What we say...
Its new Launcher woods might be fine examples of harnessing the latest technology, but Cleveland has looked to the past for inspiration when it comes to its scoring clubs for 2009.
First up is the new Niblick, a unique short-iron hybrid designed specifically for four close-range shots: chips, pitches, approaches and recoveries.
With the sole of a hybrid (to prevent duffs), the loft of a 9-iron and a shaft the length of a putter, the Niblick is perfect for tricky shots from 50 yards in.
For more information on the Niblick, check out the December 2008 issue of Golf World.