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It has been a few years since Cleveland released new woods and irons, but the company has an extensive history of creating popular products in both categories. With its new Launcher HB line of golf clubs, Cleveland is hoping to bring the recreational golfer a better combination of performance and simplicity with a focus on higher launch, straighter shots, and more forgiveness. In terms of the new ladies Launcher HB hybrids, they feature a bonded hosel design, which engineers opted to utilize for performance purposes. The weight saved as opposed to potentially using an adjustable hosel enables significant weight to be repositioned low and deep in the clubhead to increase launch conditions and enhance stability at impact. Also helping create a low, deep CG placement is the use of Cleveland’s highly successful HiBore crown, which also saves weight. Additionally, however, the crown compresses and decompresses during impact to help improve ball speed. Cleveland also has implemented Cup Face technology to improve ball speed from across the face, and Flex-Fin technology on the sole of the club aids in protecting ball speed on off-center hits. Cleveland ladies Launcher HB hybrids are available in lofts of 19, 22, and 25 degrees and come with the Miyazaki C Kua 40 graphite shaft, which offers players a high-launch, mid-spin profile.
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