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Cleveland CG Tour Irons


$800.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Nice balance that helps you with a controlled swing. Look sleek and smooth, seem very high-end. Plenty of forgiveness, even mis-hits go fairly straight.

The Cleveland CG Tour Irons are a set of players' irons that feature a traditional blade design and made for the accomplished golfer. The head is made from 8620 carbon steel and features a square toe and thin topline that better fit the player's eye, and their progressive offset gives increased workability and control.

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They have a larger face design for more stability and their increased muscle gives a lower and deeper center of gravity (CG) in the clubhead for a higher ball flight, especially out of the long irons. The precision milled face and scorelines help give increased accuracy. These muscle back irons have a platinum chrome finish to reduce glare and come standard with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts.

Features

  • Head material: 8620 carbon steel
  • Square toe
  • Thin topline
  • Progressive offset
  • Large face design
  • Muscle back design
  • Clubs available:  2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,PW
  • RH and LH

Shaft options

  • True Temper, Dynamic Gold - Flex R300, 127g
  • True Temper, Dynamic Gold - Flex S300, 130g
  • True Temper, Dynamic Gold - Flex X100, 130g
  • Grafalloy, ProLaunch Red - Flex R, 88g (custom shaft)
  • Grafalloy, ProLaunch Red - Flex S, 88g (custom shaft)

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    nice balance that helps you with a controlled swing

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    look sleek and smooth, seem very high-end

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    plenty of forgiveness, even mis-hits go fairly straight

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    able to get fairly good distance with every hit, good consistency

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    allows you to work your shots without too much effort

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    naturally provides a lot of spin on the green

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    solid construction and solid feel give a golfer confidence when you set up

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