Cleveland Launcher Steel (2006) Fairway

Model Year:  2007

RRP: £149.00


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Five stars

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Cleveland Launcher Steel (2006). The new and improved Launcher steel fairway woods feature a lower profile head which makes it easier to get the ball airborne. Thin Crown Technology was also incorporated, taking 15% more weight out of the top of the clubhead and moving it to areas of greater benefit. The Carpenter Custom 455 steel face plate is robotically welded to increase the size of the sweet spot and makes the face hotter and more forgiving on off-center hits. As a comparison against earlier Launcher Fairways, Launcher Comp Fairway: The Comp Fairway produces the highest launch angle and most boring flight of the 3 fairways. This results in unmatched carry distance and roll. The first generation (2005) Launcher Fairways launch high with great carry, but a higher spin rate makes its peak ball flight slightly higher than optimal. This new Launcher Steel version launches the ball higher than the first generation and produces less backspin than the original for a piercing ballflight that results in added carry. Cleveland say: "The Launcher Comp Fairway may be the longest fairway in golf, but the new Launcher '06 Steel Fairway is right on its heels."

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Launcher Steel (2006) Fairway


Cleveland Launcher Steel (2006)

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5 Wood



Five stars Super

klumsemand    31/08/2011

Perfect for me! Super service.

Four stars short rough recovery

bellafred    22/09/2007

I love this launcher!! I startet with a 15de. launcher steel from cleaveland that one helped me from 21 to 7 in less than a year perfect for me and i recommand it for anyone who needs a solid wood.... Many regards Thomas

Four stars Launcher Steel (17*) 4 WOOD

silverfox300572    02/02/2007

Quite a small head size, sits real nice behind the ball. The Launcher shaft (55g from memory) is Reg flex but feels like a firm. I'd say the better players will like the compact head and after a a night down the range it seems have a nice trajectory and seems pretty long too, will be interesting to see how it goes on the course.

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