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Cleveland CG16 Black Pearl Iron set

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• Designed with a lighter overall club weight and longer club length for maximum distance
• The large cavity back, with its full undercut, moves the center of gravity low and deep to optimize launch angle and significantly improve forgiveness
• The large, thin face allows for increased COR and maximum ball speed that will produce distance that competes with any iron set in the market
• Laser Milled Face and milled Tour Zip Grooves
• Black Pearl finish
Based in Huntington Beach, California, Cleveland Golf is a company that enjoys a strong presence on the PGA TOUR and competitive tours worldwide. Cleveland’s staff includes players such as: 2000 Masters and 2004 PGA Champion Vijay Singh, Steve Flesch, Joe Durant, Woody Austin, David Howell, Gary Koch and many others. Well known figures in the game of golf are Dignitaries for the company and include Byron Nelson and Gary Koch. The company got its start under the leadership of namesake Roger Cleveland, who founded the company in 1979. Originally Cleveland filled a niche market producing high quality replicas of classic golf clubs from the 1940’s and 1950’s but soon became regarded as an innovative producer of original equipment in it’s own right. A defining moment in the company’s growth was its acquisition by Skis Rossignol, S.A. in 1990. Since that time, Cleveland has experienced tremendous growth and now has employees numbering over 300, a National sales force of 70 and enjoys worldwide distribution. In its growth, the company has remained steadfastly committed to providing “Tour proven, premium golf equipment to passionate golfers at prices that ensure value to consumers”

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Cleveland has taken its lightweight technology story and applied it to irons: The CG16 features an 85-gram steel shaft. (Most steel shafts weigh about 110 grams in this category.) The same laser-milling technique used on Cleveland's wedges is used on the CG 16. The purpose is to create surface roughness between the grooves.
"I love the dark finish and the single white groove on the bottom for alignment. I felt like I could hit the ball anywhere on the face."…"Long and strong."
"I tried the graphite shaft, and it felt amazing-easy to hit and easy on the hands."
When you're the leading wedge maker, coming out with an iron that features the same face technology as your wedges is smart.
For a company so good at educating golfers on the proper amount of loft between wedges, the lofts on this iron set are too low and close together. A 19-degree 3-iron? A 21-degree 4-iron? Come on, man!

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