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A brief comparison: Rx14 and RxF

Hello everyone, as always thanks for stopping by. Given Renegar Golf’s recently introduced RxF wedges. We wanted to take a quick look and compare the RxF’s design features and options to Renegar Golf’s Rx14 wedges which they released earlier this summer.

Rx14 WedgesRengar Golf                                                                                       
Design and Technology Features
• Utility patented sole contour
• Lower leading edge with more bounce
• Frequency-matched for consistency
• Low-glare, nickel-chrome plated club
head finish
• Larger grooves with increased spacing
• Tighter leading edge
• Lower balance point and reduced club
weight
• Softer Lamkin-Renegar wedge grip
Available Lofts
46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60
Available Options
Nickel-chrome finish with KBS Wedge steel
shaft: $145
Black SQ finish with DTS Tour Control graphite
shaft: $165

 

RxF WedgesRenegar Golf Rx14
Design and Technology Features

• Utility patented sole contour
• Lower leading edge with more bounce
• Five-step precision forging process
• CNC-milled face with USGA-legal grooves
• Satin-finish, nickel-chrome plated club
head finish
• Frequency-matched for consistency
• Softer impact with less vibration
• More compact for better rough play
Available Lofts
Lofts 45-60 degrees with P, G, S and L lettering
Available Options
Three shaft choices: KBS Wedge steel in
R or S flex, Nippon NS Pro WV115 wedge
Two grip choices: IOmic Sticky 2.3 grip or the
Lamkin-Renegar Wedges grip

 

What are your thoughts on the Rx14 and the RxF? To learn more about either club, visit Renegar Golf.

Images via Renegar Golf.

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