Sep 21st, 2019
I can see your Halo, Halo, Halo
Cleveland's Launcher Halo gets you out of trouble!
As part of the Launcher range, Cleveland are now bringing us the Halo, a versatile scoring club designed for any situation. Featuring new Gliderail Technology, the Launcher Halo is optimised for better turf interaction from the toughest of lies. And given some of the golf we have been playing lately this club could be getting a lot of use.
“We all hit it in the rough and find ourselves in difficult positions out on the course,” said Brian Schielke, Marketing Director at Cleveland Golf. “And it’s those tough places that add big numbers to our scorecards. The new Launcher Halo helps us not only get out of those tough spots but helps us excel from them and get into scoring position. It’s so much more than a typical hybrid.”
While the Gliderails provide optimal speed retention, the enhanced HiBore Crown pushes the centre of gravity low and deep for a low spin, high launch ball flight. Halo Weighting shifts more weight to the perimeter for increased MOI (Moment of Inertia) and better overall forgiveness (in other words its more forgiving for the mere mortals amongst us).
A new variable face insert, utilising HT1770M steel, allows the Launcher Halo to provide improved ball speeds for more distance, even on off-centre strikes.
Key Innovations Inside the Launcher Halo:
Gliderails – Featuring a set of three rails, the leading edge and sole geometries are optimized for improved turf interaction and speed retention.
HiBore Crown – The redesigned HiBore Crown enables a lower CG position, promoting that ideal low spin, high launch ball flight.
High Strength Steel Face – Constructed using high strength steel, the variable face insert provides higher COR over a larger impact area leading to increased ball speeds and distance.
Available in both men’s and women’s offerings with both right and left hand options. The Launcher Halo is priced at £179 and offered in 2 (16°), 3 (19°) and 4 (22°) models.
Available in stores from 18th October 2019.
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