Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information
Golf News

Cleveland launch Bladed version of 588 RTX Wedge

January 16, 2013

Following the release of the 588 RTX CB wedge (read about it here), Cleveland Golf is ontrpoducing the new 588 RTX bladed wedge. Dubbed as the 'new face of spin', 588 RTX wedges combine the traditional superlative performance of the 588 with Cleveland’s latest technology breakthrough, the ROTEX Face.

The Cleveland Golf 588 RTX Bladed Wedge, in satin finish

The Rotex face is a directionally milled face pattern that adds roughness and imparts maximum spin on open-face wedge shots where the impact tends to be closer to the toe. With a more durable and advanced form of laser milling, the Rotex face now creates more friction at impact, helping golfers generate even more spin on chips, pitches and partial shots from any lie.

The 588 RTX's ROTEX directionally milled face pattern

The 588 RTX wedge also features 16% larger U-Grooves, developed with the input of Cleveland Golf’s tour players, to maximise spin on critical scoring shots – especially out of the rough, sand and in wet conditions.

The 588 RTX's U-Grooves The S-Sole design

588 RTX bladed wedges also feature an S-Sole design, inspired by Cleveland Golf’s popular CG15 wedges. The wider sole width near the heel and narrower sole width near the toe improves performance from bunkers without sacrificing versatility.

The 588 RTX Bladed Wedge in Black Pearl finish

Cleveland Golf’s 588 RTX wedges come in the largest variety of loft and bounce options in the industry and can be custom fitted at any of Cleveland Golf’s Centre’s of Excellence or custom fit venues, at a RRP of £109.

For more information on the 588 RTX wedges or to find your nearest Cleveland Golf custom fit venue, please visit www.clevelandgolf.com.





Rickie Fowler, Puma & Arnie Army to honor Arnold Palmer

Sketchers unveil 2018 GO GOLF collection



Rising star McKibbin set for European Tour debut at inaugural Shot Clock Masters

Colin Montgomerie to make Staysure PGA Seniors Championship debut

Golf Son Muntaner leads the way in Europe with revolutionary grass upgrade

Man United Captain Michael Carrick to make BMW PGA Championship debut

Lahinch Golf Club to host 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

Guy Kinnings to join the European Tour as Deputy CEO & Ryder Cup Director

Pieters boxing clever ahead of Belgian Knockout

Sir Nick Faldo relishing Old course reunion

Rose returns for another shot at Scottish Open title

More news


Otaegui goes the distance in Belgian Knockout

Aaron Wise claims first PGA title at AT&T Byron Nelson

Regions Tradition : Miguel Angel Jiménez wins first senior Major

Latest Official World Golf Ranking

Current European Tour Race to Dubai Standings

Current PGA Tour FedEx Cup Standings

Michele Thomson promoting Ladies Scottish Open

Grant, Matthew, Reid & Schober qualify for US Women's Open

Linn Grant leading US Open qualifier

LPGA & Dow announce team event in Michigan for 2019

Ariya Jutanugarn wins Kingsmill Championship

More news

© Golftoday.co.uk 1996-2018 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us