The Cleveland CBX2 Wedge For the Cavity Back Golfer

The Cleveland CBX2 wedge is out and although it may look like the average blade “at address” it is totally new and AWESOME! (Check out Cleveland’s video below to see just how awesome it is!)

Your short game is one of the most critical elements of having any success in golf, yet so many players don’t give it the attention it deserves, both in equipment and practice.

Well, the new Cleveland CBX2 wedges were created to solve half of that equation.

Cleveland decided that rather than creating the usual blade style wedge, that they should instead create a cavity-backed wedge for “the cavity-backed golfer.” Their goal is to help the everyday golfer lower their scores and gain consistency in their short game.

To give the everyday golfer this kind of consistency, forgiveness, and control with a wedge, they have done a few things that have created a huge impact.

1.) Impossible Center of Balance

These are their words, not mine, but ultimately Cleveland has a centrally located center of gravity rather than the usual heel based COG so that the clubface can work with you to be square on impact with the ball.

They have been able to do this by reducing weight in the hosel, creating cavities in the back of the club, increase the width of the sole near the toe without changing it much near the heel and more.

All of this has come together to create a center of gravity that is right in the middle, near the bottom of the face, perfectly positioned to help you hit more consistently!

To get a Cleveland CBX2 Wedge of your own, click here.

2.) Dynamic Sole technology

With this new wedge, they have created a dynamic sole that varies in width between the heel and sole of the club to allow for even more forgiveness both on chunked shots, topped shots or those that you hit on the heel or toe.

Additionally, this helps to maximize the perimeter weighting of the club giving you even more guidance to keep the clubface square and on target.

3.) Hollow Cavity Design

Next and most notably is the hollow cavity design of this wedge.

Usually, wedges tend to have a blade style for both the aesthetic and to appeal to the liking of golfers, however, this wedge has been specifically designed to have a cavity back all while looking like a blade.


Because doing this allows this club to give you more forgiveness and prevent you from chunking the ball so that you can hit more consistent shots and get even more overall forgiveness.

4.) Rotex Face Technology

Lastly, this Cleveland wedge comes equipped with Rotex technology on the face which combines grooves with more grooves and then even more grooves so… you’ll get the spin you want on the ball.

This technology creates awesome spin for almost any golfer who is looking for those one bounce stops on the green!

Overall, these new wedges are packed with features to help the cavity back golfer finally get a wedge that fits their playing style.

If you want to get one of your own you can here.

The Ultimate Guide to Buying Junior Golf Clubs

Picking the right junior golf clubs doesn’t have to be difficult. There are many options out on the market today for kids and it may seem a bit overwhelming, but we have compiled a handy guide to help answer the most common questions we receive and steer you in the right direction to picking the perfect set (or a couple of individual clubs) for your junior player!

FAQ Page

What are junior clubs?
Junior clubs are specially designed equipment that is more flexible, lighter in weight and more lofted to help young golfers find success out on the golf course.

What ages are junior golf clubs for?
Golf clubs are available from size zero (age 3) all the way through a golfer’s teenage years (age 17).

What are the best junior golf clubs?
We stock several manufacturers of junior golf equipment. Our best-seller of junior golf clubs is from U.S. Kids. They have clubs available for toddlers all the way through a golfer’s formative high school years and everything in between. Our second best selling brand is PING.

What sizes are junior golf clubs?
U.S. Kids Clubs offer 11 different sizes available based on the strength, age, and height of the child.

What height are junior golf clubs for?
Junior clubs are sold from size zero sets for kids 36” tall all the way up to kids 69” tall.

Can adults use junior golf clubs?
Definitely! Many petite women find that kids built traditionally for youth are a great option to help them play their best game.

How do you measure a child for golf clubs?
Start with the child’s height. For U.S. Kids clubs, measure the junior with their shoes ON. Every three inches marks a new size. The height is important because you don’t want the club to be too long. After determining the height, you should also measure the player’s swing speed (for their driver) to determine if the child should choose a U.S. Kids Ultralight or Tour Series club. Children ages 7 and under will always choose the Ultralight but the Tour Series is available for older children.

