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fake cleveland CG10 wedges

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#1 BenDog



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Posted 08 January 2008 - 04:47 AM

has any body had expiriance with fake CG10 wedges i have bought a set off ebay and i am curiouse about the authhenticity of the wedges. They were from a reputable seller with no negative fedback who has sold many sets of the wedges but don't seem quite right. they look like a normal wedge with all the right markings shaft band ect. but they are unusaly light and some funny shots are showing up. i thought the CG10's were regarded at the heftier end of the wight range thats why i am questioning it because mine are noticibly litter than my rac satins or my mates spin mills . the other things i seem to get some dead shots that fell good but come out realy soft ending up well short of a normal shot. if any one has any thoughts it would help. thanx.

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Posted 08 January 2008 - 06:43 AM

Could you upload any photos? From what your discribing, they definatly sound fake to me. And yes, it is possible for fake cg 10's to be made, like at saga24, or other sites where they sell fake clubs. But since they are extremely light... that makes me think they are fake.


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Posted Yesterday, 07:54 PM

I hate to revive an ancient thread but I came across this problem today doing a job for a friend. His wedges are Cleveland CG10 52, 56 and 60. The 56 and 60 were satin chrome finish and the 52 is a very faded black finish which he purchased separate after losing the original from the set. All 3 wedges had the same Cleveland Dynamic Gold shaft bands. After measuring club lengths and swingweights I was amazed to find very bizarre numbers. 52 - D6, 35 3/4” : 56 - D3.7, 34 7/8” : 60 - D2, 35”?????? The 52 made sense if it was ordered 1/4” long which would raise the swingweight a bit. The 56 and 60 made no sense. Then I took a closer look at the shafts and realized by the step patterns of the shafts that they were not Dynamic Golds even though they were marked as Dynamic Golds. I pulled the heads to find no tip weights (I’ve never pulled a Cleveland wedge without a tip weight) which explains the very light swingweights. Any clubmaker who has any info on this please reply. Are these fake?
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Posted Today, 03:37 PM

I have played the CG10 wedges and they are noticeably lighter when compared to older and newer versions of the 588.


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