The Cleveland XL Halo fairway woods are designed with several features to enhance your fairway wood shots. Here’s a breakdown of the key technologies incorporated into these clubs:
XL Head Design: The fairway wood features a larger head size, which results in a higher Moment of Inertia (MOI) of 3,338 g-cm2. A higher MOI makes the club more forgiving, meaning it is more resistant to twisting on off-center hits. This design helps to maintain distance and accuracy, even on mis-hits.
Gliderail: The Gliderail system consists of a pair of rails along the sole of the club. These rails help to keep the face of the club square through impact, promoting optimal ball striking and improving accuracy. By minimizing twisting and face rotation, the Gliderail technology enhances consistency in your fairway wood shots.
Rebound Frame: The fairway wood incorporates a Rebound Frame, which consists of alternating zones of flexibility and rigidity in the clubface. This design allows more energy to be transferred to the golf ball upon impact, resulting in increased ball speed and greater distance. The Rebound Frame technology helps maximize the performance of your shots, providing extra power and distance.
Action Mass CB: Inside the end of the grip, there is an 8-gram weight known as the Action Mass CB (Counterbalance). This weight is strategically placed to improve the balance of the club. The enhanced balance leads to better control during the swing and overall shot performance. With the Action Mass CB, you can achieve more consistent and accurate shots without exerting extra effort.
Hi-Bore Crown Step: The Hi-Bore Crown Step design incorporates a stepped crown structure. This design feature helps to lower the center of gravity (CG) of the clubhead. A lower CG promotes higher-launching shots, even when hitting off the fairway. By launching the ball higher, the Hi-Bore Crown Step technology helps maximize carry distance and improves overall performance.
These various technologies in the Cleveland XL Halo fairway woods aim to provide golfers with forgiveness, accuracy, increased ball speed, distance, control, and optimal launch conditions. By incorporating these features into the design,