Martin Hopley

The Cleveland TT irons are a quality set of better player cavity back irons. As the TT name suggests, they do have a Tour Trajectory that have a good penetrating flight.

The top line is a little thicker than most and whilst the sole is wide, the cambered trailing edge means that it plays a lot 'thinner' than it looks, if you get our drift. There is also a subtle progressive offset as you go up the set, which helps the forgiveness.

The main forgiveness feature is the deep undercut cavity that improves ball speed on off-centre hits. The feel from the forged face insert was very good, although not quite as soft or solid sounding as a 100% forged iron. However when you got one out of the middle you could really hear and feel the power generated by the club head, which put a smile on your face.

The Cleveland TT irons come with an Traction 85 gram steel shaft that is light and very easy to get up and away and this was one of the best features of the club as it will also help you generate that extra club head speed.

Overall the TT irons are another very good quality set of irons from Cleveland that are going to be competitively priced and offer a nice balance of performance and forgiveness.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
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Cleveland 588 TT Irons - Product Details

UK Launch16 November 2012
USA Launch16 November 2012
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Shaft FlexLight, Regular, Stiff
Set Makeup4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, GW
Additional Clubs3, SW
Manufacturer's WebsiteCleveland Website

User Reviews

October 2018

The stock shaft on these is way too light if you have any sort of clubhead speed at all. Ball balloons like crazy. I picked up a combo set of these in the 7-GW and the MT in the 4-6 for a good deal on eBay a while back. Only lasted a few months in the bag before I went to something with a lower flight. Ball does go for miles when you pure it though.

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