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    Thanks for the responses. I ended up going to a Srixon/Cleveland demo day and ended up ordering a set (4-D) along with a 56 and 60 degree CBX wedges. Canít wait to get them. The Srixon 585s were tempting but the CBX seeemed like a better value for my level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gespinosa23 View Post
    Thanks for the responses. I ended up going to a Srixon/Cleveland demo day and ended up ordering a set (4-D) along with a 56 and 60 degree CBX wedges. Can’t wait to get them. The Srixon 585s were tempting but the CBX seeemed like a better value for my level.
    Awesome! You wont be disappointed! They are an iron that really flys under the radar and really need more credit than they do. Crazy forgiving, good looking, and just all around fun.

    What shafts did you get with them?

    Also the CBX wedges are awesome too, the big V soles really cut through the turf, and really easy to chip with again with the big soles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gespinosa23 View Post
    Hello all. Iím considering getting a set of these clubs and am wondering how they are holding up. Iíve seen a few posts showing some wear on the clubs and was wondering how much worse (or not) itís gotten. Thanks.
    Also, sorry I missed this post.

    I got mine in April of this year....and they have been all over the country traveling and several local rounds and many many range sessions. Still great shape. They wont be one that wears out quick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BFAST View Post
    Awesome! You wont be disappointed! They are an iron that really flys under the radar and really need more credit than they do. Crazy forgiving, good looking, and just all around fun.

    What shafts did you get with them?

    Also the CBX wedges are awesome too, the big V soles really cut through the turf, and really easy to chip with again with the big soles.
    I ordered them with the stock DG DST 98 shafts in S-flex with some adjustments for length and low. I probably shouldíve tried more shafts but the fitter at the local big golf store (Roger Dunn) and the Cleveland rep at the demo day seemed to think the performance of the stock shaft was good for me.

    Iím excited to get them along with the CBX wedges that will replace some really old Cleveland RTG ones. The CBX wedges were so much easier to hit. I havenít played Cleveland clubs since my old TA5s, which were great, fly under the radar, clubs as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BFAST View Post
    Awesome! You wont be disappointed! They are an iron that really flys under the radar and really need more credit than they do. Crazy forgiving, good looking, and just all around fun.
    First post here, hoping someone has thoughts on rogues vs CBX's. I had my mind set on Rogue irons, and since someone mentioned the CBX's to me I am becoming more interested. After reading this thread I want to try the CBX's. Hoping someone here has tried both.

    Cheers

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    I've not had a chance to hit the Rogue irons yet. That being said dollar for dollar the CBX is a great iron!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockory View Post
    First post here, hoping someone has thoughts on rogues vs CBX's. I had my mind set on Rogue irons, and since someone mentioned the CBX's to me I am becoming more interested. After reading this thread I want to try the CBX's. Hoping someone here has tried both.

    Cheers
    As stated many times on my posts, I work at Golf Galaxy so I get to see and use every single club that comes out. I really prefer the CBX irons over the Rogues. The lofts are almost identical with the exception of the 4 iron and 8 iron. With both of them, the Rogue is a whopping half degree weaker. Other than that lofts are identical across the board.

    The big difference is the actual shape of them. The Rogue has more offset than the CBX. Using their measurements on each site, the CBX 4 iron has roughly the same amount of offset as the Rogue Sand Wedge. Everyone is different but as someone who has played blades and players CB irons prior to the CBX, that was the number one standout. They just look amazing behind the ball for a forgiving iron.

    I've noticed the CBX spins slightly more and launches slightly higher than the Rogue irons. The launch can have something to do with the offset of the club. The more offset you have, the lower launch you will tend to produce and vice versa. The spin could be attributed to that wedge-like milling on the face.

    The Rogue is a couple yards longer due to the lower spin but it's not enough to make me second guess which clubs I'm hitting on the course.

