Other features include a thinner looking topline an angled back area for more MOI and stability and an overall more refined look. Like the original 0311 irons the GEN2 models are built with adjustable tungsten and titanium weights that can be tuned to produce an extremely accurate fit.
Today’s RTX 4 model ($140 each) carries on the tradition exceptionally well with fourth generation Rotex face technology which features the most aggressive face milling and sharpest grooves of any Cleveland wedge to date.
Though a lot of folks seem to think of the GAPR clubs as driving irons they’re much more than that as there are three models LO MID and HI each of which is designed to cover the full gamut of players swing types and needs.
Last year’s PGA champion Justin Thomas grabbed his third victory of the season at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational via a final-round 69 and 15-under-par total.
In addition the new Cleveland wedges are designed with the company’s next gen Feel Balancing technology which utilizes redistributed weight in the clubhead to move the CG closer to the center of the clubface for improved feel and accuracy. Three different finishes are available including Tour Raw Black Satin and Tour Satin.