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Cleveland cg16 tour irons

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Right now i am demoing the 7 iron to the Cleveland cg16 tour set, and i have to say i really like it. if anyone has the whole set or also has demoed it please let me know what you thought of it.

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I just went through the process of buying irons . I really wanted the Clevelands but didnt like the feel and had poor swing results . I also tried ap2`s mp 53`s . my last choice going into this were Ping s-56`s because my golf partner has them . but after all the testing was done side by side the Ping`s won . ymmv Mark

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I tried them briefly at the driving range.  They felt very harsh to me with the DG R300 I hit them with.

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I got to hit a couple of the irons at a Golf Expo last January.

Although I'm not the best ballstriker in the world, I hit them pretty well. The CG16 Tours and the Callaway X20 Tours (which I had bought on CalPreO) both flew pretty well.

16 Tours more user-friendly than Ping i10 and i15, and the Titleist AP2 variants. Also, 16 Tours have slightly higher lofts than some comparable clubs, so you get the ball up a bit better, and you  won't need five wedges to cover distance gaps at the short end.

If you have a single-digit HDCP and like them, give CG16 Tours a shot - just make sure you get the shaft that's right for you.

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