U.S. Kids Fitting Chart for Junior Golf Clubs
U.S. Kids Fitting Chart for Junior Golf Clubs

What clubs are in a junior golf set?
It varies based on how old the child is and how avid of a player they are, but most sets come with a minimum of 5 clubs and as many as 11.

How many clubs do I need to buy?
You can buy as few as a single club or as many as a full set. A putter and a 7 iron is a great way to get a child started to see if they like the game. With those two clubs, they can hit balls, chip, and putt. These two clubs are also the easiest to hit and will bring early success to a beginning player.

Should you cut down adult clubs for junior golfers?
No. When you cut an adult club down, you make the shaft much too stiff and much too heavy for a child to swing easily. Junior clubs are engineered for getting the ball airborne easily and built lightweight. This will maximize a junior’s ability to successfully reach their potential.

What to Buy?

Best Sellers – Junior Club Sets

U.S. Kids Golf Ultralight 54" Stand Bag 5-Club Set
U.S. Kids Golf Ultralight 54″ Stand Bag 5-Club Set
  1. U.S. Kids Ultralight 4-5 Club Sets$159.99-$219.99 – The Ultralight series from U.S. Kids have lighter clubheads and more flexible shafts for the beginner golfer with less clubhead speed. They are best intended for the beginner to the intermediate golfer, ages 4-12. – Shop
U.S. Kids Golf TOUR SERIES 57" Stand Bag 10-Club Set
U.S. Kids Golf TOUR SERIES 57″ Stand Bag 10-Club Set

2. U.S. Kids Golf TOUR SERIES Stand Bag 7-10 Club Sets$449.99-$579.99 – The TOUR SERIES clubs are designed for the intermediate to advanced golfer with more clubhead weight and longer, stiffer shafts. Best suited for the intermediate to advanced junior players, aged 8-12. Shop

PING Golf Prodi G Junior 5-11 Piece Sets
PING Golf Prodi G Junior 5-11 Piece Sets

3. PING Golf Prodi G Junior 5-11 Piece Sets$599.99-$1299.99 – Ideal for juniors 4’5″-5’2″ – Prodi G junior sets offer the same score-lowering technology of our adult sets custom-engineered to fit golfers ages 7 to 13 and between 4′ 5″ and 5′ 2″. With the “Get Golf Growing” Program, buy at least five clubs and you’re entitled to a one-time, no-charge service to have the clubs re-shafted or lengthened, re-weighted, and re-gripped as the golfer grows. Shop

Best Sellers – Junior Individual Irons

U.S. Kids Yard Club
U.S. Kids Yard Club
  1. U.S. Kids Yard Club$39.99 – The Yard Club is the lightest and most flexible club U.S. Kids Golf offers. It will help first-time golfers learn to hit balls, have fun and see quick success. The super-lightweight, oversize head makes good golf shots easier with a larger hitting area. The molded grip promotes the proper hand position and a natural swing. The Yard Club comes packaged with 3 soft limited-flight Yard Balls to use in your yard or at the park but it is designed to hit real golf balls too. Available in right or left hand, two color options, and 10 sizes. Shop

2. U.S. Kids Ultralight Series$24.99-$39.99 depending on the club – Yearly fitting is essential to achieve and maintain proper swing development, as kids grow 2.5″ to 3″ per year. Individual clubs are a great opportunity for your child to see if they like the game by picking out a couple of clubs for them to hit. Morton Golf Sales recommends starting with a putter and 7-iron and building a set from there.

U.S. Kids Golf Ultralight Individual Irons
U.S. Kids Golf Ultralight Individual Irons

U.S. Kids Ultralight Individual Irons – $29.99
U.S. Kids Ultralight Hybrid – $34.99
U.S. Kids Ultralight Fairway Driver – $34.99
U.S. Kids Ultralight Jekyll Putters – $24.99
U.S. Kids Ultralight DV-2 Drivers – $39.99

The Science Behind Golf Rangefinders

One of the most popular tools of golf, rangefinders have changed the way hundreds of thousands of golfers approach the game. These modern gadgets allow golfers to know precise distances to flags, greens, hazards, and more. How do these work though? We go into the specifics of how golf rangefinders work.

If you look at the end of a laser rangefinder you’ll see two black circles. One of these circles is a laser emitter. When you point the rangefinder at an object and press the button, a laser beam will be emitted from this black circle and hit the object.

