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Cleveland CG12 DSG Wedges Review

Cleveland CG12 DSG


Description
The CG12 DSG combines Zip Grooves with state-of-the-art technology and versatility offered by Dynamic Sole Grind (DSG). When opening the face at address, this Dynamic Sole Grind allows the leading edge of the CG12 DSG to remain closer to the ground than the original CG12. Throw in the deepest grooves in golf and you get a wedge that allows for high, soft flop shots with zip.


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Review Date
May 6, 2009

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Value Rating
 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: tremonti ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
CG12 DSG 56 degree

Summary:
I bought this club because it's very easy to pick the ball off of tight lies. I was between the Ping tour W and Vokey Spin Milled (I've always played vokeys). Quite honestly the performance is great but these clubs shred even the hardest cover balls. One full shot will destroy a soft cover ball such as a Pro V. Ping claims to not shred balls and they felt 95% as good. Wedge spin is something that I feel only players should worry about, as long as I get it close, I don't really care if it spins or not.

Similar Products Used:
Vokey Spin Milled, Ping Tour W



Review Date
October 7, 2008

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: smokehouse ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
CG12 DSG

Summary:
Pretty standard equipment IMHO. Not great, not bad, just good overall wedges. Best attribute is the groove setup which perform as advertised ( they cause a lot of shredding ). Worst attribute is that they feel a little light to me. I have a 52 bent one degree strong and a 56.



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