CBX2 WEDGE W/ ROTEX PRECISION GRAPHITE SHAFT
The Cleveland CBX 2 Wedge is a forgiving, versatile wedge optimized for golfers who play cavity back irons. It provides tour-level spin and control to help game improvement players upgrade their short game.
- HOLLOW-CAVITY DESIGN: Additional weight distributed to the perimeter offers more forgiveness at impact.
- DYNAMIC SOLE: Three different sole grinds deliver more versatility to execute any shot on the course.
- AMAZING FEEL: Enhanced Feel Balancing Technology along with a Gelback TPU Insert reduces vibration for a pure feel at impact.
- ROTEX FACE: Fourth generation Rotex Face technology delivers our sharpest Tour Zip Grooves and most aggressive face milling for maximum spin and short game control.
SPIN, CONTROL, AND ALL THE FORGIVENESS YOU NEED
Cleveland built the CBX 2 for you: the everyday golfer who plays serious golf but isn’t on tour. These exclusive technologies produce a thoughtful balance of forgiveness and versatility that’s tuned to your needs on the course and around the green.
A revolutionary new Hollow-Cavity design puts next-level forgiveness in your short game. With a hollow chamber near the heel and a heavy weight placed in the toe, this unique structure maximizes MOI and perimeter weighting. It’s unprecedented short game forgiveness in a sleek, attractive profile that looks blade-like at address.
Player testing with industry leading blade wedges and set matching cavity back wedges shows the CBX 2’s undeniable forgiveness gains against the competition. The Hollow-Cavity design is empirically more effective at helping the average golfer hit repeatable short game shots.
The latest iteration of Feel Balancing Technology achieves a new milestone in Cleveland CBX 2: a toe-biased center of gravity. Combined with Gelback for vibration reduction, this accomplishment provides a soft, satisfying feel along with the crisp feedback you demand.
NOT ONE THING, EVERYTHING
No single feature could have accomplished the center of gravity position Cleveland was after with CBX 2. Rather, it required a holistic approach that saw an opportunity to reposition weight in every aspect of the wedge’s design. Subtle adjustments to the flange, sole, hosel and elsewhere are how they pushed the sweet spot into the toe and right where you strike the ball most often. This setup delivers more of that soft, satisfying feel required for your most controlled short game shots.
The CBX 2 Wedge is a forgiving club, designed to improve consistency for golfers ranging from five to 20 handicap. Yet no matter your skill level, if you’re serious about the short game then you play an array of finesse shots around the green. So, they’ve delivered forgiveness in a powerfully versatile profile with three distinct sole grinds that allow for square, open-faced, or flop shots off any greenside surface.
GRINDS MADE SIMPLE
Cleveland CBX 2 is all the shot making versatility with none of the cryptic grind selection that plagues traditional wedges. Their engineering team has done the work for you with three different sole grinds arranged by loft.
A serious short game requires high levels of backspin. To control trajectory or place the ball precisely on the green, you need wedge shots with lots of spin.
For nearly a decade, Cleveland has dominated spin performance with the most advanced face in golf. Every bit of that performance, featured in their latest 4th generation Rotex, has been milled, carved, and lasered into CBX 2.
GROOVES ON GROOVES ON GROOVES
It starts with Rotex Milling: a 2 in. diameter, 5.7 lbs., high speed steel drill bit spinning at 685rpm carves a fine texture of interlocking rings into the wedge face. Next, Tour Zip Grooves—17 sharp slots—are milled, one-by-one, according to proprietary edge radii specifications. Finally, high-intensity laser light scorches 96 horizontal lines across the hitting surface, increasing face roughness right up to the regulatory limit.
Blade wedges are stiff, heavy, and tough to swing. Mix that with your lightweight cavity back irons and you’ve got a recipe for disaster. The Cleveland CBX 2 eliminates that awkward transition with lightweight construction that matches the feel and performance of your irons.
THE RIGHT SHAFT
Blade wedges aren’t designed to blend with cavity back irons. Tour wedge shafts are typically 30-50 grams heavier than cavity back iron shafts and that’s a big difference in swing feel. To solve this, they turned to True Temper—the world’s leading wedge shaft manufacturer—and tasked them with creating a lightweight version of their iconic Dynamic Gold.
True Temper designed Dynamic Gold 115 in parallel with the Cleveland team to produce a smooth, easy transition from cavity back irons to cavity back wedges. But it’s still Dynamic Gold, so you can expect the same launch profile and unmatched quality you’ve come to expect from the most trusted wedge shaft in golf.