Once the laser hits the object you’re trying to measure, a portion of that laser will be reflected back towards the rangefinder. That reflection will hit the second black circle. This circle is a receiver aperture.

The third and final major piece of a laser rangefinder is a highly accurate clock. This clock records when the laser beam is emitted and then when the receiver aperture detects the laser reflection.

GolfBuddy Laser 1S Rangefinder

The rangefinder will then process the information. Utilizing the time it took the laser beam to leave the emitter and reach the receiver, the rangefinder can estimate the distance that it traveled. Hence the rangefinder can measure the distance of any object it can bounce the laser off of.

10 Exciting Golf Gifts

If you’re looking for some gifts for yourself, friends, or loved ones then we are here to help. This list is comprised of 10 golf gifts that would make excellent presents for any occasion for the golfers in your life.

Long Shot Impact Tape:

Long Shot Impact Tape is an excellent training tool. The self-adhesive backing allows them to be placed onto any club. The golf ball impacts are then clearly visible on the tape. This allows golfers to correct swing faults, build “Sweet Spot” consistency, and maximize equipment performance to get greater distance, lower scores, and improved accuracy.

Golf Themed Kitchen Sink Drainer

Need proof that you have everything but the kitchen sink when it comes to golf products or accessories? Now you can have the next best thing – the strainer for your kitchen sink! This fun gift fits most standard sinks, is lead-free and food-safe, and has a stainless steel basket

Bar-B-Que Set w/ Golf Club Handles

Nothing is better than treating your golfing buddies to some good old BBQ. Impress them with this unique golf club inspired set. This sturdy 5-piece bar-b-que set with golf club handles includes a fork, spatula, brush, and golf-ball shaped salt & pepper shakers.

Golf Abacus Bead Score Counter

Remembering the score has never been easier or more fun. Simply attach the Golf Abacus® to a belt loop or golf bag. Slide a bead down after each shot. Count the beads at the end of the hole and that’s the score. Simple. No second guesses. It is available in a variety of colors and finishes.

Primeware Deluxe Golf Cooler Pack

Golf anyone? Deliver up a feast for two on the fairway with this golf bag style picnic pack. The thermally insulated pack has plenty of room for a chilled bottle and those gourmet treat your sweetheart loves. You will be the envy of the green. A great gift idea for any golf enthusiast!

Eyeline Golf Target Training Aid

The Target Circles have 3 important features: They are very thin so the ball rolls over the target without disturbance; They can fold into a variety of configurations – full circle, ½ or ¾ circles; They are made with sewn webbing hinges and shatter-resistant plastic to withstand the rigors of practice. The bright stripes can also be easily seen.

Daphne’s Animal Headcovers

Each animal (92 Different Options) is fully lined and elasticized to ensure a secure fit on your clubs. Each animal is guaranteed for life. Quality is inherent in each headcover with thread that is four times the necessary strength and fabrics designed to fend off the wear and tear of the sun’s UV rays. The headcovers are washable! Quality fur allows them to be hand-washed, dry cleaned or spot washed.

Par Three Putting Green

Step up your indoor putting with this Par Three Putting Green. This is a 3′ x 9′ putting green with lakes, sand traps and putting cup inserts. This makes a great gift for yourself or for any golfing enthusiasts in your life

WindGarden Golf Bag Spinner

Golf Spinners from Premier Designs will “stay on par” rain or shine on your lawn or garden. Whether it’s a trophy-winning pro or a weekend hacker, these golf spinners will delight everyone in the “club”. Constructed with UV resistant SunTex™ fabric. Featuring Premier’s heavy-duty hardware, patented low-friction hubs, and superior craftsmanship, WindGarden spinners are colorful, durable, moving works of art.

Unputtaball and Exploding Golf Ball

The Exploding Golf Ball lends itself to endless joke situations.  Try it.  Bet your partner that he can’t repeat that great long iron shot…drop the exploding golf ball on the fairway…and stand back for the biggest laugh ever! Or buy the Unputtaball Golf Ball and laugh as it jumps, balks, skids and gyrates away from the hole.

The New Tour Edge HL4 Clubs Offer a New Way Way to structure Your Golf Bag!

