RTX Full-Face Wedges by Cleveland


Cleveland Golf’s flagship RTX ZipCore wedge gets an update with the RTX Full-Face Wedge having grooves across the entire face so when a shot calls for impact towards the toe, spin is still imparted to the ball for distance control and stopping on the green.

Fast Facts Cleveland RTX Full-Face Wedge
Hosel to toe grooves
Sharper, deeper groove design
Low density core
Durability improved by new heat treatment
High toe profile
Stock shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Spinner Tour Issue
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline Black
At retail June 11
Tour Satin finish $159.99 lofts: 50°-60°, 64°
Tour Rack (Raw) finish $179.99 lofts: 56°-60°, 64°

You and I are not Phil Mickelson and at least in my case don’t have Lefty’s astounding talent with a wedge but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn to hit useful scoring shots and having wedges in the bag that help us is a must.

Cleveland’s well-regarded RTX ZipCore wedge line has been expanded with the addition of grooves over the entire face and thus the name RTX Full-Face Wedge.

Having the expanded area of grooves means significant ball spin is generated even when impact is close to the toe, in other words when trying to hit the infamous flop shot. Add to that the perimeter weighting, high toe and aggressive grooves the Full-Face model will develop to be a favorite for those wanting to improve their scoring around the green.

The standard sole grind is Cleveland’s C-grind designed especially for open face impacts and shallow angles of attack.

“The new RTX Full-Face maintains the traditional and striking clean look that golfers have come to expect from a Cleveland wedge, all while adding shotmaking creativity with grooves across the entire face,” said Ryan Polanco, General Manager at Cleveland Golf. “It’s the perfect complement to the classic RTX ZipCore and delivers exceptional versatility around the greens.”

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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