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Here is my fitting for the new Cleveland RTX 2.0 Wedges. Also, I take them to get built on the new Srixon Cleveland Tour Truck! Great video and wedges, I hop…

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  • GuitarCoverZ 3 years ago

    thanks so much i hav a game today

  • Garrett Schultz 3 years ago

    Finally someone explained how to solve balls going off the the right! Golf
    pros encourage me to just aim left to compensate for open face, but that
    really messed with my consistency. 

  • Brendan Houghton 3 years ago

    Watched this vid last night.
    Practiced 100 of these shots over the practice bunker this morning ,using
    this technique.Only put 5 into the sand. Never will I fear the soft flop
    again!! Thanks.

  • marXman9573 3 years ago

    Nice explanation of the sole grind… even the bug understood it

  • Harry Bishop 3 years ago

    great help mark ! hx a lot iv always found my ball goes right when doing
    the flop shot

  • jeevan magar 3 years ago

    yeah it is a nice video with detail explanation about the Golf Lob Flop
    Shot Short Game

  • Sword ofDobar 3 years ago

    Mark- if you tried that on hardpan or tight fairways don’t you risk blading
    it?

  • mrclembeast 3 years ago

    Bunker shots?

  • mrgnakagawahis 3 years ago

    what happens if your ball is sitting on a tight lie–not a lot of grass? Is
    this shot still playable? What do you play if you need to loft it over a
    tree/bunker/water?

  • Jim C 3 years ago

    Would I be able to pull this shot off with a Cleveland CG16 60°. 8°bounce.
    The grind doesn’t look the same.

  • Richard Barker 3 years ago

    Nice one mark put this into practice yesterday helped get my score down no
    end even a few birdies!!!!

  • Jason Tee 3 years ago

    Hey Mark, could you do a lesson on Bunker shots from around the green?
    Thanks

  • Mark Crossfield 3 years ago

    let me know how you get on.

  • masterexploder83 3 years ago

    fascinating insight! Thanks Mark

  • Nathan G 3 years ago

    thanks for posting

  • Paul Scorer 3 years ago

    I like your videos, and enjoy listening to what you had to say, but the
    shot you was playing was more of a soft chip than a lob shot, but would
    love to hear more of what you think about bounce. I personally prefer low
    bounce especially in firmer conditions. Is the bounce for standards of a
    player? Low bounce for good players, high bounce for average/beginner
    players? I can only think of 1 shot where i would like the bounce and thats
    in soft thick sand.

  • cougar1234c 3 years ago

    that setup is very similar to what i do out of bunkers

  • Joseph Bouie 3 years ago

    as always great info.

  • stokesalot53 3 years ago

    Hey Mark, how about a lesson on different types of bunker shots?

  • 9tube1 3 years ago

    Hey Mark, I also play Mizunos and switched from Titleist wedges to the R-12
    this season. My 60-degree wedge is the best club in my bag. I play a lot of
    flop shots but always aimed left when opening the face to let the toe lie
    on the ground. After watching your video I’ll try aiming straight (which I
    would prefer) and dropping the hands lower to see if that works for me.
    Thanks so much for your wonderful videos. I’ve learned an incredible amount
    about my swing by watching your videos.

  • Ryan Jensen 3 years ago

    Mark what percentage of my club swing strength should i be using? And what
    distance is 60 degree wedge good from?

  • mcdijnh2 3 years ago

    Cool. If it ever stops raining at Bramhall I’ll head to the practice ground
    to practice it.

  • badnewz757cream 3 years ago

    much love

  • Seth Pech 3 years ago

    saw sergio doing this and was wondering why know i know!!

  • Arman Vaziri 3 years ago

    i tried it and shanked it into my brother…

  • Leftienige Blank 3 years ago

    Hi Peter , at around 14 mins the guy in the van mentions that the grooves
    on “raw-finish” clubs wear out quicker . This set alarm- bells off , cos
    I’ve used a raw (rusty) Vokey 56 for about 5 years now . Does this mean
    it’s had it , or needs re-grooving ?
    Cheers for any reply , Nige . 

  • spookyfish 3 years ago

    Great video Pete but I’m a bit dissapointed by the fitting process. I
    thought they would have you chipping and pitching so they could work out
    what bounce you needed or just to get a feel for how you play the short
    shots, surely thats what you use your wedges for the most?
    Find it a bit strange that all he did was get you to hit full shots, or did
    you edit some of the process out? 

