Cleveland has built an impressive reputation in the industry for making high-quality wedges in various options.
So have you ever wondered where Cleveland golf clubs are made?
In this post, we’ll dive into where Cleveland manufactures its golf clubs. You’ll also learn other interesting facts about each Cleveland‘s ownership, the price range for their golf clubs, and which pro golfers they have partnered with.
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Where Are Cleveland Golf Clubs Made?
Like Srixon, most Cleveland golf club components are sourced from Japan and then sent to the company’s headquarters in Huntington Beach, California, for final assembly.
Who Owns Cleveland?
Cleveland Golf was initially named Cleveland Classics by its founder, Roger Cleveland. Cleveland Golf is owned by SRI Sports, the same company that owns Srixon.
Pro Golfers That Use Cleveland Golf Clubs
Here is a short list of pro golfers who play with Cleveland clubs:
- Brooks Koepka: RTX ZipCore Tour Rack Wedges
- Hideki Matsuyama
- Keegan Bradley
- JB Holmes
- Russell Knox
- JJ Spaun
- Sepp Straka
- Shane Lowry: RTX ZipCore Wedges
- Ernie Els: RTX ZipCore Wedges
- Hannah Green: RTX ZipCore Wedges
- Inbee Park: RTX ZipCore Wedges
- Minjee Lee: RTX ZipCore Wedges
- Nasa Hataoka
Cleveland clubs range from $1,800 to $2,250 for a full set.