 639 CB with S400
4 iron / utility Sub 70 699 with Proforce 85 gram X
50, 54, 60 Vokeys
Tank Counter Balance #7
Driver and Putter are set for now. Wedges are safe for time being.
It could be a plan to spread sales over multiple quarters. I agree, no reason not to release all finishes at the same time.
despite the numerous requests for raw here, I have to imagine the best seller is the satin/chrome as well. get the best seller to market first.
Ping G410+ 9*, Tensei Pro Orange
Adams XTD Ti 17*, Fubuki
Apex 20*, AD DI 85
Srixon U85 23*, AD DI 95
Srixon 585 5-6, Nippon 120
Srixon 785 7-PW, Nippon 120
Ping Glide 3.0 52*, Nippon 120
TM Hi Toe 56*&60*, Nippon 120
I did hear that the raw heads are tour stock. I think that is the reason. They want to make sure the tour guys get first dibs then they will release to the gen pop.
They are starting a hand ground program as well similar to wedge works.
Great news! You can have them custom grind the tour raw wedges, so really, there’s no reason you can’t have a custom X Low wedge !!
Perfect, right when I’ll actually need new wedges.
Good looking wedge Yep some lead tape over the zip core and it’s ready to go
TXG did a video on the wedges today (sorry if it was mentioned as I didn’t go back and look) and Ian and Matt were both really impressed with the spin and the different options they had. Looks interesting and I might finally put Cleveland back in play after years of not having them anymore.
Trying to figure out if the scalloped middle section will add more weight high or low.
Looks like the RAW is lacking the two lines drawing all the focus to zipcore. Not so bad. May not even need to remove the paint fill. Maybe just a little rusting around the text will do.
Definitely like the look of the Raw version
I agree branding is hard to look at, but If they perform I'm in.
Willing to bet if people hit it well most wouldn’t even notice. Plus it’s like when people say they don’t like the look of the bottom of the driver. Then only complain about how a club looks at address. When you are setting up for a shot, you will not see the branding at all. If it performs, I can certainly overlook it.
With custom paint fill offered the extra Zipcore line gives the consumer another option and value add. Doesn’t bother me at all.
Looks and feels very similar to RTX4 - what are the major differences? Really like my rtx 4
From what I have heard the these have a bit straighter leading edge and slight adjustments to the lines.
Thanks - small tweaks and they keep coming out with new models - but really like the customization that Cleveland offers - you can almost get it anyway you want it.
Small tweak in shape. Pretty large tweak in weight distribution.
These look great to me. Don’t care about the writing. It is to the point. But I am so impressed with the RTX4 that these are worth checking out. I like the shape. I like how low my RTX4’s leading edge sits. I bet these are similar. Between the hidden tech in these blade wedges and the bigtime help in the CBX2, Cleveland has got a very appealing lineup.
The Raw look great.
Any Pro's have these in the bag, yet?
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