  • Mark Emert 3 years ago

    Peter, stellar video and information. After 15 years of playing Mizuno
    blades and Cleveland wedges I just went through an entire fitting from
    driver to 4 hybrid (PING G30’s), 5 iron to UW (PING i25’s), wedges (Vokey
    SM5 in 54 and 58*) and putter (PING Ketsch). Amazing experience and more
    than worth the time/$$’s. Everyone should do that when getting a new
    club/club’s. Hard to admit but since turning 50 it was past time to
    re-evaluate my set-up and gaps…..:) Looking forward to seeing you test
    out the new wedges at the short game area.

  • Clay Fleming 3 years ago

    Great video Pete. I went and tested wedges today myself. Tested 54* Vokey
    SM5, Rotex 2.0, Tmag Tour Preferred, Ping Tour Gorge, and a 56* Callaway
    Mack Daddy 2 because they didn’t have a 54. Ended up ordering a 54 and 58
    in the Ping. They fit my gaps best and the spin was similar on all of them.
    Have you tested the tour gorge? Would love to get your take.

  • Gino Lopriore 3 years ago

    I’ve got a 50′ 588, a 54′ 588 RTX, & plan on buying a 58′ 588 RTX 2.0 when
    I get home today… all black ones.

  • wolfsjetta12 3 years ago

    After hearing what he said to you about carrying three wedges, I really
    think I need to get me a 52. Another excellent video as always Pete. 

  • Dan Birkin 3 years ago

    Great video Peter !!! Really interesting to see the processes that go into
    making the golf clubs and the customisation for the individual. Great to
    see passionate people who really knew their product. 

  • grumpy2159 3 years ago

    Did you discuss the bounce options and what were best for you?

  • tommy21995 3 years ago

    ordered these bad boys today. cant wait. 

  • UkFisherman81lb 3 years ago

    Pete I’m new to golf to the point I have a set of graphite shaft vantage
    clubs. They only cost me 50 for everything. I’m not very good I have a lot
    of power and I’ve snapped 3 clubs already (I know they’re cheap that’s why
    they broke) what would you recommend for me to buy. Obviously I don’t want
    to spend thousands on clubs I’ve hit with the rbz driver and it was sweet
    as a nut but when I use my driver I ALWAYS curve it left or right. I want
    to get into it but I’m getting so frustrated now. Any advice would be
    great. 

  • Scott Dreyfus 3 years ago

    The tour department sent mine a few weeks ago. They are pretty fantastic.
    This is best spinning wedge since the grooves changed. I go through two
    sets a year and sometimes as many as 4 lob wedges. Cheers

  • UpAndDownGolf 3 years ago

    The “subscribe because it’s free” in the newer videos is pissing me off. 

  • Doug Maccaferri 3 years ago

    Been gaming the RTX’s for a year now, absolutely in love. Enjoy the new
    wedges! 

  • awesome video

  • P-M Meiners 3 years ago

    The fat that fitted you didn’t seem to be the nicer guy on earth. If you
    sell this stuff why can’t you be a bit more nicer to your customer.
    Thanks Pete for showing us this. How did you choose your bounce on the
    wedges?

  • UkFisherman81lb 3 years ago

    Pete I’m new to golf to the point I have a set of graphite shaft vantage
    clubs. They only cost me 50 for everything. I’m not very good I have a lot
    of power and I’ve snapped 3 clubs already (I know they’re cheap that’s why
    they broke) what would you recommend for me to buy. Obviously I don’t want
    to spend thousands on clubs I’ve hit with the rbz driver and it was sweet
    as a nut but when I use my driver I ALWAYS curve it left or right. I want
    to get into it but I’m getting so frustrated now. Any advice would be
    great. 

  • oojjac 3 years ago

    Class vid

  • Tyler Orr 3 years ago

    18:03 gmac?

  • Matthew Collins 3 years ago

    Martin seems a right hoot. Id love to go for a beer with him.

  • Vici Martynov 3 years ago

    Great video – I love my wedges, they have quickly become favourites in the
    bag this year – we get so much stuff on drivers – yawn – but this is the
    excitement end of the bag – wish we got more stuff on wedges and how to
    use them – my 60/10 toe sweep lob wedge has transformed my short game :-)

  • Dan Channer 3 years ago

    Glad to see them check the grip size as well. Many fitters overlook the
    grip.

  • peter moralee 3 years ago

    How miserable was the tour truck fitter he needs a new job

  • Bob R 3 years ago

    Peter, great video. Did you try the cavity back wedges?

  • danstube010203 3 years ago

    Don’t want to get on Martin’s back, but if this lad can be a club fitter so
    can I…. how do I get into this?

  • Peter Finch Golf 3 years ago

    Here is my fitting for the new Cleveland RTX 2.0 Wedges. Also, I take them
    to get built on the new Srixon Cleveland Tour Truck! Great video and
    wedges, I hope :)