Cleveland's response to the traditionally complex wedge market is to make a club that complements the irons most average golfers buy. The progressive head shapes—iron-like in the low lofts and wedge-like in the higher lofts—help these wedges fit in with the rest of your irons. That's in addition to the lighter shaft, the perimeter weighting to help forgiveness and a wide, playable sole. For good measure, the CBX adds its top-shelf groove technology and micro-milled surface-roughness design.
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Maybe the looks aren't for you, but there's nothing you can't do well with it around the green.
The big sole can escape any sand situation.
You can chunk this and still get it on the green.