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You no longer hear the high-pitched ringing of titanium on golf ball — the carbon crown dampens this to a dull, less inspiring thud. Companies then shifted their focus to the crown and body of the club.
The hit some towering, long drives for clevelanv back when it was around. Companies could add weight to the back of the club and increase launch angle.
Not the Launcher Comp, but the standard version. Write your review You must enter a review of between and characters.
The was a great driver.
It’s long and fairly forgiving on miss-hits. Think of a driver head as a combination of 3 pieces… the face, the crown and the rest of the body. I use a It is extremely forgiving and very cosmetically appealing. I ditched it quick.
Of course since then there have been plenty of straight hitting, lightweight cc drivers clevelanf there.
Your email vomp You must enter a valid email address. A little more ball speed, great combination of high trajectory but still plenty of roll. Several functions may not work.
Travel Bags Shoe Bags. This is the first Big Headed driver I have used and it has really been impressive. Comp this, comp that… when will it end?
I’m hitting it longer and straigher. Please enter an answer in digits: Sometimes despite researching all the product reviews and the advertising claims, we can attribute some things to dumb luck.
Couple years ago I saw one similarly priced to the o. Why not make the crown out of a lightweight composite and use the weight that you save from the crown and redistribute it to other areas of the head?
With its cc size, its almost launcer to not hit it good because of its forgiveness. clevveland
The real difference we all noticed with the Cleveland Launcher Comp driver was the sound. I was initially concerned with the head size but got used to it after couple rounds. Posted 15 October – I have used the Cleveland 9. Lauhcher what I can tell, so far the ProForce V2 shaft was on the left side of the fairway and the same club head on a Speeder shaft both stiff usually found the right side of the fairway. The shaft in the 9. I am quite content to settle for a – yard drive piped down the fairway, which is what this does with regularity.