Reviews and Problems with Cleveland Launcher 460 Driver
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Value for money 10
Shoots in the 90s
24 May 2011
Summary: Bought this driver new about a week ago, a real bargain. I have two rounds with it on different courses and am very pleased. Since I'm an old man I don't worry about distance a lot but this driver is as long as the others I have played.
Summary: The Fujikura Gold stiff shaft is by far the best shaft on the planet. When coupled with the Launcher head - it creates one awesome club. I've been looking for the 22 degree Launcher FW wood on the gold shaft (I have the 19 degree).
Summary: If you can't hit it straight with this club, you need lessons right away. I can consistently count on this club to put me in a good position from the tee. The lack of an alignment aid on the crown surprises me for a premium club. Also, this is not the longest driver.
Summary: love this driver i used to play a 400 cc club head w/ no face height at all skyed every ball i actually spray painted the club and made the club look extra worse so when i got the comp 4 christmas i hit my driver 30 yards longer way more face height and forgiveness love the sleek look
Summary: This came stock with the Aldila NV 65 stiff, tipped and splined, 10.5 degree. I've hit and owned WAY TOO MANY DRIVERS . . .Thank god I found this . . . !! I'd been hitting Cleveland TA7 irons and added the CG10 Black Pearl wedges . . . great stuff . . .
Summary: My uncle left his launcher at my house so I took it out for a round and I loved it. It was 10.5 degrees and every time I went to look for my ball it would be about 50 yards in front of where I was looking, great club.
Summary: These are very accurate but if you swing the driver over 100 MPH, I would recommend another club. These put a TON of backspin on the ball and it balloons up losing 10 to 15 yards at least. I never could get the ball down with this.