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Cleveland Launcher XL Halo in New Condition - Project X Cypher 55 Graphite Graphite ShaftCleveland Launcher XL Halo Fairway Wood

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Features & Specs

New Condition Men's Cleveland Launcher XL Halo

Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Project X Cypher 55 Graphite Shaft


Launcher XL Halo Fairway Woods are built with Gliderail technology to improve turf interaction and keep you from duffing your wood shots. An oversized head, low CG and Rebound Frame help you hit the ball easier off the deck with more launch. The XL Head Design is the biggest head in a Cleveland fairway yet, creating maximum distance with forgiveness in a high launch package. Twin rails run along the sole of the club to straighten the face through impact for ideal contact. The Rebound Frame increases ball speed and distance through alternating zones of flexibility and rigidity on the face.


  • XL Head Design - This huge head adds tons of forgiveness in a high launch, low-and-deep weighted head.
  • Gliderail - Don't sweat those rough lies any longer. Twin rails on the sole of the club keep the face straight through impact, with better turf interaction.
  • Action Mass CB - 8g brass and rubber weight in the end of the grip enhances balance and control.
  • Hibore Crown Step - Stepped crown lowers the center of gravity for high-launching shots.


7 Wood laughs at hybrids and long irons

Review by Richard Dean Johnson, 2 months ago.

“None of that shallow face stuff which made hitting the Ping 410 3 Wood and 5 Wood difficult to me. OK, being a 25 handicap probably didn’t help either. Anyway, I recently traded in both those Used Ping clubs at my local golf superstore for store credit and purchased the Cleveland Launcher XL Halo 3 Wood and 7 Wood. The 3 Wood as a fail safe for my driver off the tee and the 7 Wood for a 175-200 club off the deck so I don’t have to lean heavily on my Srixon U85 4-6 irons. It’s a crowded golf bag as as I experiment, but this 7 Wood is just what I needed to improve those Strokes Gained stats on Approach. It doesn’t stop at 200 yards when solid contact is made from fairway or rough, but you can also dial the power back a bit on longer par 3s off the tee. 21 degrees of loft with regular flex shaft. Easy to swing and just enough “forgiveness” to go straighter and farther than expected. It’s a club that can at times outdistance my driver when hitting it off the turf. Not really what we want, but a pretty darn good rescue club without it being a hybrid or a tricky iron in the 3-4 range. I’ve tried a couple different 4-hybrids at 22 degrees, but this club is way more useful and productive. The 3 Wood is no slouch either, but at 15 degrees it can be chunked in the fairway when getting a little anxious. Probably could slip their 18 degree 5 Wood into the equation, although the 7 Wood performs so well it could be considered overkill on long clubs. If you struggle to hit fairway woods, this 7 is a good place to start to turn your luck around. Also trying out Cleveland’s new adjustable driver set to 12 degrees. A work in progress, but what driver isn’t when you struggle to make solid contact. Cleveland tends to be less expensive than other brands and takes pride in helping the mid-high handicap golfer. A local company in Huntington Beach so I’ve kind of morphed into a Cleveland/Srixon customer as the CBX2 wedges are quite good and Srixon 585 7-PW irons are fantastic ”

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