No matter the skill of the player, Cleveland Golf wants to fit each golfer into the clubs that fit their current game and will improve their scores every time they hit the course. Cleveland considers The Launcher HB Hybrid to be the next level in club forgiveness, but how will it perform when I put it into play?
If you have been looking for a new club to add to your bag this season, here is a look at the Mizuno JPX 850 woods and hybrids. Standing out for both the wood and hybrid is sporting a new paint job and a redesign of the sole that is bursting with technology allowing for increased ball speed and longer distance!
So lets get this out of the way first, Bombtech makes high quality, great performing products. They emphasize this point on their website, even to the point of using a high quality paint so the club looks good for an extended point of time. These are not cheapy clones or infomercial clubs. Bombtech enlisted the help of Engineering students from the University of Vermont to create a shape the didn't infringe on any other patents but cut through the air and transferred as large amount of energy to the ball as possible. They result is a club of high quality materials and manufacturing processes just like the " Big Boys".
For 2013 Nike had a radical idea, Cavity backs. They thought how essential a cavity back is for performance in irons and that's when that Nike light bulb went off. Who is crazy enough to put a cavity back in fairways, hybrids, and even drivers? The same people with the R&D that can make it work. Nike is a melting pot for ideas and innovations, for them to not do something like this would be .... well a letdown. They are Nike, you expect innovation and game changing technology.