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Cleveland CG Gold Irons


$600.00 Released May, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:The Gelback insert helps prevent sting on missed shots or colder days. Well balanced; will be able to feel clubhead throughout swing. Will give intermediate golfers more forgiveness than the Red version of these irons.

The Cons:Some may find the stock grips to be too soft. Some irons out there will offer golfers more forgiveness.

Cleveland Golf's CG Gold Irons aim to satisfy players with a wide range of abilities. Not as workable as other lines like CG Red, but not purely game-improvement irons, the set offers a balance between feel and forgiveness.

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Compared to the CG Reds, they have a greater offset, thicker topline, and larger clubface. A 'Gelback' insert is one feature intended to provide a soft feel, including on off-center hits. A low center of gravity also optimizes stability for mishits, while 'Micro-Cavity' technology stiffens the topline and minimizes vibrations. The CG Gold Irons are available with steel or graphite shafts.

Features

  • Gelback insert
  • Medium offset
  • Medium topline
  • Micro-Cavity Technology
  • Moderately low, deep center of gravity
  • Graphite or steel shaft

Iron Details

  • 2 iron - 18 degrees loft
  • 3 iron - 21 degrees loft
  • 4 iron - 24 degrees loft
  • 5 iron - 27 degrees loft
  • 6 iron - 30 degrees loft
  • 7 iron - 33.5 degrees loft
  • 8 iron - 37 degrees loft
  • 9 iron - 41 degrees loft
  • PW - 45 degrees loft
  • DW - 50 degrees loft
  • SW - 55 degrees loft

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Pros
  • 2

    The Gelback insert helps prevent sting on missed shots or colder days

  • 2

    Well balanced; will be able to feel clubhead throughout swing

  • 1

    Will give intermediate golfers more forgiveness than the Red version of these irons

Cons
  • 2

    Some may find the stock grips to be too soft.

  • 1

    Some irons out there will offer golfers more forgiveness

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