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Cleveland Launcher UHX Utility Iron

Cleveland Launcher UHX Utility Iron

$169.99
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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Regular
Stiff
Set Makeup
4 Iron
3 Iron
5 Iron
Shaft Material
Graphite
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The Cleveland Launcher UHX Utility Irons are a great choice for those who prefer the look/design of a long iron (v.s. a traditional hybrid) but don't have the confidence or ability to hit a long iron. The UHX are a hollow bodied utility club that has all of the benefits that traditional hybrids are supposed to offer, but in a more compact design. These clubs fit well at the top end of the UHX iron set, or as standalone clubs with any set.

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Overall ratings
(4.0/5) 2 Expert reviews
Pros
  • Very easy to hit and versatile
  • Excellent choice for those who don't like traditional hybrids
  • Extremely forgiving
Cons
  • Healthy amount of offset, if that offends the eye
  • Not for those who prefer traditional hybrid designs
  • Wider sole than a long iron
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Product details

The UHX Utility Irons give a player hybrid-like performance in an iron-like shape. For players looking for another option off the tee with more versatility and shot-shaping control than a driver. Key Features:

  • Hollow Construction – A hollow-bodied construction increases distance with a more flexible face and increases forgiveness.
  • Variable High Strength Steel Face – Regardless of whether you hit it on the toe or heel, the face provides increased speed to maximize distance.
  • V Shaped Sole – Design of the sole improves on turf interaction to allow the club to retain speed through the grass.
Item
Club length
Lie angle
Loft degrees
Swing weight (graphite)
3
39.5''
61°
18°
D4
4
38.875''
61.5°
20°
D4
5
38.25''
62°
23°
D4
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Scott Bryant
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The Cleveland UHX Utility irons are intended to replace the difficult to hit longer irons and more traditional hybrid clubs. If you are someone who is better with your irons than your woods, but struggle with consistent contact with the longer irons, these may be just the ticket. Though the sole is wider than traditional irons, it's beveled. This means that it can be used from a variety of lies. In summary, these clubs can be a cure for the niche of golfers who are better served by an ironwood than the other two options.

Pros
  • * Strong initial launch and quite forgiving.
  • Best used as a replacement for long irons and hybrids
  • Great replacement for traditional hybrids
Cons
  • *Offset design may not appeal to some
  • * Wider sole may spook some purists
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Are utility irons forgiving?
Utility irons are meant to offer more forgiveness than irons, and more workability than hybrids. If accuracy is lacking from hybrid play, and long irons aren't forgiving enough, a utility iron would be a club to consider.
Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Nick sinclair
by Michael V on July 24, 2022 · view 1 other answer
Is a utility iron worth it?
A utility iron is worth it for golfers that like hitting long irons but would like more forgiveness. If hybrids aren't your friend, but still need help out of the rough or off the tee box, a utility iron might be for you.
Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Christos L.Golf Expert Vincent P.
by Michael V on July 14, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Are utility irons good out of the rough?
Utility irons easier to hit out of the rough than say, a 4 iron. This is because there is more weight in the sole on a utility iron, which lowers the center of gravity on the club helps elevate the ball. When you're in the rough, you definitely want the ball to elevate quickly so that it doesn't get caught in the grass. Utility irons are a good choice when you're in the rough and have a long way to the green.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Joshua Malutan
by Joe Mallock on July 6, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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