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Cleveland Golf introduces new irons for 2010

12.16am 3rd March 2010 - New Products - This story was updated on Sunday, April 11th, 2010

Cleveland® Golf is pleased to introduce their latest irons, the new HB3™ hybrid irons and the latest CG1® Tour player’s irons.

HB3™ Hybrid Irons

The new HB3™ Irons, Cleveland® Golf’s third generation of HiBORE™ Irons, are lighter, faster and longer that any of Cleveland® Golf’s previous hybrid iron sets.

With advanced internal weighting and a more forgiving sole design, this seamless transition full hybrid iron set inspires confidence at address while providing supreme launch conditions for players of all skill levels.

The HB3™ Irons come equipped with Cleveland® Golf’s latest Action Ultralite™ graphite shafts, which are 15 grams lighter and have a lower kick point than those of their predecessor. These new Action Ultralite™ graphite shafts will allow players to get faster clubhead speeds and higher launch angles from the longest hybrid set ever engineered by Cleveland® Golf.

The HB3™ Irons will begin shipping to retailers on 1 April and will carry a MAP price of £499 (steel) and £599 (graphite).

CG1® Tour Irons

The CG1® Tour irons are designed for consistent ball striking, distance control and a new level of forgiveness never seen before in a blade. The split cavity-back long irons and muscle-back mid/short irons maintain a traditional look while providing extra forgiveness and the workability and feel of a blade.

In addition to their envelope-stretching milled TOUR ZIP GROOVES™, the CG1® Tour features a breakthrough surface roughness technology known as LASER MILLED™.

Using the precision accuracy of a laser, each face features four perfectly calibrated texture lines milled between each groove exactly to the conforming roughness limit.  Laser Milled™ face technology optimizes ball-to-face friction and maximizes spin within the Rules of Golf.

The CG1® Tour irons will begin shipping on 1 May and will carry a MAP price of £549.

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