Cleveland CG7 tour Irons

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The new CG7 Tour irons both provide the technical support every golfer is looking for in their irons: Feel, Distance and Forgiveness. Feel comes in the form of 360° Gelback Technology; a one piece injection molded lightweight insert providing vibration dampening across the entire face. Superior Distance is the result of Dynamic Microcavity Technology; progressively sized microcavities for optimized CG location in each head. Heel / Toe Muscle Weighting provides Forgiveness with 6% greater MOI than traditional irons for maximum performance on off center hits. Feel, Distance and Forgiveness… It’s all the support you need. Bring on the tech support. Bring on the Game

User Reviews (5)

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shagmut   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 04, 2012]
Model Reviewed: cleveland cg7 tour

have improved my iron play since i've got these irons,have DGS300's and the feel is well balanced with them.clubhead visually at set up is perfect.tech stuff in the back, no problem.try these irons out,you may just be surprised how good you will do with them.

Similar Products Used: taylor made r7,titleist 755
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JOHN   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 05, 2010]
Model Reviewed: CG7 Standard(yellow/black)

I am a senior golfer and work at the local golf club, so I get a chance to try all the new gear that comes in. I have to say that I like the CG7s even more than my TM Burners and Ping G5s. They are super easy to hit and look sharp. Not as much offset as the Pings and better balance than the Burners. All three are excellent but you will have to be very picky to find a better set of clubs than the Cleveland. The Black Pearls are nice but IMO not worth the extra cash as they are essentially the same club. The price is coming down on these clubs so grab a set and have some fun!

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Not have had to use.

Similar Products Used: Everything I can get my hands on.
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bcaarms   Shoots in the 80s [Feb 22, 2010]
Model Reviewed: CG7 BP Tour

Clubs came right at the beginning of two weeks of February cold, snow, and rain. Finally got out to play and was impressed with the irons. Have only played once in last 2 months so I got to experience the feel of offhit shots. Immediate feeback compared to Launcher irons. By end of 9 holes confidence in hitting had returned and enjoyed the ability to know when a shot was hit well or just a bit off center. Great feel and feedback. The zip groves do not mar ball on mid to long irons. The groves are not as aggressive as those on last years wedges. Nice looking compared to regular CG7 Tour. Very confident that there is no better iron I could be playing. If I do my part, they perform as they should. If I do not they give feedback. Love these irons.

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Cleveland golf is great to deal with.

Similar Products Used: Wilson Staff Tour Blade
(After 15 Year break) Cleveland Launcher Irons
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jjloans   Shoots in the 70s [Jan 16, 2010]
Model Reviewed: CG7 Standard (Yellow back)

Cobbled together a mixed set of CG7 irons, 7-GW in R flex graphite and 4-6 with Project X 5.5 steel. Total was around $225 from Ebay.

GREAT irons. I love the heavier swing feel in both the graphite and the steel... the R flex graphite is not too whippy in the short irons, more like a firm. The PX steel affords more control for a harder swing.

I have not been thrilled with anything from Cleveland since the 460 Comp driver... but these irons are great. Very forgiving, easy to hit, accurate, and nice spin. I could not afford the Black Pearl, but I bet they are nice. Don't really need the extra spin, though. Not too much offset, with a mid-size head... nice. Great feel, trajectory is a bit high, but no biggie. Distance is fine. Not super workable with the fade, they draw just fine.

Balance is excellent.

Not very expensive on Ebay, and I like them much better than anything from Ping or Callaway, and better than my preceding set, the TM 2009 Burners.

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NA

Similar Products Used: If looking for a great iron, fun to hit, forgiving and plenty long... and at a great price, worth a look.
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redcamaro72   Shoots in the 80s [Sep 02, 2009]
Model Reviewed: cleveland cg7 tour irons

I've been looking for some new irons for awhile and my driving range had the cleveland cg7 tour irons to demo. I compared the cleveland to my mizuno mp 60's. Now I have found my new set of irons in the cg7 tours with s300 shafts. they are soft but not as soft of the mizuno's and I have gained some distance(5 to 7 yards) per club. They setup nice which gives me confidence at address. I'm hitting the longer irons with ease which I couldn't do with the mp 60's. Also cleveland will give you a new set of irons next year for free, I'm not sure how that will work out. So give them a try and you be the judge.

Customer Service

Haven't the need to use.

Similar Products Used: mizuno mp60's
taylor made tour burner
titleist 690 MB
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