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The Cleveland Launcher Hybrids sports a tour inspired design that helps to mask a large clubface that is 12 % bigger than any previous Cleveland model.

Horseshoe shaped weighting around the perimeter of the clubhead means the weight of the head is kept low to again produce a moment of inertia of over 3000 and a consistent ball flight from a variety of lies. The Launcher hybrids have been made available in five lofts from 15 and a half to 26 degrees there is a loft for everyone.

We found the Cleveland Launcher hybrid scored very high marks for forgiveness with the excellent ball flight surviving even the worst off centre hits. The performance off the fairway measured up well to the best of the clubs in the crowded hybrid market. We really liked the design of the clubhead with a much thinner chrome top line and a long well balanced face that not only gives you confidence, but also will appeal to players of all abilities.

The sounds and feel at impact were great with a lovely zing off the face and with a very competitive price in the market, we feel this is the pick of the new Cleveland Launcher range. All the Cleveland Launcher clubs come with Cleveland Eee Zee Grab headcovers as standard and these not only look great but are much easier to get on and off than many of the headcovers on the market today.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Cleveland Launcher Hybrid Hybrid

Cleveland Launcher Hybrid Hybrid - Product Details

UK Launch20 February 2009
USA Launch20 February 2009
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular
Manufacturer's WebsiteCleveland Website

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Media Reviews

Golf Monthly
June 2009
Gets balance of forgiveness and compact looks just right.
National Club Golfer
Let down by looks and a degree of offset.
National Club Golfer
May 2009
Feel and sound impressive..performance was consistent and reliable.
Golf Monthly
May 2009
Large and conventional looking..solid driver replacement for accuracy.

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