    I'm not just sweet talking the CBX irons because I have them and I was picked for the Cleveland event last year. They are just incredible clubs that everyone has to see for themselves. Before the event, I would have walked right past a Cleveland stand if it was anything but wedges. Now, they're one of the ones I'm really looking forward to when they decide to release new clubs.

    Bonus story: In Tiger's early years, he used a reverse combo set to dial in his launch and spin. He would use irons with less offset in the longer clubs and more offset in the short clubs so that his long irons would launch a little higher and his short irons would launch a little lower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockory View Post
    First post here, hoping someone has thoughts on rogues vs CBX's. I had my mind set on Rogue irons, and since someone mentioned the CBX's to me I am becoming more interested. After reading this thread I want to try the CBX's. Hoping someone here has tried both.

    Cheers
    I have tried the rogue, they are a great set of irons, felt a bit better to me than the CBX, but I didn't find a big defference between them perfomance wise. the stock shafts are better in the rogue IMO. but the CBX are a better value
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLetterSee View Post
    As stated many times on my posts, I work at Golf Galaxy so I get to see and use every single club that comes out. I really prefer the CBX irons over the Rogues. The lofts are almost identical with the exception of the 4 iron and 8 iron. With both of them, the Rogue is a whopping half degree weaker. Other than that lofts are identical across the board.

    The big difference is the actual shape of them. The Rogue has more offset than the CBX. Using their measurements on each site, the CBX 4 iron has roughly the same amount of offset as the Rogue Sand Wedge. Everyone is different but as someone who has played blades and players CB irons prior to the CBX, that was the number one standout. They just look amazing behind the ball for a forgiving iron.

    I've noticed the CBX spins slightly more and launches slightly higher than the Rogue irons. The launch can have something to do with the offset of the club. The more offset you have, the lower launch you will tend to produce and vice versa. The spin could be attributed to that wedge-like milling on the face.

    The Rogue is a couple yards longer due to the lower spin but it's not enough to make me second guess which clubs I'm hitting on the course.

    I'm not just sweet talking the CBX irons because I have them and I was picked for the Cleveland event last year. They are just incredible clubs that everyone has to see for themselves. Before the event, I would have walked right past a Cleveland stand if it was anything but wedges. Now, they're one of the ones I'm really looking forward to when they decide to release new clubs.

    Bonus story: In Tiger's early years, he used a reverse combo set to dial in his launch and spin. He would use irons with less offset in the longer clubs and more offset in the short clubs so that his long irons would launch a little higher and his short irons would launch a little lower.
    Am I thinking of the Epics? One of the Callaway offerings the lofts were way up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwkz51 View Post
    Am I thinking of the Epics? One of the Callaway offerings the lofts were way up?

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    The Rogue X irons which are they biggest, most forgiving iron has stronger lofts than those. There are 3 irons in the Rogue family: Rogue Pro, Rogue, and Rogue X. The CBX is similar in size to the Rogue Pro with a degree or so stronger loft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLetterSee View Post
    The Rogue X irons which are they biggest, most forgiving iron has stronger lofts than those. There are 3 irons in the Rogue family: Rogue Pro, Rogue, and Rogue X. The CBX is similar in size to the Rogue Pro with a degree or so stronger loft.
    Ah..okay I remember somebody posing a loft chart and thinking dang, they really getting up there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gespinosa23 View Post
    I’m excited to get them along with the CBX wedges that will replace some really old Cleveland RTG ones. The CBX wedges were so much easier to hit. I haven’t played Cleveland clubs since my old TA5s, which were great, fly under the radar, clubs as well.
    Sorry I missed this post. Let us know when you get some miles on them. Looking forward to seeing your thoughts on them.

    Quote Originally Posted by hockory View Post
    First post here, hoping someone has thoughts on rogues vs CBX's. I had my mind set on Rogue irons, and since someone mentioned the CBX's to me I am becoming more interested. After reading this thread I want to try the CBX's. Hoping someone here has tried both.

