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dealings with Golfbidder excellent ,club excellent,if only my golf swing was as good.
I have always struggled with fairway woods of the floor and funnily enough off the tee. I wanted a club with a decent sized head that would give me confidence off the tee on long par threes or short par fours where a driver is not needed (I hit my driver about 220yards on average). I had a Cleveland 22 degree rescue which I really like so thought I would give the Cleveland Launcher DST 3 wood a go. I absolutely love this club, its so easy to hit of the floor and when I have hit off the tee it goes straigher than my driver with not much difference in distance. It has a great feel, great sound and looks good too. I had three years off golf due to an injury and have been playing again for around 12 months, this club has given me so much confidence and enjoyment I am optimistic of getting down to my old handicap of 14. I think this is a great club for golfers of all handicaps but it will certainly help the mid to high handicapper's, to sum up as the character in the Fast Show used to say "ITS BRILLIANT"!
The DST Launcher woods 2010 are great clubs for a handicap player such as me. I am delighted with mine. However, Cleveland has been taken over by Srixon, and Mr Cleveland is no longer involved in their development. These clubs might be the last of the great Cleveland brand that he probably had a part in developing before the take-over. Srixon did not do well with their own clubs which I suppose was why they bought Cleveland. Fortunately, my new DSTs should last for several years.
An excellent club that works as well off the grass as off the peg. I dont understand why Cleveland isnt used by more, some dont know what they are missing.
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