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Cleveland Men's CBX Wedges

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  • 56.0
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  • 60.0
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Cleveland Men's CBX Wedges

Designed With Precision For The Cavity Back Player

For the average golfer who plays cavity back irons, and more than 80 percent of golfers fall into that category, transitioning to blade-style wedges can pose some challenges. On the flip side, many of the wedges that are now being built to match cavity iron sets don’t have all of the spin technology that players need to perform their best, especially around the green. For that reason, Cleveland decided that it needed to create a premium, cavity back wedge to meet the needs of the masses, and the end result is the new CBX wedge. While CBX wedges have the clean, classic shaping of many of the tour wedges that Cleveland has released through the years, they are packed with technology and forgiveness for the cavity back player. For starters, by using a cavity design as opposed to a blade design, engineers were able to reposition more than 70 grams of weight to the perimeter of the clubhead to maximize forgiveness. Also new with the CBX wedges is their Dual V-Sole, which features a V shape on the sole from front to back to provide exceptional turf interaction as well as a heel-to-toe V Shape that features a wider toe for maximum forgiveness and a more narrow heel for versatility. CBX wedges also feature Cleveland’s Feel Balancing Technology, a design trait that removes weight from the hosel and enables the CG to be positioned less toward the heel and more in line more with the center of the clubface. The result is improved feel at impact and a tighter shot dispersion on full shots. And finally, Rotex Face Technology utilizes Tour Zip Grooves and a milling process that in unison allow players to impart optimal spin on every shot they play. Cleveland’s new CBX wedges, all of which are mid-bounce designs, are available in lofts ranging in two-degree increments from 46 to 60 degrees. They also come stock with the choice of a True Temper Dynamic Gold 115 steel shaft or Cleveland’s lightweight Rotex graphite shaft, both of which have been selected to provide weighting more similar to what cavity back players are typically accustomed to in their irons.


Stock Shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold 115 steel, Cleveland Rotex graphite
Stock Grip Cleveland Blue Cap by Lamkin
Grind Dual V-Sole
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

Golfers of all ability levels. While the new CBX wedges might have been designed with the average player in mind, and it’s true that they will likely benefit that player the most, their clean, compact look combined with the forgiveness and versatility they provide will also make these wedges an attractive option for better players as well. Add in the spin technology and the tight dispersion that the CBX wedges offer on full shots and there’s little doubt that this will be another popular wedge for Cleveland, which has long been an industry leader in this space.

Feel Balancing Technology

Weight has been moved away from the hosel to position the CG more in line with the center of the clubface, which improves feel and tightens shot dispersion.

feel balancing technology

Dual-V Sole

Provides exceptional turf interaction as well as the versatility needed to play different types of shots around the green.

dual-V sole

Rotex Face

Tour Zip Grooves are deep and narrow to maximize spin from all lies, while the micro-milling pattern utilized on higher-lofted wedges (54-60 degrees) is angled to optimize spin on shots played with an open clubface.

rotex face

Cavity Back Design

Enabled 76 grams of weight to be pushed to the perimeter of the clubhead and into a wider sole to increase MOI for improved results on mis-hits.

cavity back design

What They're Saying ...

“Wedges that match iron sets have next to no spin technology and sole designs that are ill-equipped for the demands of the short game. Tour wedges are versatile and spin the ball but are significantly heavier and lack the forgiveness features that most golfers are used to in their irons. The Cleveland CBX combines the spin and versatility of our tour wedges with a cavity back design so golfers get plenty of control and forgiveness.”

John Rae, Vice President of Research and Development at Cleveland Golf

“The Cleveland engineers deserve a lot of credit. You can see from the back of this wedge and the bottom a little bit thicker sole, the mass, the cavity, all of which are going to make these clubs easier to play, but at address (they have) a really nice shape. The CBX looks outstanding, and it feels great as well.”

Chris Wallace, TGW senior staff writer

Cleveland Mens CBX Wedges
Loft Sole Grind Length Lie Bounce Swing Weight
46° Dual-V 35.5” 64° D2 (steel)
48° Dual-V 35.5" 64° D2
50° Dual-V 35.5" 64° 11° D3
52° Dual-V 35.5" 64° 11° D3
54° Dual-V 35.25" 64° 12° D4
56° Dual-V 35.25" 64° 12° D4
58° Dual-V 35" 64° 10° D4
60° Dual-V 35" 64° 10° D4