    Cheers
    Although I havnt hit the Rogues I have been around them as a guy I know has them. The offset is the killer for me but I cant speak for any other aspect of them. Im sure they are a great iron, but visually I just cant do that offset. With the CBXs, fortunately they don't have much offset until you get to the 4i and even then its not bad. Im like the other guys, if I was in the market for a set of GI irons, I would of walked past both of these. Rogues for the offset and Cleveland cause...well just wouldn't think to buy them honestly.

    Here is my honest opinion on the CBXs. Visually, they aren't bad. They are clean, but I am a chrome / polished kind of guy. The blue insert in the cavity back is still clean, but for a guy that's OCD like me I wouldnt of gravitated towards it. But, that is totally me and its me nitpicking as they over all look clean in the bag. The top line still says GI, but its not SGI. Top line is still easy on the eye for sure. Performance wise, they can stand with any of the GI irons on the market. Im not afraid to say I got away with WAYYYY more poorly struck shots than I deserved. Some were so bad I felt guilty when they still landed on the green. They are for sure no doubt about it a killer bang for the buck GI iron that should be considered if someone is looking to make a change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BFAST View Post
    Sorry I missed this post. Let us know when you get some miles on them. Looking forward to seeing your thoughts on them.



    Although I havnt hit the Rogues I have been around them as a guy I know has them. The offset is the killer for me but I cant speak for any other aspect of them. Im sure they are a great iron, but visually I just cant do that offset. With the CBXs, fortunately they don't have much offset until you get to the 4i and even then its not bad. Im like the other guys, if I was in the market for a set of GI irons, I would of walked past both of these. Rogues for the offset and Cleveland cause...well just wouldn't think to buy them honestly.

    Here is my honest opinion on the CBXs. Visually, they aren't bad. They are clean, but I am a chrome / polished kind of guy. The blue insert in the cavity back is still clean, but for a guy that's OCD like me I wouldnt of gravitated towards it. But, that is totally me and its me nitpicking as they over all look clean in the bag. The top line still says GI, but its not SGI. Top line is still easy on the eye for sure. Performance wise, they can stand with any of the GI irons on the market. Im not afraid to say I got away with WAYYYY more poorly struck shots than I deserved. Some were so bad I felt guilty when they still landed on the green. They are for sure no doubt about it a killer bang for the buck GI iron that should be considered if someone is looking to make a change.
    I agree. They have TONS of forgiveness. Like you, I also prefer the clean looks of a polished finish iron, which is why I went back to the Z565. But performance wise, the CBX irons are pretty dang good. My only real critique is they don't seem to spin as much. I've noticed alot of shots that should have held the green that didn't. Not sure if it was me or the clubs til I took the CBX and 2 other irons I have to my fitter to hit on Trackman. Results showed the CBX 7i to spin 500-2k rpm less for me. I'm sure results would be different from person to person. But for me and my wonky swing, that's what I saw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin81002 View Post
    I agree. They have TONS of forgiveness. Like you, I also prefer the clean looks of a polished finish iron, which is why I went back to the Z565. But performance wise, the CBX irons are pretty dang good. My only real critique is they don't seem to spin as much. I've noticed alot of shots that should have held the green that didn't. Not sure if it was me or the clubs til I took the CBX and 2 other irons I have to my fitter to hit on Trackman. Results showed the CBX 7i to spin 500-2k rpm less for me. I'm sure results would be different from person to person. But for me and my wonky swing, that's what I saw.
    I went for a fitting with Srixon Cleveland I really loved the look of the Srixon 565 Irons but they just couldnít compete with the CBX for performance but in the Woods I couldnít go past the Srixon 565ís for performance over the CBX Woods so I went with Srixon 565 Driver Fairway Hybrid and Utility Iron and Cleveland irons and wedges


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Dave View Post
    I went for a fitting with Srixon Cleveland I really loved the look of the Srixon 565 Irons but they just couldnít compete with the CBX for performance but in the Woods I couldnít go past the Srixon 565ís for performance over the CBX Woods so I went with Srixon 565 Driver Fairway Hybrid and Utility Iron and Cleveland irons and wedges


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