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Cleveland add CB version to iron with 20% higher COR.
Lower and more forward CG adds carry and distance.
Cleveland 2015 drivers are tailored for slower swings
588 wedge has 3 new grinds & 2.0 Rotex face for more spin.
A look in the bags of Els, Stenson, Bjorn, Goosen & others.
Why Cleveland's 588 fairway woods and hybrids are their longest ever.
Cleveland's 2nd generation adjustable driver offers 12 different settings
The Tour-proven design is now available in a sleek Black Pearl finish.
The sole designs of both wedges are the largest Cleveland have ever produced.
Want to hit longer, further and straighter? You may want to consider this driver.
Improved Rotex face in 2.0 version of 588 Blade & CB wedge.
A very adjustable, very forgiving driver from Cleveland.
Great long iron replacement hybrid for mid-handicappers.
Forgiving and feel were good, but where is the innovation and adjustability?
Is it Smart to be Square on the greens with Cleveland's new alignment system?
For a long time now Cleveland's hybrid's have been sneaky good.
The Cleveland Classic XL fairway extends the Classic brand into fairways.
The first thing you notice on the Classic XL driver is the very deep face.
If you think the Cleveland 588 RTX CB wedges look similar to the previous...
When Cleveland called this irons the Altitude they weren't kidding. However...
In 1979 Roger Cleveland began a small business selling bespoke replicas of the classic golf clubs of the 1940's and 1950's. Today his eponymous company has developed into one of the largest brands in golf and the world's leading manufacturer of wedges.
Indeed, it took just 16 years for Cleveland golf clubs to leave their mark on the majors. Corey Pavin's two stroke victory over Greg Norman at the 1995 US Open at Shinnecock Hills was achieved with the VAS range of Cleveland woods and Cleveland irons.
At this point, however, things at Cleveland threatened to stall. The tenacious Pavin may have increased brand awareness but the golfing public disliked the look and feel of the radical VAS design. A corporate rethink followed and in 1997 Cleveland began the fight back.
Since then sales have been multiplied five times over with Cleveland also enjoying success on the Professional Tours, most notably with multiple major champion Vijay Singh. Today Cleveland wedges continue to be ranked as number one in the world, Cleveland irons remain hugely popular and regularly figure highly in the weekly Tour counts and Cleveland drivers and fairway woods offer distance, accuracy and reliability.
For Cleveland, success has never been an excuse to rest on its laurels and the company has continued to strive to be at the forefront of technological advances in world golf. This was perfectly illustrated when Cleveland drivers and Cleveland fairway woods became the first golf clubs to use CMM, a revolutionary light density metal.
The announcement that Cleveland had been acquired by the parent company of Srixon Golf, Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd, in 2008 suggests that this dynamic and forward thinking manufacturer of golf equipment is certain to be moving the game forward for many years to come.