Cleveland 588 MT irons made for medium-high ball flight

Cleveland 588 MT iron
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The clubhead length is constant throughout the Cleveland 588 MT iron set, but the height of the face increases progressively in the higher-lofted clubs to make those clubs more useful in getting the ball up in the air.
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The new 588 MT Irons from Cleveland Golf get their name from their flight pattern – the MT stands for mid-trajectory.

Engineered to product a medium-height ball flight, the 588 MT iron set blends long irons made especially to be easy to hit with more traditional short irons. The clubhead length is constant throughout the set, but the height of the face increases progressively in the higher-lofted clubs to make those clubs more useful in getting the ball up in the air.

The MT irons feature Cleveland’s Full Hollow Construction in which each clubhead is essentially hollow but includes advanced internal weighting to promote forgiveness on off-center hits and help get the ball up in the air as easily as possible.

Every iron has a forged clubface to enhance ball speed, and a multi-material insert of polymer and aluminum behind the face dampens vibration at impact for more consistent feel.

Also, the 588 MT irons can be easily interchanged with the 588 Tour Trajectory (TT) irons and 588 Altitude irons to customize a set with the preferred combination of ball flight, feel and forgiveness.

The standard MT set includes a 4-iron through ''D'' wedge (a D wedge is a 50-degree wedge that works both a pitching wedge and sand wedge), though a 3-iron and standard sand wedge are also available.

 

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