Cleveland Golf has launched a new 588 Wedge Fitting app designed to help golfers find the right 588 model for their game
The app, which was showcased at the Scottish Golf Show in Edinburgh last month, is now live at a dedicated Cleveland Golf 588 website. It offers customization of model, loft and finish for Cleveland's 588 wedges.
With details on all loft and bounce options, along with useful hints and tips, the Cleveland Golf Wedge Fitting app gives golfers a comprehensive overview on the right combination for them.
First golfers choose between the 588 RTX Blade or CB to suit their ability or style. They then submit their current model of pitching wedge and the app recommends the level of loft and bounce that will suit their club selection and play style. This allows them to build wedges into their current iron set.
Furthermore, until 31st July 2014, Cleveland is offering £25, or €30, off any new 588 RTX wedge when golfers trade in their old wedges.
The 588 trade in offer allows golfers to trade in up to three wedges for the discount. Last year more than 20,000 wedges were traded in across Europe and the UK.
In addition, Cleveland is offering a trade in on Cleveland Golf 588 irons. By trading in any six old golf irons of any make or condition you will receive £100, or €120, off any new set of 588 irons.
Cleveland's 588 RTX wedges utilize Rotex Face pattern technology. This aims to increase friction between club face and ball by up to 20%, improving control and spin around the greens from any lie. This is enhanced by 16% larger U-Grooves to offer maximum spin control on each wedge in the range.
Cleveland wedges are used on tour by players such as Steven Bowditch, who won the Valero Texas Open in March.
You watch our reviews of both the Cleveland 588 RTX Wedges and 588 Irons or you can decide for yourself and book a custom fitting session.
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