Cleveland RTX 2. With the 22 and the 25 degree clubs, I find that they hit the ball really high, especailly the 25 degree club. Show only see all. They go an appropriate distance, but when I see all that heighth, my first thought is that the ball will never get there, but it does. Please see my feedback. Both wedges used, show signs of wear see photos -they always look worse when gun metal.
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Cleveland Hybrids These hybrid irons are much easier to hit consistently than standard irons, especially hceap higher handicappers. Delivery options see all.
Cleveland satin 58 degree wedge with kbs wedge flex shaft golf pride align grips brand new bounce 9 grind 2 dot. Fitted with Project X 6.
True Temper Dynamic Gold shaft. The look of the club is awesome too, Looks great in the cheeap, great in my hands, and the ball looks great coming off of it.
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New wedges forces sale. Also listing a matching 58 degree. Skip to main content. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. These are very easy to hit as they set up square to the ball. Cleveland XLS Hybrid 4.
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Skip to main content. High handicap old duffer appreciates the XLS hybrids Even 25 yrs. Rusty finish but great wedges.
These hybrid irons are much easier to hit consistently than standard irons, especially for higher handicappers. I hit it and liked the performance, so I bought another that had a “rea l” picture of it. The clubs set up and SQ up easily and the ball rockets off the face. Delivery is quoted for UK only, anything other please contact the seller for an updated quote. Cleveland RTX 2. I can not imagine getting a 28 degree club, it would go just too high and would be worthless on a windy day.
Cobra do a progressive set but they aren’t cheap in my eyes.
I tried the Callaway hybrids and did not like them, as they appear to have a closed face. I only carry 6-PW out of my iron set Before she goes ahead and buys them does anyone else have any thoughts on them? Club head stays square much easier.
Super stroke Slim 3. Are there cheao sort of multi-brand versions of Gainsborough out there where we might go to try all or at least some of them.
The ball feels really good coming off the face as opposed to a regular long iron.