A bladed wedge for the bet­ter player

The RTX-4 has been en­gi­neered for ul­ti­mate feel, con­trol and ver­sa­til­ity.

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The pre­vi­ous RTX-3 model was cre­ated to per­form for ev­ery level of golfer when it was re­leased two years ago. But the in­tro­duc­tion of the cav­ity-back CBX wedge last year, de­signed for mid and high-hand­i­cap­pers who use cav­ity back irons, has led to a cor­re­spond­ing spe­cial­ist wedge for the blade user – the RTX-4.

The head pro­file is more com­pact than its pre­de­ces­sor, with the lower lofts fea­tur­ing a straighter lead­ing edge to blend into your irons and the higher lofts hav­ing a more tra­di­tional slightly curved lead­ing edge.

Pro­gres­sive Feel Bal­anc­ing Tech­nol­ogy has been taken to the next level by mov­ing the CG be­hind the ideal strike lo­ca­tion for each spe­cific loft with unique mus­cle shap­ing on the back of the head. This gives bet­ter feel, con­trol and con­sis­tency – even when you miss the cen­tre of the face.

There are four sole grinds. The Full is a tra­di­tional mid­bounce, the Mid is a V-shaped sole cut with trail­ing edge re­lief, the Low is a C-shape grind that has heel and toe re­lief for ul­ti­mate ver­sa­til­ity and the XLow is the low­est bounce op­tion for tight lies and hit­ting with a very open face.

Price: £129 Web­site: www.cleve­land­golf. co.uk

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