|Cleveland Irons Tour Action TA7 Gunmetal Iron Set Graphite Uniflex 4-D...NEW|
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Knoxville, TN, USA
|Cleveland TA7 Tour Action 6 Iron Single Golf Club - Very Good Condition!!!|
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Athens, GA, USA
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|Not happy with the measly 80s on the scoreshoot? Get the Cleveland TA7 iron golf club set and improve your golf game. The new Cleveland 7 Iron, is an all-ability golf club set, with patented Micro-cavities technology. With this new technology, the golf iron has a lighter top line and a lowered centre of gravity. Also with the shape of the Cleveland 7 Iron, the game gets improved because of a wider hitting area. With VAS in place for the last decade, the Cleveland 7 Iron has the ability to absorb and ride out the initial impact created by contact with the golf ball. All in all, the Cleveland TA7 Iron is mechanics meets beauty that raises the game a notch higher.|
|Club Type||Iron set|
|Head Material||Stainless Steel|
Average review score based on 29 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I like to start my reviews this way. I you are writing about a seller, DON'T DO IT HERE! This is supposed to be a PRODUCT review. First of all, when one sells a product (e.g., golf club) sellers want you to know how good the PRODUCT is. If you want to say something about a seller, GO TO FEEDBACK. That's what it is for.
Now for the review (of the product). The Clevland TA7 irons are a fairly good bet for the high handicapper depending on the shaft and flex on the clubs. Many new golfers make the mistake of too stiffly flexed clubs. My recomendation is to use regular flex if you are new to golf and swing SLOW! SLOW! SLOW! After you learn how to swing, you should only then progress to the neext level. Most new golfers think they are going to be the next Tiger. You will never even come close if you don't first learn how to swing the club. As I previously stated, swing SLOW! Distance should come at a later point.
I started out with these clubs and learned the game. That is what many golfers should do. Start out with a set of clubs that are easy hitting and hire an instructor. After lowering my handicap to the single digits, I have changed to Wilson Staff Pi5 clubs with Royal Precision Rifle Flighted shafts 6.5 flex fitted to me, along with having the lie adjusted to my swing.
I have the Cleveland TA6's and I just barely got a used pair of TA7's and I notice a big difference in my performance. The stiff flex is great at giving me the extra distance as well as the beautifully sculpted club heads. If you are looking for a semi-pro like golf set the TA7's are the perfect fit.
Let me begin by saying I really like these clubs. I've now played 20 rounds with them so I think I've finally got the hang of them. I've been really able to increase my accuracy. My problem stems from everyone stating that they've gained distance with these clubs. Not true with me, in fact I've lost at least a half club with each and every iron. I played Pings, Taylor Made and most recently Adams for years and these sets of irons went approximately the same distance. Consequently I've had to re-examine my entire iron game and set make-up in order to compensate for this lack of distance. 5-10 yards per club certainly makes a difference so I just wanted to add this to all the reviews because it seems like everyone says these are long...they are not...but they are deadly accurate and I like them very much.
I decided to start to play golf again, I was limited to movement due to a feet problems. I have a set of Tommy Armour 855's regular flex, but I am sixty four and not playing for five years I found a used Set of Cleveland TA 7 Senior clubs. They were played alot, but were in fair shape. I found out that these clubs hit so well, but the shaft was just a little whippy but for 43.00 who can complain. So I bought a set of Taylor Made Burner 2.0 Senior Irons and a Driver. Played nine holes came home and sent them back. I hit one shot a little in the toe and the Gunmetal finish came off. And they were shorter and never had that feel if you hit them in the middle like the TA 7 have. A couple months I found a Set of TA 7 Gunmetal clubs from a place called 3 Balls Golf on Ebay. They are Uniflex steel shafts but they rated them 8 out 10, when I got them they looked almost brand new and for 123.00 I was super pleased. My only concern was the shaft when you read on uniflex steel shaft one munufacter says they are between shift and regular flex. others say regular to senior flex all I know I cant tell the difference they seem longer than the graphite shafted clubs and they fell so good. Recently I purchased a used putter and a Ceveland driver from the same company and I love the driver and when I hit it straight it goes. I would buy another set of these clubs and time they play great and feel great and they give you confidence.
The clubs are exceptionally easy to hit with a large sweet spot and plenty of forgiveness. They respond well to my set-up and make hitting irons fun again. I highly recommend these irons to all levels of golfers.