The new Hot Launch 4 (HL4) clubs by Tour Edge are out and include all new drivers, irons, hybrids, and iron-woods, all of which can be mixed and matched to fit your golf game.

These new clubs have some incredible new customization options as well as being pushed to the limit in both design and technology to make them some of the most forgiving clubs out there.

This new release includes:

The Tour Edge HL4 Driver

The new HL4 Driver comes with a brand new design their president claims he had never seen before in golf. This new design creates a super high moment of inertia as a result of a sloped crown and forged 4-piece titanium head all coming together to help you hit that ball straight!

Additionally, this driver comes with a number of other features including:

  • Deeper cup face design to create more contact points on the face.
  • Rear sole weight to get your shots air-born almost every time.
  • Power channel features to move weight backward and maximize face flex, getting you maximum distance.
  • and more!

If you would like to check out this driver, you can here.

The Tour Edge HL4 Hybrids

The Tour Edge HL4 hybrids are designed for one purpose, to help you get the ball where it needs to go. These clubs are engineered specifically to hit the ball far, high and straight, giving you the ultimate golf experience.

These new hybrids are able to achieve this with the following features:

  • A forged steel crown to reduce weight and increase clubhead speed.
  • Shallow face design to increase distance.
  • High toe design to give you more forgiveness and a larger sweet spot on the clubface.
  • Thinner cup face designed to create higher COR and give you greater distance.
  • Power channel features to move the weight back and maximize the face flex.
  • Versatile options.
  • and more!

If you want to get some of your own, you can here.

The Tour Edge HL4 Iron-Woods

The new HL4 iron-woods are unique in their engineering to help players with a higher handicap start to lower their scores with strategic design and uses made available by this style.

These clubs come jam-packed with features such as:

  • Super thin forged face design.
  • Hollow hyper-steel body to maximize the stability of every shot.
  • A rear inverted crown to lower the center of gravity, giving you the highest launching iron-woods to date.
  • Wide weighted sole to give you forgiveness on your miss-hits.
  • A triple combo set to give you an iron-wood for almost any job.
  • And more.

If you want to get one of your own, you can here.

The Epic flash Star Irons

These Tour Edge HL4 irons are some of the most advanced game improvement irons on the market. Due to advancements in tech and design these irons have incredible new features to help you lower your scores.

These new features include:

  • Soft stainless steel for a nice, buttery feel.
  • Expanded undercut cavity to provide maximum forgiveness.
  • Advanced toe weighting to create a larger sweet spot and make you even more stable on impact.
  • Shallow face height to give you consistent performance.
  • Versatile options.
  • and more!

If you would like to buy some of your own, you can here.

If you want to learn more about all of the exact customizations, how it will affect your game as well as some funny moments between Jen and Ken then make sure you watch the video above!

If you want to buy any of these new clubs for yourself or someone close to you, you can find them all here.

New 2019 Taylor Made P790 Irons (IN-DEPTH REVIEW)

The new TaylorMade P790 Irons pack a lot of punch into a slim, classic design that offers great distance gains for almost any player.

The new blade irons by TaylorMade are absolutely beautiful and due to some key innovations, these blades are actually usable by almost any golfer as opposed to other blades that are often made for more advanced golfers.

Now any golfer can have beautiful clubs in their bag that make them feel like a pro out on the course.

Through a mix of forged clubs and the use of TaylorMade’s revolutionary SpeedFoam Tech these clubs have a buttery feel as well as more bounce off the face that increases your distance with no additional effort of your own.

This new SpeedFoam Technology is made up of a light urethane foam that is injected inside the head of the club and is engineered to go right of to the limits of face design to maximize speed and feel like the best club you have ever hit.

Additionally, they have added a Tungsten weight in the shape of a bar on the back of clubhead that is placed lower in the club to create a lower center of gravity as well as get you higher launch.

These clubs are built around a hollow body construction model that allows them to inject the new SpeedFoam tech as well as allow space between the face and body to increase the explosive speed of the clubface, as well as give more forgiveness for the average golfer.

The TaylorMade P790 irons also feature a Thru Slot Speed Pocket on the bottom of the clubface that actually gives the club forgiveness when you contact the ball lower on the face and therefore creating more consistent distance on your shots so that you can recover topped shots with fewer consequences.

