While Cleveland’s sister brand, Srixon, focuses on making irons for mid- and lower-handicap golfers, the Huntington, California-based club maker long known for producing outstanding wedges continues to focus on gear that is ideally suited for recreational players. That means focusing on technologies and features that enhance distance and forgiveness, especially for players who lack speed or consistency.
The brand’s two newest irons, the Launcher XL and Launcher XL Halo irons, deliver that and offer golfers a choice of forgiveness blended with accuracy or a no-holds-barred max game-improvement set.
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