Cleveland CG7 Black Pearl Irons
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Zip grooves add increased spin. Well struck shots reward you with excellent feel. Missed shots do not sting your hands as much as other irons.
The Cons:Will look prematurely aged.
Cleveland's CG7 Black Pearl Irons are a set of game-improvement clubs with an emphasis on forgiveness, feel, and spin control. The back cavity has a one-piece moulded gel insert that reduces vibration and gives a more fluid stroke feel.
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The grooves on the face of the club are extremely precise and coated with a protective layer during the sandblasting process. There are also laser-etched microgrooves between the standard grooves to increase the friction surface of the club and allow for increased spin. Each club has a specially-placed cavity of space that alters the centre of gravity for forgiveness across the range of clubs. Each one also has a deep centre of gravity.
- "ZipGrooves" have very precise and smooth consrtuction
- Laser-etched microgrooves add friction for spin
- One-piece gel cushioning absorbs impact
- Progressive placement of internal cavity balances COG
- High MOI
- Toe/Heel weighting
- Large centre of gravity
- Available 3-Iron to SW
- 21-degree (3-iron) to 55-degree (SW) loft
- Available with steel or graphite shafts
User Reviews (3)
Zip grooves add increased spin
Well struck shots reward you with excellent feel
Missed shots do not sting your hands as much as other irons
Dark finish reduces glare
Perfect irons for those golfers in the 5-15 handicap range
Will look prematurely aged
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