Cleveland Launcher DST Hybrid
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Will pick balls easily from tight lies. A great alternative for those who find their 3 or 4 irons difficult. Soft feel when you make good connection with the ball.
The Cons:Higher handicappers may find other hybrids easier to hit.
Cleveland's mid-priced steel Launcher DST Hybrids have a dual rail sole design, which reduces turf drag and improves turf interaction. This is especially helpful when playing a rough lie.
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The Ultralite Diamana Red 74 Hybrid shaft promotes a high launch angle, which optimizes trajectory and angle of descent while increasing distance. The bevel of the DST has a leading edge that improves forgiveness by letting the club slide across the ground rather than digging into the ground. The Cleveland Launcher DST Hybrids made Golf Digest's 2010 Hot List.
- Dual rail sole design
- Sole center recess
- Ultralite Diamana Red 74 hybrid shaft or steel shaft
- Parabolic leading edge
- D2 swingweight
- Mid-flex shaft
- .600" shaft butt diameter
- .350" shaft tip diameter
- 74g shaft weight
- A-Flex, R-Flex, S-Flex shafts available
- Left-handed versions available
- i1 steel - 15.5 degree loft, 40.00"/41.00" club length (steel/graphite)
- i2 steel - 18 degree loft, 39.50"/40.50" club length (steel/graphite)
- i3 steel - 20.5 degree loft, 39.00"/40.00" club length (steel/graphite)
- i4 steel - 23 degree loft, 38.50"/39.50" club length (steel/graphite)
- i5 steel - 26 degree loft, 38.00"/39.00" club length (steel/graphite)
User Reviews (2)
Will pick balls easily from tight lies
A great alternative for those who find their 3 or 4 irons difficult
Soft feel when you make good connection with the ball
Gives you consistent accurate shots
Higher handicappers may find other hybrids easier to hit
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