Cleveland Golf are back with a new addition to their highly successful HiBORE series. The XLi irons boast greater distance, increased forgiveness and more consistency than their predecessors.
The XLi’s consistency comes from the fact that they are the only set of hybrid irons to be made with full hollow construction, making it easier to follow a three iron shot with a pitch on to the green.
The new additions to the HiBORE range utilise Distance Driven Geometry, which gives them a deep and low centre of gravity, for maximum distance and forgiveness.
Cleveland Golf, whose list of professionals includes Vijay Singh, Boo Weekly and David Howell, built their XLi’s to support a shallow attack angle with the long irons and a progressively steeper angle with the short irons.
This technology helps to create optimal launch conditions, as does the iron’s toe and heel relief zones, which increase golfer’s control from any lie. Customers can expect to pay £279 for 4-PW with steel shafts, and £339 for 4-PW in graphite shafts.
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