The Cleveland CG14 wedge which is aimed golfers of all abilities and is rated by Tour players as Cleveland’s best performing wedge from bunkers, the CG14 is also one of the most forgiving wedges that Cleveland have produced.
The CG14 is certainly a very impressive wedge and we found it offers slightly better feel than the CG12 and CG12 DSG thanks to the gel back insert.
This made shots easier to judge and control and the CG14 was a pleasure to play with.
The very slight offset on the hosel gives it a slightly more penetrating flight than the CG12 and on Tour the CG14 is the most popular 56 degree wedge among Cleveland’s pros.
The CG14 is available in 13 different specifications and comes in a chrome or black pearl finish as well as a Boo Weekley inspired Camo version.
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Awesome. I've had the Cleveland CG-14 wedges in the bag now for a couple of months and these things still spin the ball like they were brand new. Great feel through impact and they are as soft as your favourite pillow. The best by far in the wedge market today
This could quite possibly be the best wedge Cleveland Golf has brought out since the 588 series, 19 years ago. Same shape, but with technolgy that is ahead of the competition by light years. The traction shaft makes the shorter shots around the green feel WAY softer, with the same penetrating flight with the full shots. They did their homework on this one, and the masses that find this club are going to be extremely happy with their purchase.
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“Latest outstanding Cleveland wedge..offers greater degree of forgivness.” – February 2010
“Generous hitting area but still weapon of precision.” – September 2009
“You can feel the technology at work..decent spin.” – May 2009
“Favourite Cleveland..impressive feel and control..disliked yellow insert.” – May 2009
“Striking looks..beautiful soft feel..fantastic wedge for all golfers.”
“Quite a weighty club..smooth to swing with.” – December 2007