Cleveland CG1 Tour Irons
Released January, 2011
The Pros:These irons look amazing. The finish on these irons reduces glare and looks great. Long irons are cavity back- easier to hit than blade's.
The Cons:Lacks the feel of other blade irons on the market. Expensive- going to scare some people off.
The Cleveland CG1 Tour Irons are the most advanced tour irons in Cleveland's 2011 line-up. They are the least forgiving of all the Celeveland Tour irons. The split-set design was inspired by PGA Tour players, and features cavity back long irons and short iron blades to offer a variety of options for use in different golfing situations.
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The surface of the club is laser milled to a consistent roughness level to optimize the friction between the golf ball and the club face. It also features tour zip grooves. The zip grooves conform to the 2010 USGA groove rule, and are designed to increase performance on poor lies.
- Tour irons
- Laser milled face
- Tour zip grooves
- Conforms to 2010 USGA regulations
- Split-set for combination between workability and forgiveness
- Split cavity back and muscle back irons
- Traditional look
- Blade feel
User Reviews (1)
The finish on these irons reduces glare and looks great
Long irons are cavity back- easier to hit than blade's
Zip grooves add increased spin
Delivers a consistent penetrating ball flight
Lacks the feel of other blade irons on the market
Expensive- going to scare some people off
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