Cleveland CG16 Tour Satin Chrome Irons
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Heavy sole gets through the rough with ease. High ball flight will help the ball stick on greens. Rough textured face of the club is designed to promote spin.
The Cons:Might be too light for hard swinging golfers.
The Cleveland CG16 Tour Satin Chrome Irons are lightweight irons with a long club length that are designed to get maximum distance off precise swings. As they are tour clubs, they are targeted towards the more serious golfer who has consistent precise swings and precisely shapes shots.
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Unlike the generic version of the CG16 Irons, the tour is harder to hit but offers better shots if the player has the skill. The club has a modest cavity back, with an undercut engineered to improve ball speed and accuracy. The undercut is also designed to improve shots that are just slightly off-center, as the club is designed with a slight forgiveness. The club face has laser milled grooves and milled tour zip grooves.
- Tour clubs for serious golfers
- Offers precise shots off precise hits
- Available left-handed
- Touch of forgiveness
- Laser Milled Face
- Milled Tour Zip Grooves
- Modest cavity back
- Steel and graphite shaft
- Satin Chrome finish
User Reviews (1)
Heavy sole gets through the rough with ease
High ball flight will help the ball stick on greens
Rough textured face of the club is designed to promote spin
Easy to hit shots from all different angles and lies
Plenty of feedback on well struck shots- very rewarding
Dampened vibrations help on colder days
Might be too light for hard swinging golfers
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