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Cleveland RTX CB Black Pearl wedge.

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I have Cleveland CG 14 wedges in 56* and 60*. The 56* is my scoring wedge! I have a lot of confidence with it around the green. How much better would the new RTX cavity back wedges be?

Are the ROTEX grooves any better than the ZIP grooves on the CG 14s?



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