Cleveland Launcher Hybrid
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Traditional look and feel with maximum forgiveness. Low and deep center of gravity gets the ball up in the air quickly. Will help golfers that suffer from a slice.
The Cons:Other hybrids on the market will provide more forgiveness.
The Launcher Hybrid is a versatile golf club from Cleveland, capable of being used from the tee to the fairway, and on rough as well. This club was designed with compensation in mind for golfers who tend to miss-hit and require a more forgiving club.
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This forgiveness is achieved through its large face, which is 12% larger than any previous hybrid from Cleveland. The clubface prevents slices and makes it easier for golfers to launch high, straight shots. Weighting on the club is positioned low and deep with an integrated horseshoe. This low center of gravity allows for a high MOI (moment of inertia) at 3000, allowing for relatively consistent ballflight. Golfers looking for a moderately priced, versatile club that can be used on more than one section of the course are likely to find the Launcher Hybrid to be a suitable choice.
- 12% larger face
- low and deep weighting via integrated horseshoe
- right and left-handed models
- lofts: 15.5°, 18°, 20.5°, 23°, 26°
- shafts: Fujikura Flightspeed Fit-On Gold, Fujikura Flightspeed Fit-On Red, steel
User Reviews (2)
Traditional look and feel with maximum forgiveness
Low and deep center of gravity gets the ball up in the air quickly
Will help golfers that suffer from a slice
Will produce mid-trajectory ball flight that golfers are looking for
Works well at getting the ball out of fairway bunkers and thick rough
Other hybrids on the market will provide more forgiveness
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