ClubTest 2022: Cleveland Launcher XL Halo fairway woods tested and reviewed

Here's our review of the new Cleveland Launcher fairway wood.

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This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and a complete review of Cleveland’s new Launcher XL Halo fairway woods.

You can find the full list of ClubTest fairway wood reviews here.

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Cleveland Launcher XL Halo

We tested: 15°, 18°, 21°

Our take: The Launcher XL Halo woods are made to launch the ball with ease, helping golfers get the ball airborne just as easily from the fairway as it is off the tee. Which speaking of these woods are the next best thing to using a Cleveland driver—so much that we were amazed at how far the ball flew, almost catching up to how far we hit the Launcher XL driver. They’re both very easy to hit and exceptionally forgiving as well. Our misses were dare we say, still really good.

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Cleveland Launcher XL Halo fairway wood

$229.99
Tired of duffing your woods? Because these Cleveland Launcher XL Halo woods have Gliderail tech that helps improve turf interaction for better shots off the deck. When you mix that with oversized heads, low centers of gravity, and Rebound Frame, you’ll duff ‘em less and launch ‘em more.
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The details: Featuring a bigger head with a higher MOI for added stability, the XL Halo fairway woods also include Gliderail tech on the sole for stability, a Rebound Frame for more energy transfer and Action Mass CB (counterbalancing) for improved balance and feel.

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