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Live Q&A with Cleveland Golf on September 7 at 12 p.m. Eastern

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Cleveland Golf has a brand new wedge line for players who play cavity backs, the Cleveland CBX. Company representatives are ready to answer your questions about the new wedges and all things Cleveland Golf on Thursday, Sept. 7 at 12 p.m. ET (9 a.m. PST) for a LIVE Q&A in our forum. There’s also a special giveaway for four GolfWRXers who ask questions for the Live Q&A.

Submit your questions for the chat here, and we’ll see you in the forum thread on Thursday!

Who’s on the Cleveland Panel

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  • Jeff Brunski, Director of R&D
  • Brian Schielke, Marketing Director
  • Dustin Brekke, Engineering Manager
  • Patrick Ripp, Senior Research Engineer
  • Zack Oakley, Product Manager-Golf Clubs

Giveaway*

  • 1st-Place Winner: Cleveland Launcher Driver
  • 2nd-Place Winner: Cleveland Huntington Beach Putter
  • 3rd-Place Winner: Cleveland Huntington Beach Putter
  • 4th-Place Winner: Cleveland Huntington Beach Putter

*Winners chosen at random from questions that are answered.

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  1. AllanA

    Sep 6, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    Ask them about the 460 Launch Comp driver too, you know, the one that cures TD.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoHThq8lDNo

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What GolfWRXers are saying about Tom Brady’s 8 handicap

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In our forums, our members have been discussing Tom Brady’s golf game after watching him on Sunday during The Match: Champions for Charity.

Brady reportedly has an 8.1 handicap, and after struggling early on during The Match before coming home strong, our members have been discussing the quarterback’s game, with the majority believing nerves and the conditions got the best of him at the beginning at Medalist.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Sean2: “In his defense, he probably hasn’t played much golf. He hit some very nice shots, so obviously the swing is there.”
  • tsecor: “That shot he hit clearly shows he can play…..he seemed to be out of practice and uncomfortable out there…..id say an 8 is legit.”
  • jvincent: “Pouring rain, mic’d up, not in his comfort zone. I’m willing to give him a pass. I was really surprised he didn’t have a driver though. That’s unusual for single digit.”
  • WhatWouldPhilDo: “Weather, course difficulty, all eyes on him, hyped match, two of the best next to him, mic on him. And he isn’t playing football, so I am sure he is nervous. Not to mention, learning a new playbook, so he probably isn’t golfing every day. I’d give him the benefit of the doubt. He has played in other Pro-AMs. If he was that bad, they would’ve never had him in it.”
  • Rdriver: “Hard to judge handicap with the weather. I’m sure It would probably add 5 or more to my handicap in the rain. The greens and fairways looked perfect. That’s what I noticed more than anything.”

Entire Thread: “Tom Brady’s 8 handicap”

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What GolfWRXers are saying about Cleveland’s CBX2 wedges

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In our forums, our members have been discussing Cleveland’s CBX2 wedges. WRXer ‘hammergolf’ wants to hear from single-digit players who are currently playing the wedges, and our members have been sharing their thoughts on the clubs with plenty of praise for the wedges in our forums.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • cfmgolf: “I am definitely a believer. Tried it on a whim at a PGA SuperStore in FL last fall and was stunned by the consistency of it. Changed from a RTX3 to the CBX2 in my 52* gap within a couple of weeks. Now that we are back in OH for the summer, I changed out 3 wedges (Ping Glide 3.0, and 2 of the RTX 4’s) for an entire bag of the CBX2’s. I am trying the full face in my 56* and found it to be very good also. Biggest benefit for me has been the consistency of the CBX line. Shots out of the rough that can be high on the club don’t really lose much – i.e. more forgiving. I go between a 6-8HCP, and short game is my strong point. Very happy with them so far.”
  • JCRay33: “6 handicap here and bought a couple CBX’s (54 and 58) from 2nd swing a couple months ago and absolutely love them! Way more forgiving than typical blade wedges (had vokeys before) and great feel as well. It’s easy for ego to get in the way and not want to get these, but once you realize, all that matters is performance the choice is a no-brainer and results speak for themselves really.”
  • mortimer: “CBX2 50. Excellent gap wedge for full, 3/4 shots and chipping. Forgiving, consistent and more than acceptable spin numbers. Also offset is fine to my eye. Having said all that I would not game a 58/60 degrees one if you like to manipulate the face for different shots around the green as I do. Intrigued though with the new full-face but have not seen one in person yet.”
  • Simp: “I have a set of 58, 54 & 50 raw CBX2’s allegedly tour issue, and I love them. The 58 has a grind that is lovely. I’m a 0 FYI.”
  • nicelife: “I have Srixon irons and Mizuno T20 wedges. I found the CBX2 50 was the perfect transition club between sets. LOVE the Srixon/Cleveland V-Sole. Visually the face has more grooves than I would normally like to look at, but its performance more than makes up for it. I really like the satin finish. So much so I’m thinking about refinishing my irons. Go for it you won’t be sorry.”

Entire Thread: “Cleveland’s CBX2 wedges”

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What GolfWRXers are saying about the best non-mainstream brands for golf apparel and accessories

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In our forums, our members have been discussing non-mainstream brands offering the best apparel and accessories. WRXer ‘CousinDonuts’ kicked off the thread with a great selection, and our members have been mentioning their favorites in our forums – with a wide variety of different brand’s receiving a mention.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Mike T: “Apparel: J Lindeberg – Euro Style cut and fit. Shoes: Lamda – Handmade in Portugal.”
  • aem604: “Reigning Champ-Good active but also golf ready.”
  • Righty to Lefty: “Fenix Xcell based out of Thailand and have great gear with an Asian twist. I absolutely love all the vivid colors and options, especially from their previous collections. They also have a U.S. based collection that may suit others. Cross Sportswear based out of Sweden and have so really nice gear and a rarity which is waterproof trousers that look exactly like slacks. Antigua polos are nice quality and have some good designs. Druh has really good gear…pricey but still nice stuff. Retailer: Function 18 has quite a bit of your higher-end apparel all in one place. I start there and then go to each website individually to see what else they have available.”
  • kmay_: “Check out Pioneer Golf Co, Canadian headcover brand. Make some awesome covers and valuables pouches, starting to release some branded apparel. Prices are super fair, and if you’re in the US, they’ll be a steal.”
  • ScottWS33: “Bluegrass Fairway for headcovers, valuables pouches and scorecard holders.”
  • BobsBugsBeGone: “Best Exotic Belts: Jacob Hill Leather by Piedmont.”

Entire Thread: “Best non-mainstream brands”

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