Cleveland Launcher CBX Irons

Cleveland Launcher CBX Irons

The Launcher CBX Irons are built for longer distance and pinpoint accuracy, with easy-to-hit long irons that launch the ball higher and easy-to-control short irons that produce wedge-like spin and control from the fairway or the rough.
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Launcher CBX Irons

Ready for Launch.

Launch the golf ball higher with your long irons and strike it with more consistent spin with your short irons—from the fairway or the rough. Featuring a cavity back design, the Launcher CBX Irons offer several innovations that help golfers of all skill levels hit higher, longer and more accurate iron shots.

”We set out to create new irons with true performance benefits that are obvious the moment a golfer swings one of these clubs.”

–Brian Schielke, Marketing Director at Cleveland Golf

Club Features at a Glance

  • Tour Zip Grooves and Double Laser Milling
  • Progressive V Sole
  • Launcher Cup Face
  • Feel Balancing Technology
  • Progressive Shape
Tour Zip Grooves and Double Laser Milling

These innovative grooves and milling produce consistent spin and improve distance control on all your iron shots from a variety of lies.

Progressive V Sole

A new sole design that enhances your feel and maintains your club face speed through the golf ball and the turf.

Launcher Cup Face

This “hot” club face increases your ball speed and distance, which means hitting less club into greens and those challenging pin positions.

Feel Balancing Technology

By moving the sweet spot away from the hosel toward the center of the club face, you get a softer feel, less club rotation and more consistent ball speeds.

Progressive Shape

The long irons are more offset with a longer blade length to hit the ball higher and land it softer. The short irons are less offset and more compact for a consistent ball flight and greater accuracy.


Written By: Keith Schneider

Player Stats:
  • Age: 33
  • Handicap: 8.4
  • Years Playing Golf: 19
  • WITB:
  • Driver: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 10.5° Project X Even Flow Blue 75 X-Stiff
  • Wood: Titleist 910 Fd 15° (tuned to 14.25°) 42.25" Diamana 'Ahina 82 Stiff
  • 2-Iron: Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi KBS Tour C Taper Lite Stiff 1° weak 1.5°
  • upright Irons: Mizuno MP-68 +1/2" Dynamic Gold S300 Stiff 2°
  • upright Wedge: Titleist Vokey SM5 54° Dynamic Gold S200 S
  • Grind Wedge: Titleist Vokey Wedge Works 60° Dynamic Gold S200 K Grind; Titleist Vokey SM5 62° Dynamic Gold S200 T
  • Grind Putter: Titleist 2015 GoLo3 35"; Odyssey White Hot Pro #9 36"
  • Balls: Titleist ProV1/ProV1x; TaylorMade Tour Preferred/Tour Preferred X; Callaway Chrome Soft X


Club Tested: 6 Iron; Shaft: Dynamic Gold DST 98; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 26 degrees

The Takeaway

Incorporating technologies from previous Srixon irons and the RTX-3 wedges like the V sole, Feel Balancing Technology and Laser Milling that make their wedges some of the most popular on the market, Cleveland jumps back into the iron game with the distance-inspired Launcher CBX irons. Along with moving the sweet spot away from the hosel the CBX irons have a progressive shape.

The low-profile long irons have a bit more offset and longer blade length for higher ball flights and softer landings on the green; and the short irons, with less offset, are more compact for consistent ball flight and improved accuracy. Cleveland’s Launcher Cup Face is a thinner clubface in the 4-7 irons that transfers more energy to the ball by adding high-strength steel around the perimeter.

Who's It For?

Players who are looking to play an iron that launches high with long carry, added forgiveness, progressive set design, a confidence inspiring top line and wedge-like control from scoring irons. 10-22 handicaps.

Final Take

Who would have thought Cleveland would put their wedge spin technology in a distance iron? I noticed the longer blade length when I first set the 6 iron on the turf. The top line was moderate, a bit on the thicker side, but fit well with the mid-sized dual sole. I enjoyed the satin finish; however, I suspect the finish will show the wear and tear of repeated play faster than the tasteful black and blue badge of the cavity will.

The irons had a distinct click to them, and I received more vibration in my hands on flush shots than I anticipated. The ball flight was as Cleveland said, on the higher side and landed with a steep descent angle. I found shots off the toe were fairly forgivable and did not lose too much distance. If you’re looking for a distance iron with longer carries on longer irons and improved feel in the scoring irons set your sights on the Cleveland Launcher CBX irons.

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