Haven’t measured the Clevelands to verify the horizontal cg location. The shape of their wedges does not appear to be a longer blade length design or have a shorter hosel. Most modern, classic wedge designs have longer hosels, to go with the naturally larger face profiles inherent in Wedges. This generally moves the cg higher and to the hosel side, which is not nearly as big a deal on Sand Wedges because of the high degree of loft. Very much a glancing blow on contact. The C-Dimension on the old MG Tech 56 degree wedge was 1.250″, the M+ Series silver 56 degree is 1.280 and the new FGT 56 degree is 1.374″ The FGT is more due to the slightly larger head profile and the way we deployed the weight. The most important aspect of forgiveness in a wedge design, in our opinion, has much more to do with the sole design than where the horizontal CG is. If I can get my hands on one of the Cleveland wedge heads, I will measure it. I am curious.