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  1. Recently got back into the game and looking to make an upgrade in my wedges. I currently play Cleveland CG12s and I absolutely love my 56 (I think the bounce is 14), but it is time to replace. Where should I be looking to start and what bounce grinds are out there now that are similar/a true upgrade? First post so let me know exactly how many forum rules I just broke.
  2. looking for more distance from my irons. love the feel of the Mizuno's that are in my bag now, but am thinking of going to a Ping set for more distance. do not need more altitude...just distance.
  3. Here's what's in my bag: Driver: Rocketballz RBZ Stage 2 9.5 degree Fujikura Rocketfuel 60 gram Stiff shaft 3-Wood: Roketballz RBZ Sage 2 Tour TS 13 degree Fujikura Rocketfuel 70 gram Stiff shaft Hybrid 4: Rocketballz Stage 2 4 hybrid 21 degree Fujikura Rocketfuel 65 gram Stiff shaft Iron: 2-iron Titleist DTR (Distance Through Research) (still in the bag - from 1990!) Irons: 3-PW Titleist AP2 718 (recently upgraded from AP2 710s) AMT White S300 shafts Wedges: Cleveland 588 Tour Action RTG 52, 56 and 60 degree Putter: Odyssey 2-Ball Fang with Superstroke 3.0
  4. Driver - Ping G w/ProjectX Even Flow Blue Stiff 3w - Mizuno ST180 set at 17 deg Tensei White Stiff 3H - Taylormade Rescue 19 deg Stock stiff shaft 4-GW - Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal (2 deg up and 1/2” long) Nippon Modus 120 Stiff SW - Cleveland TA 588 56 Deg LW - Cleveland RTX3 60 deg Putter - Ping Scottsdale Y-Worry Ball - Srixon ZStar
  5. CONTEST!!! Get Fit Like A Pro at Cleveland Golf Win a Trip To Cleveland Golf for a Full Bag Fitting of the New Cleveland Gear All right Golfspies, don't touch the knobs 'cause we're gonna have some fun with this one... A Tour-Level custom club fitting truly is the Holy Grail for any avid golfer. For most of us, unfortunately, it's only a pipe dream. For two of you, however, that dream is about to become a reality. MyGolfSpy, along with Cleveland Golf, is looking for two lucky golfers for the golf experience of a lifetime - an all-expense-piad trip to Cleveland h
  6. TESTERS ANNOUNCED! Cleveland's New RTX-3 Wedges While it's true that you drive for the show and you putt for the dough, few can argue that it's those 125-yard and in shots that can determine just how much dough you're putting for. Want to sink more putts? Hit it closer to the hole. And Cleveland says its new RTX-3 wedges can help you do just that. Testers Wanted The Cleveland RTX-3 wedge series hits the stores next Friday. Cleveland says its new wedges help bring more consistency and better accuracy to your game, primarily by moving the RTX-3's center of gravity clo
  7. Hey gang -- Here's the first official look at what was in the box - the 2017 Cleveland RTX-3 Wedges! There's the traditional blade style wedge as well as the cavity back style. The big development for Cleveland in this year's wedge is moving the center of gravity away from the heel, as is traditional in most wedges, and towards the center of the clubface. While this is new for Cleveland, it isn't a new idea -- Edel has been doing this with its wedges for a few years now. What Cleveland has done is moved 9 grams of weight out of the hosel - by shortening it a bit and creating
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