  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Wedges
  • Top Rated: 5
  • Lie: 64°
  • Swing Weight: Steel: D2-D4, depending on loft | Graphite: D0-D1.5, depending on loft
  • Grip: Cleveland Blue Cap by Lamkin
  • Length: 35"-35.5", depending on loft
Cleveland Men's CBX Wedges 10.0 Dynamic Gold Steel Wedge Right 58.0 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ball flys off this club!, best club ever !! I bought this club a month ago and their not getting it back !!!
Date published: 2018-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing wedges!!! So easy to hit. These are absolutely amazing wedges... I have never been able to spin the ball with any sort of consistency until now. I would always thin at least 1 out of every 10 shots with my old Callaway wedges... no more. Love the way these glide through the turf.
Date published: 2018-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to hit I put these (54 deg., 58 deg) in my bag to replace p same loft. These are much easier to hit and stop the ball just fine. The extra mass on/near the bounce makes them easier to get through thick rough around greens. Very pleased with my purchase.
Date published: 2018-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Wedge Bought the 54 degree version of this wedge 6 weeks ago and saw immediate results. Easier to hit off tight lies than my Volkey. Spins the ball nicely. Love the graphite shaft. Nice balance with the head resulting in an easy to hit wedge from all lies.
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great feel and action Very easy to hit from the fairway with great feel and touch for those pitch shots around the green
Date published: 2018-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb wedge! I have used Cleveland 588's throughout my golfing life. Now that I'm pushing 60 I have gone to graphite shafted irons and got this sand wedge to match. So far every sand shot has gotten me out of the bunker and close to the pin. And shots around the green soar high and stop quickly. Very happy and confident in my wedge game now.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cleveland Wedges Bought the 52 & 56 degree and love them. Had Callaway wedges in the bag and really feel that these are much better. The face technology spin the ball around the greens and the miss hits are hardly noticeable. Overall very happy with them!
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very forgiving Very nice 58 degree wedge that has improved my short game. I went out and bought the 50, and 54 degree wedges too.
Date published: 2018-07-09
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What bounce for an average golfer

Asked by: Larchmere
As a guide wedges with a bounce angle of 4 to 6 degrees are considered low-bounce. Wedges with minimal bounce will be best suited for players who sweep the ball, shallower divots, firmer turf conditions and heavy, coarse sand in bunkers/bunkers with little sand. Any wedge with 7 to 10 degrees of bounce is considered to be a mid-bounce wedge. It will be the most versatile option, suited to a wider range of conditions and swing types. While, high bounce wedges have more than 10 degrees of bounce, meaning the leading edge sits higher when the sole is rested on the ground. These are best suited to players who dig at impact, take deep divots, softer conditions and bunkers with deep fine sand. If you're still unsure we would recommend seeing a local club fitter.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-09-29

What is the length of the 46, 48, and 54?

Asked by: JohnChivas
The 46° wedge is 35.5". The 48° wedge is 35.5". The 54° wedge is 35.25".
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-05-02

CBX Wedges does the lofts come in different degrees of loft. Or is a 56 degree all the same bounce.

Asked by: Pistol Bird Dog
Each loft has one bounce option.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-03-27

Define the different degrees of bounce 

Asked by: Roger54
Bounce is the angle of the sole against the ground when you're set up for a shot. The higher bounce, the less tendency the club will have to dig into the ground.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-03-12

My pro told me to get a 56 wedge and make sure it’s sp400 not anything else.  Is sp300 ok? Are we splitting hairs?

Asked by: Taters
Unfortunately, you would have to be fitted to see if anything else would work for you. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Answered by: tgw_tasha
Date published: 2018-02-20

I have the CBX 60 degree with steel shaft. Does the "115" mean gram weight? My irons are Titleist AP1-712 with graphite shafts. Will the steel shaft of the wedges create inconsistencies? I'm looking at the 56 degree CBX.Graphite or steel?

Asked by: golfer420
Yes, 115 refers to the weight in grams of the shaft.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-04-27

I now have a 60° Cleveland wedge which I use as a sand wedge as well as a fairway wedge. I am interested in the CSX perimeter weighted 60° wedge, but I wonder if it will work effectively as a sand wedge?

Asked by: Johnno
It should work fine but it would be all of a customer preference.
Answered by: tgw_Addie
Date published: 2017-10-31

I am an 84 year old man, 16 handicap. How many CGX wedges of what degree of loft and what bounce would be a good addition to my callaway irons that includes an Attack wedge of 49 degrees.

Asked by: Roy2
To answer this question it would be best if you went to a local proshop who would be able to fit you for the correct clubs that you need.
Answered by: tgw_Addie
Date published: 2018-04-27
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