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Cleveland Classic Hybrid Graphite Hybrid



Based on: 210 Transactions | Most Recent: 3/10/14

Low: $14.52
Mid: $18.45
High: $19.97
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Manufacturer:

Cleveland

Year of Introduction:

2013

MSRP (new):

$149.99

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• Engineered for maximum distance and forgiveness from any lie.
• Combination of two rails with subtle center keel decreases turf drag for more lift and speed at impact.
• Center of gravity was moved deeper in the clubhead for a higher launch angle and a more penetrating ball flight.
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”

For More Information: http://clevelandgolf.com/


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Cleveland's third-generation Gliderail sole technology (previously seen on the Mashie line) features rails on both sides of a stabilizing bar in the center of the sole. The purpose is to diminish turf drag, and Cleveland testing found that the new design moves through the turf while losing less speed than last year's sole.
Low-Handicapper:
"Nice and compact, and so easy to hit. Accurate? I practically had to lean left or right to see it go past the flag."
Middle-Handicapper:
"The sound is quiet and comforting. I really feel the sole gliding through the turf."
Hot:
The rail design is efficient from all lies, helped, too, by a subtle tweak of the leading edge's bounce angle.
Not:
A design this forgiving might benefit from one more higher loft--and maybe one fewer lower one.

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