Clevland 588 Sand wedgeby Kristofer M. Medical Advisor
Want to improve your golf score? Want to quit wasting those strokes from 120 yards and in on the golf course? We suggest sharpening up on your wedge play. Recommended Features
- Based on the shape of the tour proven CG14 wedge, the CG16 has a hint of offset and is slightly larger for added forgiveness.
- Using the precision accuracy of a laser, each face features four perfectly calibrated texture lines milled between each groove exactly to the conforming roughness limit.
- This surface roughness application optimizes ball-to-face friction and maximizes spin within the Rules of Golf.
- More precise and consistent surface roughness than alternative methods. Optimal surface roughness to maximize spin.
- Perimeter weighting and geometry to deepen center-of-gravity and increase MOI. Improved stability and forgiveness on off-center hits while maintaining signature "Cleveland" feel.
Review on Clevland 588 Sand wedgeA sand wedge, or sand iron, is a wedge primarily designed for use out of sand bunkers. It has the widest sole of any wedge, which provides the greatest amount of bounce, allowing the club head to glide through sand and avoid digging in.
Looking to improve your golf score? Want to quit wasting those strokes from 120 yards and in on the golf course? We suggest sharpening up on your wedge play. It's estimated that 70% of all shots in a golf round are from 120 yards and in which means being proficient with your golf wedges can be a real benefit in reducing your score. Wedges can be the most accurate club in your bag or your worst enemy on some days. Many people have eliminated a 2-iron and 3-iron from their golf bags so they can carry a few more wedges and be really exact on their approach shots or in chipping the ball. Wedges are divided into 4 types - pitching wedges, gap wedges, sand wedges, and lob wedges. Most of us golfers are familiar with the pitching wedge - usually has a loft 47-50 degrees and used for those longer shots into greens and sometimes around the green for chips. Pitching wedges are often included with your set of irons when you buy them. A sand wedge (says SW on the club) has somewhere around 56 degrees of loft and was originally designed to get you out of greenside bunkers although many people choose to chip or hit approach shots with it. A gap wedge is between 51 and 56 degrees of loft and fills the "gap" between your pitching wedge and sand wedge. A gap wedge is a great club for those fairway shots between 80 and 100 yards - often your layup zone on par 5's. Keep reading to find out more about lob wedges and "bounce" and "loft" with your wedges.
The Cleveland Tour Action 588 RTG 56 degree Sand wedge ($70) is not only the most popular but it gets the best reviews on Golfreview.com and other consumer golf sites. Amateurs and professionals need to have a go to club they can rely for distance control, accuracy and feel and the Cleveland sand wedge is rated #1. From my own experience, the leading edge on my Cleveland wedges help create more crisp shots than any other wedges I've ever used. The added spin produced by this wedge holds the green better and it works wonders in tight lies in the fairway. Users say they feel more confident with Cleveland wedges and they tend to get better results than with Titleist or Nike wedges. With players like Vijay Singh and David Toms using their wedges, Cleveland has 2 pro golfers that solidly back their products.
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