Cleveland Golf's Biggest Grooves Ever!
Introducing ZIP Grooves™ from Cleveland® Golf—the latest envelope-stretching technology from the #1 wedge in golf. This breakthrough technology features consistent milling of each groove to maximum conforming dimensions. The absolute integrity of these grooves is maintained by the application of a proprietary coating to each groove for protection during the face sandblasting process. The resulting ZIP Grooves are pristine and shiny, Cleveland's biggest and most precisely milled ever. Bring on the zip. Bring on the spin. Bring on the game.
The technology of Zip Grooves creates a larger groove volume which channels more debris than traditional grooves to improve contact with the ball. This milling optimizes spin on each and every shot - making Zip Grooves perfect for players that expect optimal spin and distance control.
Grass interfers with ball to face contact Larger Groove Channels more debris
The RTG+ finish provides an initial rust-like appearance without having to wait for the rusting that will take place over time. This type of finish is inspired by tour players who prefer clubs with a softer feel and reduced glare at address.
The RTG+ finish will wear off after 3 to 5 rounds of play at the sole and face of club. The rate at which the finish will rust depends on the climate conditions that the club is exposed to.
Over time, the RTG+ finish will completely rust over. Each time the club is put in play, the rust will wear off again at impact locations; mainly the sole and face of the club.
CMM™ material composition is a metal so revolutionary that it has transformed the future of golf club design. CMM™ metal originated with Cleveland Golf's award winning CG10™ line of wedges and today is the metal of choice when it comes to Cleveland Golf's patent-pending irons.
Filled with microscopic carbon spheres, CMM™ metal is the first dual composition, light density metal to hit the golf market. This innovative new material feels noticeably softer, yet more solid than typical forged or cast carbon steels due to the microscopic interactions of millions of carbon spheres infused into each CG wedge and iron. These interactions enhance internal dampening in order to soften disruptive vibrations at impact.
NEW CMM™ METAL
100x Magnification. Microscopic carbon spheres suspended in steel reduce its density by 10% and dramatically increase vibration-damping properties.
TRADITIONAL CARBON STEEL
100x Magnification. Traditional 8620 and 1020 steels have significantly less carbon within their molecular structure.
Along with remarkable feel, Cleveland Golf's light density CMM™ material provides our golf club designers with the unprecedented ability to strategically distribute discretionary weight in a clubhead for optimal performance as well as enhanced forgiveness on off-center shots.
Vibration Absorbing System
The patented Vibration Absorbing System damps unwanted vibration with a unique viscoelastic compound. This is one of the features that has been setting Cleveland's Tour Action irons apart from the competition for over a decade. By absorbing the initial shock waves created by impact with the golf ball, golf clubs featuring the vibration absorbing system offer a consistently solid feel.
1 - Metal Constraining Layer
2 - Viscoelastic Material