Keegan Bradley is playing the Cleveland 588 TC irons this week. (Photo: Cleveland Golf)
By Jonathan Wall, PGATOUR.COM Equipment Insider
When it comes to the irons in his bag, Keegan Bradley is a creature of habit. Since the 2010 season, Bradley's used the same set of Cleveland CG7 irons — he had them in the bag for his two PGA TOUR wins and 2011 PGA Championship triumph — passing on the opportunity to use a new model because of the confidence and comfort level he had with the clubs.
Bradley made a slight change early in the season when pulled his CG7 long irons and added a Cleveland 588 MT 4-iron, but for the most part, the iron setup remained intact until this week at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance when he showed up with a new set of Cleveland prototype irons called the 588 TC.
Not a lot is known about Cleveland's 588 TC (Tour Custom), except that it has a compact head, little offset, a weight in the back and bears a striking resemblance to Cleveland's current 588 TT (Tour Trajectory).
David Toms, who had been using Cleveland's CG7 TC, and Cameron Percy are currently playing the 588 TC (4-9) prototypes.
Cleveland Golf's Twitter account confirmed more information on the irons would be available later in the year.