Category Archives: Irons

Cleveland Introduces More New Golf Clubs

Cleveland CG Black Driver from sales meeting

Cleveland golf also announced that they would be going back to black with their driver and irons. The black CG driver and irons were unveiled during their sales meeting that also happened simultaneously on Twitter and Facebook. The CG Black driver is going light this year at a staggering 265 grams, easily the lightest driver on the market today. The driver design features include a teardrop shaped head to help increase distance gains off the tee. For this club they partnered with Miyazaki shafts to create a limited C Kua shaft.

The CG black irons were designed with Cleveland engineers Deep Undercut technology, which positions the center of gravity lower and deeper in the clubhead to optimize launch angle, spin and playability. Also flaunting a Miyazaki ultralite shaft the C. Kua 59 graphite shafts will be available on the irons.

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TaylorMade Doesn’t Disappoint With New R11 Irons

TaylorMade finally finished their popular R11 series when they announced that their  R11 irons will hit golf retail stores this September. The R11 irons were engineered for players who appreciate the shape and refinement of a tour-grade iron but needs the help of advanced technology to launch the ball high, straight and long with less effort regardless of handicap.

Obviously the first thing you might notice about the R11 irons is their precision-weighting port which is bright red. The port has allowed TaylorMade to guarantee precision and center-face CG for optimal consistency and performance from one club to the next. The other thing you notice is it’s classical styling, definitely shows the traditional iron but you can tell it has been upgraded with new technology.

What might get overlooked is the groove design that TaylorMade engineers slaved over. With the USGA’s decision to roll back groove effectiveness in 2008 TM knew they had to adhere to the new stipulations to reduce the sharpness of the groove edges and volume to help reduce spin. Luckily for TaylorMade their engineers found a design that was better than the old grooves on the fairway. They went with a milled grooves, like their forged irons, that give the irons more precision and easily replicated.

Here is a great video of TaylorMade’s CEO introducing the new set of irons

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Adams Golf Releases Redline Iron Sets

Adams Golf just released their latest hybrid-iron set. The Redline series is on a mission to give golfers a game improving set. Specifically they were made with the intention to hit the ball longer. The 8 club set comes with Adams world-class hybrids that can replace either the 3,4, or 5 irons. Adams Golf gives players the option of their set configuration to help best fit their individual game. Oversized heads on the hybrids help golfers swing faster and better ball speed. Longer shafts combine with a thin steel face and new tri-level sole design help reduce turf drag. Overall easy play from the tee, fairway or rough and the weight placed low and back improves forgiveness.

If you are looking to customize your iron set and add distance to your game go to to buy these Adams Redline Irons in steel or graphite

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Nike Method Putting Success

The only thing more talked about than Lucas Glover’s beard was his remarkable putting. Glover was ranked first in putter per greens in regulation and third in putter per round during the week. Currently, Glover leads the PGA Tour in strokes gained in putting. Golfers Equipment of course wanted to know what he was gaming to make all these stats. Thanks to his Nike Method 003 putter which helped him out a bit on those greens. He was also using the Nike VR Pro Combo blades for his short game as well.

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Rolling Out The New Product Lines

Some new golf equipment we need to talk about is the Callaway RAZR line and the new TaylorMade’s 2011 irons. The entirety of the RAZR line is now up and out for sale from Callaway and their dealers. The line includes RAZR Hawk Tour Drivers, as well as RAZR Hawk Fairway Woods. They officially came out this last Friday right before President’s day weekend. Taking a good look into these clubs we can see that Callaway has once again used their new Forged Composite material but this time incorporated it into almost entirely into the clubhead.

As for TaylorMade’s new beauties are due out March 2011. The TPMB is the Tour Preferred Muscleback, perfect for more skilled players who are looking for a traditional set of forged irons. TPMC stands for Tour Preferred Muscle Cavity, if you want more forgiveness and a shallower cavity. The Tour Preferred Cavityback or TPCB is the most forged feeling of all these irons. They still wanted to incorporate a deep undercut cavity for forgiveness and uses their inverted cone technology.


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