|NEW Cleveland Launcher Halo 22 Degree Left Hand 3 Hybrid Regular Flex|
Heath, OH, USA
|****CLEVELAND HALO 3i Hybrid 22* MENS RIGHT HANDED -FREE SHIPPING IN USA ****|
Mesa, AZ, USA
|Cleveland Halo Fairway Wood Golf Club is the answer for the messy irons and woods in your golf kit. The Cleveland Halo Fairway Wood Golf Club also known as Hybrid halo made of 17-4 stainless steel, with a low, deep center of Gravity (CG) offer higher initial launch trajectory made-easy from any lie. This makes the Fairway wood halo the right kind of hybrid halo that helps you find the green, even from the most difficult of positions. The Cleveland Halo Fairway Wood Golf Club not only makes the drives longer but also lets you take draws, fades, punch shots and chips with greater ease. With a large sweet spot and high moment of inertia the fairway wood halo provides improved stability and forgiveness at impact.|
|Club Type||Fairway Wood|
|Head Material||Stainless Steel|
Average review score based on 87 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The Cleveland Halo line are the BEST hybrids I've hit in the past two years with no exeeption. I've played most of the line (2i to 5i), as well as the comparable hybrids from Nike, Callaway, and Adams. The Cleveland Halo has a bigger sweet spot, comes with a nicer stock shaft (Cleveland and Fujikara have a GREAT partnership going), a wonderful tour-velvet grip, and a feel that is unlike any other hybrid I've hit. When you make good contact, the mass of the head and the size of the sweet spot make the ball feel like a soft "click." On mishits, you feel the weight of the ball a bit more, but the face is very forgiving and even mishits can turn out not-so-bad.
Have you tried pitching with a hybrid? The head size helps the club glide and not bite into ground or grass. Try it! Pitch with the 3i or 4i from long grass around the green. Don't stab...focus on keeping a smooth, fluid chipping motion and let the loft of the club pop the ball up into the air.
The ONLY club I'll use out of fairway bunkers now is my 3i. Again, the head shape doesn't BITE in the sand like an iron can. Hit ball first, and you'll be AMAZED how well these things hit out of fairway sand. I also use my 2i or 3i to punch out from under trees or to hit a 50 foot "putt" from the short approach grass onto the green.
I have replaced my 3-6 irons with four hybrids. I'm playing better golf, hitting more fairways and staying there, and hitting ALOT more greens in regulation. Visit your local golf shop (the one with the indoor pratice cell) and hit Cleveland Halo, Nike and Callaway hybrids. Hit the entire range of clubs about six or seven times each. Then see for yourself which you like best. My bet...you'll like the Halo best!
If you know how to hit knock-downs, draws, and fades at will with your mid-to-long irons, you don't need a hybrid. Stop reading now and go back to being an awesome golfer. Now that I got rid of the top 5%, the rest of us can talk. The reason great players do not like hybrids is that they are not only ridiculously easy to hit high and straight and long, but they are also ridiculously hard to to hit any other way BUT high and straight and long. The small amount of skill it takes to make a good shot is truly like cheating.
Buying a hybrid you can work is like buying a bike that is hard to balance. What is the point? I ran my own golf business and have tried almost every hybrid on the market. Many, many hybrids are excellent. Cobra, Nike, Hogan, TaylorMade... all of them are like cheating. The Halo is, for me, consistently the longest, highest, and straightest. Sets up straight and hits straight. BUT the best thing is the depth of the line. I highly recommend you not only get the 3 & 4, but the 5 and 6 as well. I hit the 6. Furthermore, you might find, as I have, that you can dump your five wood and replace it with a MUCH easier to hit 2-H. Not many manufacturers make a 2 through 6 in the hybrid line; that for me is the Cleveland Clencher. Get em all.
Cleveland Halo hybrids are definitely the easiest hybrids to hit that I have ever used (and I've used everything. I'm one of those guys that will just buy clubs and have lots of hybrids). I have the 0, 1, 2, and 3 halo hybrid. They are all effective for me. Easy to get stuff out of the rough (higher loft in the 3 is ideal). My swing is not the best (20 handicap) so an easy hitting club really does help me. The second shot on long par 5s is so important and pulling out a club that lines up easily and gives you confidence to hit a good and long second shot is extremely important. I play a lot (about 3 times a week) and have the ability to mishit anyhting (all hybrids are easy to hit but are just as easy to hit miles into the bush also). I just find the Halos are so forgiving and the sound and feel off the head are so responsive and sweet. I rarely mishit and even when I do the deviation left or right is not so pronounced (unless of course I was just pointing miles left or right). I highly recommend all Halos especially for high nadicappers. You can get really good halo hybrids of all lofts at good prices on ebay.
I went through a streak of time where I was trying out several Hybrids. The Callaway X20 Tour 3i and 2i with stiff graphite shafts. I also tried the Taylor Made 19 degree burner as well. I generally have a straight ball flight to a slight fade with my driver and irons. I found that my ball flight with the hybrids I mentioned were anywhere from a hard draw to a snap hook, which I never did. I tried changing my swing and ball position to try to hit the clubs and I finally gave up and sold them all.
One day I walked into a golf store and they had a used Halo 3 Iron Hybrid and I decided to check it out. I set it down at address and noticed that the face was nice and square to the target line. I saw the 1 iron version on eBay and bought it right away. What a great club! First time I hit it was on a 446 yard par 4 and I put the ball within 5 feet on my second shot! No changes in my swing. It flies low and cuts through the wind. I've been making great shots ever since. Not coming out of my bag.
This is an excellent golf club from the fairway or the rough. It is extremely easy to hit. I have the 'sister' to this club and I end up finding reasons to use them when I play. It's much easier to control than a 3 or 5 wood especially from deep rough. The easier you swing the club the better it performs. I don't carry a 4 or 5 iron any more, my Cleveland Halo 2i and 3i have replaced them.
This club was rated as a 'best buy' in a Golf Magazine test of utility clubs and that's why I bought them. I recommend them to anyone who plays golf, even the golfers I compete against.