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The Cleveland Golf CG15 Wedge

Where better to spend your wedge funds?

Posted Feb 09, 2010 by The Wish List

cleveland cg15 wedge

Do you have nightmares about having your door smashed down in the dead of night by flack jacket-wearing rules officials who drag you off to a golfing gulag, all because you used a lob wedge with outlawed grooves in the club medal three weekends ago? Same here.
Cleveland Golf started life in 1979, founder Roger Cleveland producing faithful replicas of classic clubs from the 1940s and 50s. It wasn't long before the company developed the reputation for producing arguably the finest wedges in the game. Recent amendments in The Rules of Golf have been tweaked to try and combat the top players from generating an uncanny amount of spin and control over their shots, whatever the lie. Those changes don't actually come into play for those of us further down the golfing gene pool until January 1st, 2024. Still, any excuse to pop down to the local pro shop for a look at the latest wedges on offer, right?
The CG15 range is a welcome look back in style to the classic Cleveland wedges of the past and a significant step forwards in technology. The grooves push the R&A and USGA rules to the limit, while the laser-milled face of the club is a perfectly-legal way of ensuring that the club maintains some bite on the ball, to maximise control and spin. They're available in three finishes - chrome, black pearl and our favourite - if only for the name - oil quench (pictured). What's more, £99 seems a very reasonable price for a world-class golf club.

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