Lastly, these irons also feature inverted club technology (I.C.T.) that is strategically located on the face of each iron to make you more accurate and maintain consistent speed even on off-center hits.

If you want a complete review of these new irons, go ahead and watch the video above and if you want to buy some of your own, you can here.

New TaylorMade Hi-Toe Big Foot Wedge (COMPLETE OVERVIEW)

There had been sightings, but it is now CONFIRMED that the TaylorMade Hi-Toe Big Foot Wedge is real and available for any golfer to add to their bag!

This new TaylorMade Hi-Toe Big Foot is out with a couple of notable new features, namely the awesome bronze color and bigfoot decal making it one of the most unique looking clubs on the market.

In addition, this wedge also has a couple of key features that are worth bringing attention to.

1.) Asymmetric C-Grind Sole

The sole of the Hi-Toe Big Foot wedge is flatter and wider than most at a whopping 32mm. As well as having an anti-dig leading-edge these all come together to enhance the playability of the shots that you manage to get into the sand or rough. In addition, this club has a trailing edge and heel relief that gives you the versatility to play from the greens to the bunkers.

2.) Enhanced Sole Pockets

On the back, this wedge has enhanced sole pockets that redistribute the mass of the club which increases the consistency fo your shots, as well as the spin and control.

3.) Hi-Toe Design

With a toe height that is 5mm longer than normal, you are able to get a higher center of gravity that gives you lower launch and more spin (AKA you get awesome backspin on the greens!).

4.) Full Face Scoring Lines

Yep, you have LINES along the entire face to help you lower your SCORE! (get it? “scoring Lines”…) But, in reality, the face of this awesome wedge has lines across the entire face to create consistent ball contact and spin as no matter where you hit it on the face you will get that beautiful spin you’re after.

Overall, the new TaylorMade High-Toe Big Foot Wedge is a great but for any golfer looking to increase their performance out on the course!

If you want to get one of your own, you can here!

Sandpaper Attached to Wedge?

It’s common knowledge that wedges should produce spin. It is difficult to find explanations for how the grooves on a wedge produce spin. Most people say grooves increase friction. Does that mean a wedge with extreme friction would be excellent? To find the answer, we built a sandpaper wedge and tested it against a normal wedge.


Researching why wedges have grooves yields a wide assortment of differing answers. Therefore, for this section, we will stick to the cold hard facts. Nearly everyone agrees that grooves were originally introduced to deal with the grass and debris that comes between the clubface and the ball. For example, a club without grooves would perform like racing slick tires. These tires perform exceptionally well on clean dry tracks. However, in wet or dirty conditions particulates prohibit the tires from making adequate traction with the road. This is the same problem faced by golfers. Therefore, club manufacturers have carved grooves into the surface of wedges to give the debris a channel to escape. This is comparable to the patterns on normal road tires. Now, if the grooves just provide more traction then why does the USGA care about the type of edges the grooves have? This is because the grooves provide spin characteristics. Specifically, how they accomplish this is not adequately explained by manufacturers. Nonetheless, there are some solid theories. 


My theory is the spin a wedge imparts on a ball has everything to do with the friction the club creates against the ball. Hence, grooves create friction when the surface of the ball encounters the sharp edges of a groove. This contact creates friction and the ball generates spin. The grooves also channel water and residue away from the surface of the ball. However, this experiment is in dry weather so this attribute will not matter. I theorize that the more friction the face of the wedge has, the more spin it will inevitably transfer to the ball. By adhering a textured surface of sandpaper to the face of a wedge the ball will have a much lower launch angle, more backspin, and a shorter rolling distance


We acquired two slightly used Alister Mackenzie Limited Satin Wedge. Both wedges are 52-degree wedges with the same bounce angle. We attached a piece of 140-grit sandpaper to the face of one of the wedges. This sandpaper was attached with two-part epoxy resin. We chose this resin because normal glues would not withstand the high impact of a golf wedge. We then went to the Player Performance Studio at Haggin Oaks to use the TrackMan system. Utilizing this system, Calvin Carpenter, a teaching professional, hit 3 sets of 3 balls with each wedge. We analyzed the results of the TrackMan and made a determination on the purpose of wedge grooves. 


