Cleveland Launcher driver review

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Cleveland Launcher driver review. Golf Monthly review of Cleveland Launcher driver

Golf Monthly Verdict

This was a big hit in the Golf Monthly office, initially because of a great-looking head, which turned out to be an extremely impressive performer. The impact noise and the feeling off the face is just right. Shots consistently flew long and it was easy to find the sweetspot on a regular basis. The only slight criticism was the unnecessarily large alignment aid, but after a couple of hits this is quickly forgotten. Where next? More On Test: - Cleveland Launcher fairway wood review - Cleveland Niblick review - Cleveland Halo Utility review Galleries: - Gallery: Cleveland HiBore

Cleveland Launcher fairway woods review 

The new Launcher driver combines a traditional shaped head with the latest in modern technology. The face is 21% larger than the original Launcher and the Launcher Comp. The crown is made as thin as possible (0.5mm), which allows for the majority of weight to be placed low and deep in the head. A horseshoe shaped weight pad is positioned on the rear of the sole and when combined with the lightweight crown it produces a high launch and keeps the head extremely stable at impact.

Paul joined Golf Monthly in 2006 in a junior role and has since worked as senior staff writer and now as technical editor. He writes equipment and instruction content and tests the vast majority of golf clubs that are introduced every year.