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Cleveland Launcher DST Hybrid


$150.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 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.

Features

  • 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

Club Specs

  • 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)

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Pros
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    Will pick balls easily from tight lies

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    A great alternative for those who find their 3 or 4 irons difficult

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    Soft feel when you make good connection with the ball

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    Gives you consistent accurate shots

Cons
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    Higher handicappers may find other hybrids easier to hit

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