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  • BogeyFore5BogeyFore5  97WRX Points: 0Handicap: 12Members Posts: 97
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    I’m currently using a mid bounce 58 rtx3 and have been really missing my previous 58, which was a Vokey L grind with 4 degrees of bounce. I never use my LW for full shots, mostly just around the green and usually play in dry, tight conditions. I really miss how the leading edge of the low bounce Vokey stayed very close to the ground at address.



    So with that being said, I want to pick up an RTX4 58/60, but can’t decide if I should choose low or xlow grind.



    Does anyone know if there is much difference between those two grinds? Specifically, how close the leading edge is to the ground on tight lies and how the leading edge looks at address (straight/rounded).



    Thanks in advance!
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  • JDaxJDax  84WRX Points: 2Handicap: 11.1Members Posts: 84 Bunkers
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    I’m coming from MD4s, anyone having trouble getting used to the way lower leading edge of the RTX-4s?
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  • Spooky67Spooky67  1389WRX Points: 144Members Posts: 1,389 Platinum Tees
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    Saw Crossfiled posted a “review” of these today. Kinda cool to try something before the YT personalities get it...lol.



    Been playing weekly with my 54/10 mid. I still love it and the comments I made in my reviews still apply. IMO the finish has held up well. I don’t see rust yet. I’ll post a few pics soon.
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  • jpt1101jpt1101  279WRX Points: 77Members Posts: 279 Greens
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    Interesting that all of the mid bounce RTX-4’s I’ve seen in the stores have 10 degrees of bounce. I’m coming from a Cleveland wedge with 12 degrees, which seems to have been the prior standard mid bounce option. Will that 2 degree difference make a difference in playability, or is it negligible? I play in Florida, so play off of a lot of tight, sandy lies around the green, and in the past I’ve needed the bounce to help off those lies. Curious is anyone has any thoughts on this.
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  • MinaretsMinarets Nashville, TN 4319WRX Points: 250Members Posts: 4,319 Titanium Tees
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    Spooky67 wrote:
    Saw Crossfiled posted a “review” of these today. Kinda cool to try something before the YT personalities get it...lol.



    Been playing weekly with my 54/10 mid. I still love it and the comments I made in my reviews still apply. IMO the finish has held up well. I don’t see rust yet. I’ll post a few pics soon.




    My 60 full is rusty except for the sole. I’ll post pic soon but I mean real rusty
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    Driver: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero 10.5*
    Irons: PXG 0311 4-PW
    Hybrids: PXG 0317X 17*, 19*
    Wedges: Ping Glide 3.0 50*, 54*, Taylormade Bigfoot Hi-Toe 60*
    Putter: Ping Vault 2.0 Ketcsh (solid black)  
    Bag: Titleist Players 4 (Green) (something new is coming, cant decide.)
    Ball: Titleist Pro V1 or Snell MTB-X
  • J-TizzleJ-Tizzle Hello  3465WRX Points: 184Members Posts: 3,465 Titanium Tees
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    Minarets wrote:

    Spooky67 wrote:
    Saw Crossfiled posted a “review” of these today. Kinda cool to try something before the YT personalities get it...lol.



    Been playing weekly with my 54/10 mid. I still love it and the comments I made in my reviews still apply. IMO the finish has held up well. I don’t see rust yet. I’ll post a few pics soon.




    My 60 full is rusty except for the sole. I’ll post pic soon but I mean real rusty




    And thats a GOOD thing.



    No idea why they even make finishes besides rust.
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