Cleveland XL2 Driver
The all-new Launcher XL 2 Driver isn't just big, it's a downright must-hit for anyone who wants help going longer and finding more fairways. That's because it's packed with an XL blend of Cleveland's latest distance and forgiveness technologies.Like Cleveland's Ai-designed mainframe XL variable face and Cleveland's dual flex zoned rebound frame.
It's everything you need to make it look easy off the tee.
Mainframe XL Face
Mainframe XL Face technology uses a variable thickness pattern that maximizes flex at impact to boost distance. It also repositions weight low and deep in the clubhead for added forgiveness and consistency.
XL Head Design
With and improved XL head design packing even more MOI than last generation, plus a low-and-deep weighting profile, players can enjoy long, high-launching ball flight with plenty of forgiveness.
Instead of giving it one flex zone, there's two. With alternating flex zones acting in-sync, rebound frame directs more energy into the ball for speed and distance on every shot.
Action Mass CB
An 8-gram weight tucked into the end of the shaft counterbalances the club for more control without extra effort. This counterweight helps the club feel lighter on takeaway and stay stable through impact.
With an adjustable hosel, you can fine-tune your launch angle, distance, and shot shape. Adjust your loft, face angle, and lie angle with 12 different positions. The wrench is sold separately.
With a reworked chassis, the Launcher XL 2 Draw model was born to bust the slice and find more fairways so you can stay focused.
Cleveland XL2 Draw Driver
Halo XL Full-Face Irons were inspired by a single idea: bigger is better. A larger, hybrid-irons profile gives these a confidence-inspiring look, and is meant to give avid golfers forgiving ball flights, and straighter shots. Cleveland Golf's XL head designs shifts more mass away from the center of the club, increasing MOI for more forgiveness than a tradition iron shape.
Halo XL Full-Face Irons feature a striking area that's 20% larger than the last generation. And on that larger striking area sit full-face grooves, an industry first for an iron. These grooves help ensure consistent spin no matter where golfers strike the ball. Coupled with the addition of Hydrazip face blasts, Halo XL Full-Face Irons have spin performance dialed in on every club in the lineup.
To promote reliable, consistent aim, Halo XL Full-Face Irons feature a new, two-groove alignment system. Two white grooves located at the bottom of the clubface are designed to help golfers keep the face square at address and stay centered behind the ball. The shorter, lower groove ensures correct ball position at address, while the longer groove helps square the clubhead to the target.
Halo XL Full-Face Irons use a three-sole system, each designed to fit long, mid, and short irons swings. Gliderail in the long-irons is designed to help long irons sweep through the turf. Short irons feature Cleveland Golf's V-Shaped sole, which is designed to cut through the turf without digging. Wedges feature a three-tiered sole, which provides maximum forgiveness on pitches, ships, and bunker shots.
Both the Zipcore XL and Halo XL Full-Face Irons include a custom configured accuracy build. This build is meant for those looking to keep the ball in play more often, with half-inch shorter shafts and come without actionmass CB counterbalancing.