The results of this experiment are incredibly interesting. The sandpaper wedge had 62% more spin than the stock wedge. The sandpaper wedge averaged a spin rate over 10,000 rpm. Likewise, the launch angle for the sandpaper wedge was 21% lower than that of the unmodified wedgeThe landing angle for the sandpaper wedge was also less than that of the stock wedge. As for consistency, the sandpaper wedge again came out on top.


Our conclusion is that friction has a direct relationship to spin. Increasing friction increases spin. Our high-friction and grooveless wedge performed better than its stock counterpart. This strongly supports every point in our hypothesis. While the sandpaper wedge may be inferior in very wet or high debris situations, in dry conditions it is unarguably superior. However, on our ninth swing with the wedge, the sandpaper tore. Additionally, because we used a strong two-part epoxy it would be difficult to replace the sandpaper with a new piece. It would require a more durable design for this to useable on the course. Nonetheless, this experiment hopefully shed some light on how a wedge works. 

We’re Giving Away a Brand New Titleist SM7 Wedge!

Do you want to win a new Titleist SM7 Wedge?

If so, then you are in the right place because we are going to give one away to one lucky winner that we will choose once we reach 500 subscribers on YouTube

To enter all you have to do if go to our YouTube Channel and do 2 things:

  1. Subscribe to our Youtube channel (You can find it here or press the subscribe button right under this video)
  2. Leave a comment on the video above (go here to view it on YouTube.)

Once you do that you will be entered into our contest to win a free Titleist SM7 Wedge once we reach 500 subscribers!

This Titleist SM7 wedge comes jam-packed with game improvement features including:

  • Improved progressive center of gravity
  • Optimized spin milled grooved
  • Tour validated grinds
  • Cutting edge Vokey design

All of which come together to help you maximize your spin, control, and consistency to give you more confidence in your golf game.

If you want to win one of your own all you have to do is subscribe to the Morton Golf Sales YouTube Channel here and comment on the video here to be entered to win!

We look forward to sending one your way!

Fastest Golf Cart In The World

If you’ve ever felt that the speed of golf carts at your local course was lacking then you’re not alone. Golf cart manufacturers typically install controllers into their vehicles which limit the top speed anywhere from 14 to 19.9 miles per hour depending on the state. However, there exist golf carts that can travel over 100 miles per hour!

Rules and Regulations

The rules and regulations pertaining to golf carts vary state by state. Hence, we will discuss the rules for California as that is where we are located. Here, golf carts may not exceed 15 mph, carry more than two people, nor way more than 1,300 pounds.

These rules sound very limiting but luckily the law has a caveat. The law says” If you modify your golf cart to go faster than 15 mph or seat more than two persons, the vehicle is considered a regular motor vehicle and must comply with federal motor vehicle safety standards (FMVSS) for regular passenger vehicles. These standards include additional vehicle equipment, appropriate FMVSS labels, applicable emission standards, and a 17-digit conforming VIN. Failure to comply with all necessary regulations may result in a citation. Equipment requirements for on road use. Your golf cart must comply with certain equipment standards established by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to be registered for on road use.

This law and other likes it in other states allow for “speed fiends” to build some truly ridiculous vehicles

World Record Holder

One group of “speed fiends” currently leading the industry in fast golf cart builds is Plum Quick Golf Cart Racing. The company currently holds two Guinness World Records and numerous other awards. One of these records is the world record for fastest golf cart. Traveling at 118.76 mph this cart can outrun most cars.

How Did They Do It?

There are a few ways to get golf carts to go faster. First, you can over-volt an electric motor. While this harms the motor itself it can make it produce much more power. Obviously, Plum Quick Motors can’t make the stock golf cart motor move the cart at almost 119 mph even by overvolting it. Therefore, Plum Quick replaces the stock motor with a larger aftermarket one. Thirdly, make sure to bypass any speed regulator in the stock controller. Fourth, regear the axles and/or add larger tires. Both of these will allow the electric motor to better use its torque. Next, be sure to upgrade the brakes. If you’re gonna make your cart go faster be sure you can make it stop. Finally, be sure to add any necessary safety equipment required by law. California and most other states require safety modifications in conjunction with any significant performance upgrades.