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lameshooter

Eagle is my middle name.
Apr 13, 2005
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i'm lookin to invest in a set of irons this offseason, i'm a cleveland buff and like em all, but i'm lookin specifically at the CG4 irons, i like the look and read some overviews on then and seems good, but i was just wonderin if you guys have hit em or what you think of em? any feedback on other cleveland irons, or same price range 500-800$... thanks guys
 

Don

Well-Known Member
Aug 23, 2005
203
1
As always, I have to recommend you find a few sets of clubs in the price range you are looking at, and DEMO them and go with what works best for you. It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks of a set of irons, only what you find works for you. You mentioned Cleveland irons, so you might want to Demo the TA7's when you are in the testing process of deciding on your new purchase. I've heard and read good reviews on them the past few years. Worth a DEMO at least. Good luck with your purchase.
 

VtDivot

SLIGHTERED
Supporting Member
Apr 16, 2005
7,154
32
I played the TA7's for 2 years, and thought they were great until I started hitting forged.

If you're a low capper, then you might look at the TA3's or TA2's.. they can be had (TA2's new) on ebay for cheap.

If you're a high capper, and want the TA7's as an FYI I sold my TA7's for $275 and they were noticably used.

I don't have any experience with any of the new iron series as I can't get over the ugliness of them. (Except the new CG1's which are really nice)
 

obagain

Used club guru
Mar 29, 2005
998
1
If you need the clubs fit make sure it is done at cleveland. The new process they use makes it hard to bend them without breaking.
 

Silver

I don't have a handicap.
Dec 5, 2004
1,863
1
obagain said:
If you need the clubs fit make sure it is done at cleveland. The new process they use makes it hard to bend them without breaking.

This is the main reason I'm turfing my 54* CG10 wedge.
 

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