August 01, 2005

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA…The makers of the most famous wedges in golf are proud to introduce the CG11 wedge, the latest offering from their line of clubs made from the revolutionary CMM™ metal. CG11 wedges are comparable to the original CG10™ wedges in that they offer golfers of all handicaps an exceptional feeling wedge that is both versatile and dependable. They both also have similar spin and ball flight characteristics, but the new CG11 wedges also offer players extra stability and forgiveness.

"The design of the new CG11, combined with the benefits of CMM metal, makes it the most technologically advanced wedge that Cleveland Golf has ever made," said Greg Hopkins, President/CEO of Cleveland Golf. "No matter what level of player you are, these wedges will help you get up and down on a more consistent basis."

When put side by side with the CG10 wedge, the new CG11 wedges feature a slightly larger sole that is wider towards the heel and toe and narrows in the center. Weight is also redistributed to the perimeter of the clubhead creating a unique stability chamber. This helps golfers maintain their clubhead stability through impact, even on off-center hits. And just like the rest of the wedges in the CG line, the new CG11 wedges come with precision milled grooves to give players the best possible spin control. These new wedges are also offered with low, standard and high bounce options permitting players of all levels to customize their wedges to perfectly match their short games.

Available to ship October 3, 2005, the new CG11 wedges will carry a MSRP of $141 for a steel shaft version and $166 with graphite. High resolution images of the new wedges are available to download from in the media section.