Win a set of three new Cleveland wedges!
We’ve teamed up with Mark Crossfield and Cleveland to give you the chance to win a set of three new Cleveland wedges.
The winner can take their pick from the award-winning tour-loved RTX Zipcore or the cavity-back CBX 2 wedges:
Cleveland CBX 2
Lofts: 46° / 48° / 50° / 52° / 54° / 56° / 58° / 60°
We’ve seen enough performance data since the launch of the original Cleveland CBX wedges (in 2017) to say the majority of club golfers should now be opting for cavity backs when choosing new wedges. If you can get over the snobbish idea that wedges should have a blade-like design, you'll realise that cavity back wedges have the capability to shave a couple of shots a round from a golfer's game, with absolutely zero trade-off in looks behind the ball, feel or performance.
This thinking is backed up by the fact that the Cleveland CBX 2 was our test pro’s highest spinning wedge of 2021, and the only model to break the 10,000 RPM backspin barrier. The Cleveland CBX 2 wedges offer serious stopping power.
Cleveland RTX ZipCore
Lofts: 46° / 48° / 50° / 52° / 54° / 56° / 58° / 60° / 62°
When Cleveland revealed the RTX ZipCore last year they shouted loud and clear about how a new lightweight aluminium pad in the heel (which meant there could be extra toe weighting) had led to a 10% increase in vertical MOI stability. Cleveland said the idea was to improve spin consistency between shots hit high and low on the face, which increases predictability on the golf course.
As part of our test, we thought we’d delve deep into the data and crunch the numbers to find out just how much spin each wedge dropped between a pure strike and a mishit.
Where some models ran to 2,000rpm difference, the Cleveland RTX ZipCore was tied top of the pile, dropping just 553 RPM between shots, which is a seriously impressive performance.
Ends June 30, 2021.Official Rules
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