Readers, I am very excited to announce new product today. This is a busy time for us here at HQ as we are about to launch new products in every category, something we normally do not do. Our R&D team has been laboring away, and in all honesty, it shows. I know this is a biased opinion, but the entire product line looks better than ever. Let’s start with drivers:

This year is even more exciting because we are currently introducing four drivers into the market, something we have never done before. The Right Weight Series is offered in four options: XL270, XL270 Draw, SL290, and TL310. Each driver is offered with a Miyazaki C.Kua shaft, a premium lightweight shaft. With all the options of weight, it is hard not to find a driver to launch. I was able to catch up with Todd Harman, Cleveland Golf President to talk about the Right Weight Series.

“We are very excited about all of our products coming out in 2011. Developing top tier golf clubs has always been something we pride ourselves on, and this year we have the strongest product line in company history. One category that excites us in particular is our Right Weight series of woods which offers four drivers in three different weight options. All of us here at Cleveland Golf firmly believe that weight is the future of the driver category, and the Right Weight Series introduction positions Cleveland Golf as the leader in Ultra light technologies .” –Todd Harman, President

We took that same light weight concept and applied to our new Launcher FL Fairway Wood. The FL is offered in three different 3Wood options (13*, 15*, and 17*), a 19* 5Wood and a 22* 7Wood. As with the drivers, the FL will come standard with a Miyazaki C. Kua 43 shaft.

Taking a break from the conventional, Cleveland Golf presents the Mashie Hybrid. The Mashie has both technology and nostalgia, ladies and gentlemen. It boasts a Retro Raw finish; which, for golfers who have been playing since the early 90’s, will definitely please the eye. Along with the nostalgic aspect of this club, it is also a leader in technology. The Gliderail Sole Design will help you swing through rough more freely than before, and once again, the Miyazaki C. Kua 59 Series brings weight back into play.

This year we are introducing two products under the same name: CG16. Over the years, we at Cleveland have become known as the leader in wedge technology, now we are taking it up a notch. We have developed an iron using the vast amount of knowledge we have from years of creating top notch wedges. So, I present to you the CG16 Wedge, and the CG16 Iron.

The CG16 Wedge will come will our Tour Zip Grooves, the largest grooves allowed by the USGA. We have also used Laser Milling Technology (Four microscopic grooves between each “regular” groove) to enhance your spin and control even further. Keeping with the classic Cleveland look at address this wedge offers a cavity with an undercut, making it a very forgiving wedge. The CG16 is offered in both Black Pearl and Satin Chrome.

Now the CG16 Iron has much of the same technology as the wedge. It is a cavity back iron also has an undercut, and face also has Laser Milling Technology. What makes these irons stand out is the length, each steel shafted iron come .5” longer than a standard iron on the market today. This extra length helps generate club head speed and ultimately hit the ball further.

Readers, I leave you with this… This line is truly the best we have ever had from top to bottom.  You cannot miss on finding a driver that fits you, and having irons with leading technology?  It is a slam dunk.

Categories: R&D, THE LATEST

9 Responses so far.

  1. Travis says:

    A very, very nice line-up of clubs for 2011. It is very refreshing to see a company who continues to focus on innovation and quality. The high end shafts you are offering in the woods and hybrids is a very important key to a golfers success and I applaud you for your focus on quality. I plan on looking for new irons this year and the CG16′s are on the top of my list.

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  2. chad says:

    when will these clubs be at the dealers?

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  3. John says:

    I may have missed it, but do the new CG16 Black Pearl Tour Irons comply with the 2010 USGA groove rules? The website marks the CG1 Tour irons as in compliance, but I did not see anything specific about the new irons. Thanks for updating…

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  4. Milo says:

    Sweet looking line-up 2011 is looking like a good year for Cleveland golf.

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  5. Tony says:

    The new lineup for irons includes the TA-7 Gunmetals!!? Are these going to be an updated version of the classic TA-7′s? When do they go on sale? Not much info on these in the blog update!

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  6. Greg says:

    Are they laser milled grooves on the CG16 wedge or a surface roughness treatment?

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  7. Michael Mason says:

    Been playing with the CG-16 irons for almost two months. I love the feel and the distance, about 1.5 less club than my old pings. I have a problem though, three weeks ago the shaft of the 6 iron snapped inside the grip and just yesterday the 4 iron did the same thing mid-shot. THe shafts are steel and both broke inside the grip. I am convinced there is a defect and Cleveland will have plenty of these reports soon. The owner of the sotre I purchased them from has replaced my set, I love the clubs so I hope the first set was just the lemon. Stay tuned.

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