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Full hollow-construction geometry produces a low and deep center of gravity in this hybrid set, which results in an optimal launch angle and noticeable forgiveness. The clubs come with steel or ultralight graphite shafts.
Mashie Utility Club
With a Gliderail Sole (to reduce turf drag), Retro-Raw finish (a rugged, bulletproof look) and Ultralite technology, the Mashie provides versatility and function. The club is 30 grams lighter than most traditional utilities, which promotes faster head speed.
Launcher Ultralite Fairway Metals
Cleveland engineers worked with peers at Miyazaki shafts and Lamkin grips to remove 30 grams of weight from the shaft and grip. The lighter club produces faster head speed, more ball speed and longer carry.
Niblick Short-Iron Hybrid
The forgiving head design allows a golfer to move closer to the ball without choking up on the shaft. All three Niblicks (42 degrees, 49 degrees and 56 degrees) are 35 inches in steel and 351/8 inches in graphite. They have an upright lie angle.