Left Hand CBX Wedge Golf Club Steel Shaft
Cleveland CBX wedges have the clean, classic shaping of many of the tour wedges that Cleveland has released through the years, they are packed with technology and forgiveness for the cavity back player.
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By using a cavity design as opposed to a blade design, engineers were able to reposition more than 70 grams of weight to the perimeter of the clubhead to maximize forgiveness. * Also new with the CBX wedges is their Dual V-Sole, which features a V shape on the sole from front to back to provide exceptional turf interaction as well as a heel-to-toe V Shape that features a wider toe for maximum forgiveness and a more narrow heel for versatility. * CBX wedges also feature Cleveland's Feel Balancing Technology, a design trait that removes weight from the hosel and enables the CG to be positioned less toward the heel and more in line more with the center of the clubface. The result is improved feel at impact and a tighter shot dispersion on full shots. * Rotex Face Technology utilizes Tour Zip Grooves and a milling process that in unison allow players to impart optimal spin on every shot they play. Features * Cavity back design * Dual V-Sole * Feel Balancing Technology * Rotex Face Technology * Available in lofts ranging in two-degree increments from 46 to 60 degrees * Stock shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold 115 steel shaft or Cleveland's lightweight Rotex graphite shaft * Stock grip: Cleveland Blue Cap by Lamkin Feel Balancing TechnologyWeight has been moved away from the hosel to position the CG more in line with the center of the clubface, which improves feel and tightens shot dispersion.Dual-V SoleProvides exceptional turf interaction as well as the versatility needed to play different types of shots around the green. Rotex FaceTour Zip Grooves are deep and narrow to maximize spin from all lies, while the micro-milling pattern utilized on higher-lofted wedges (54-60 degrees) is angled to optimize spin on shots played with an open clubface.