Cleveland Golf CG15 Satin Chrome Wedges
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The Cleveland Golf CG15 Satin Chrome Wedges offers an improved laser milled face which gives you more precise and consistent surface roughness which maximizes spin. The new milling technology creates 25% bigger grooves which produce exceptional spin as well. The wider sole width near the heel and the narrow sole width near the toe allow for maximum forgiveness and confidence in a traditional-looking wedge. The sole also improves bunker performance without having to sacrifice versatility. The CG15 wedges allow for golfers of all playing abilities to be able to control spin and distance with a conventional-looking wedge.
- CG15 Laser Miled(TM) Face which provides optimal surface roughness to maximize spin
- CG15 S Sole improves bunker performance without sacrificing versatility
- CG15 Zip Grooves eases "ZIP" and shot consistency - especially from poor lies.
- Wedges conform under the new rules set forth by the USGA
- Satin Chrome Finish on Wedges
User Ratings & Reviews
Golfballs.com Staff Review: from Dustin
Cleveland has yet again manufactured a great wedge with the CG15. Although they were forced to change the grooves, the laser milled face helped to maintain the amount of controlled spin. Overall, it is a great feeling wedge and continues the amazing success that Cleveland has aquired with its wedges.
Handicap 0 - 5
I recently purchased the CG15 crome wedge and my friend purchased the black pearl wedge. After 1 range session which consisted of hitting less that 10 balls and chipping roughly 10, the faces showed significent signs of use. I don't know if it is because the face is so soft, but there were noticible and fairly deep scratches in the face. On my friends black pearl wedge the black paint had completely worn off in some spots to show the light colored metal underneath. I thought the wedges performed well, b
Joe (Brownstown, MI)
Handicap 6 - 10
Frequently asked questions about
I am looking to purchase a new sand wedge -- could you explain what the degree of bounce refers to?
03/14/2010 8:38 PM
Hi, thanks for the question. Bounce refers to the angle of the sole of the club to the ground. High bounce wedges would be better for thick rough or fluffy sand. Lower bounce would be best for fairway shots and tight lies. -Parker
Golfballs.com Employee: Parker
03/15/2010 1:09 PM
I am trying to put three wedges in my bag. I am leaning towards a 52 degree, 56 degree, and a 60 degree lob wedge.
03/10/2010 11:51 AM
The question you need answered is how your irons are lofted in order to fill the proper gaps in your wedge game. Typically you will want a 4 to 5 degree gap between irons and that includes wedges. If your iron set is strong lofted - say your PW is 45 degree - you may need a 50, 54, 58 wedge set.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
03/10/2010 3:10 PM
If you were to go to a three wedge system, what loft's /bounce would you buy. Thanks, Craig
04/19/2009 3:12 PM
Craig, the lofts needed to fill your gaps will differ according to the loft of your irons. A stronger set of irons will need stronger wedges. For example: if your PW is 45 degree you will want your gap wedge near 50 degree with a sand at 54 and the lob at 58. You will always want your gap and lob wedges to have lower bounce while your sand wedge has higher bounce. The lower bounce is better for "harder" surfaces ie compact sand while the higher bounce is great for "softer" lies ie fluffy white s
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
04/25/2009 11:39 AM
a 48 degree pitching wedge and a high bounce sandy are all you need, become a feel player
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05/02/2011 2:42 AM
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