The clubs' shot-making prowess is further improved by Cleveland's Zip Grooves technology, which creates 25 percent bigger grooves, each with pristine edges. This helps increase the shot "zip" and consistency, especially from poor lies. Cleveland also added large, thin faces for increased ball speed, wide soles for consistent turf interaction, and your choice of ultra-lightweight steel or graphite shafts. The shaft designs combine with the optimized head weights, lofts, and club lengths to deliver the consistency and speed you need whether you're hitting from a smooth fairway or a nasty rough. And unlike many traditional iron sets, the CG16i irons feature even, closely spaced distance gaps between the clubs. As a result, you won't have to shorten your swing as often, helping ensure better spin and accuracy on approach shots.
|Available in a Black Pearl finish, the CG16i iron set produces superior distance and control.|
|CG16i Black Pearl Iron Specifications|
|Iron||Loft||Lie||Length||Swing weight||Offset value|
|3 iron||19 degrees||60 degrees||39.75 inches (S), 40 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.240 inches|
|4 iron||21 degrees||60.75 degrees||39.125 inches (S), 39.375 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.210 inches|
|5 iron||24 degrees||61.5 degrees||38.5 inches (S), 38.75 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.180 inches|
|6 iron||27 degrees||62.25 degrees||37.875 inches (S), 38.125 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.160 inches|
|7 iron||31 degrees||63 degrees||37.25 inches (S), 37.5 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.140 inches|
|8 iron||35 degrees||63.5 degrees||36.75 inches (S), 37 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.120 inches|
|9 iron||39 degrees||64 degrees||36.25 inches (S), 36.5 inches (G)||D3 (S), D2 (G)||0.105 inches|
|PW||44 degrees||64.5 degrees||35.75 inches (S), 36 inches (G)||D4 (S), D3 (G)||0.090 inches|
About Cleveland Golf
Roger Cleveland began producing and selling golf clubs in 1979, originally producing exquisite replicas of classic golf clubs from the '40s and '50s. Today, the company is home to the number-one wedge in golf and is regarded as one of the forerunners in product innovation. With more than 325 employees in its Huntington Beach, California, headquarters, Cleveland Golf is a sponsor of such tournaments as the Byron Nelson Championship and Cleveland Collegiate Palmetto Championship.