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Cleveland Launcher UHX Irons

Cleveland Launcher UHX Irons

$599.99
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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Senior
Regular
Stiff
Set Makeup
4-PW
5-PW
4-PW,DW
5-PW,DW
Shaft Material
Graphite
Steel
Shaft name
Dynamic Gold DST 98
Miyazaki C. Kua 60
True Temper XP90
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Product details

The Cleveland Golf Launcher UHX Iron is ideal for the golfer seeking optimal forgiveness. This iron will help players achieve better accuracy and distance in each swing. The shape of the sole increases the club's ability to move through turf quickly, promoting additional speed.

Key Features:

  • Hollow & Cavity Back – This feature provides players more forgiveness and control when needing a precise golf shot.
  • Steel Face Insert – The insert provides excellent speed even on mis-hits due to the expanded sweet spot.
  • Tour Zip Grooves – This construction provides players with the optimal amount of spin for increased accuracy.
Iron Set Type
Iron Set
Grip name
Lamkin 360
Club Type
Irons
Model year
2019
Gender
Men's
Item
Club length
Lie angle
Loft degrees
Offset degrees
Swing weight (graphite)
Swing weight (steel)
4
38.875''
61.5°
20°
5.45mm
D1
D2
5
38.25''
62°
23°
5.05mm
D1
D2
6
37.625''
62.5°
26°
4.65mm
D1
D2
7
37''
63°
30°
4.25mm
D1
D2
8
36.5''
63.5°
34°
3.05mm
D1
D2
9
36''
64°
39°
2.25mm
D1
D2
PW
35.75''
64.5°
44°
1.45mm
D1
D2
DW
35.5''
65°
49°
1.15mm
D2
D3
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What does UHX stand for in Cleveland irons?
Clevaland's UHX line stands for Utility Hollow. Offering a half cavity back, half utility hollow, the UHX is unlike any other design on the market.
Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Gavin LeeGolf Expert Nick sinclair
by Michael V on July 18, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Does Cleveland make good irons?
Cleveland is a major manufacturer that makes reliable products. Their irons are known for consistency and accuracy. Not known for distance but offering a repeatable ball flight within forgiving builds is something that makes them stand out from competitors.
Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Nick sinclairGolf Expert Andrew Abbott
by Michael V on July 14, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Are Cleveland launchers any good?
This will answer if the Cleveland Launchers are any good. Yes, the Cleveland Launcher irons are a great choice for players who are relatively new to the game of golf and want to upgrade from their grandpa's clubs to some better technology that doesn't break the bank. The Cleveland launchers are a good choice for beginner and some intermediate golfers looking to upgrade their clubs without overspending.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Andrew HowardGolf Expert Christos L.
by Joe Mallock on July 5, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Cleveland Launcher UHX Irons
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Tyler Monroe
Tyler Monroe
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Nov 27, 2022

An exceptional option for mid to higher handicap players who tend to impact early, like to play hybrids, but have difficulty transitioning from cavity-backed irons to hollow, intended to be swept, hybrids. Using V-shaped soles, an elevated leading edge to cut through the turf, and gradual movement from hollow backed distance producing long irons, to traditional cavity-backed shorter irons to enhance more backspin into the greens, the UHX creates that smoother transition for the iron game. Variable thickness in the face and tour zip grooves also combine to increase overall distance.

Tom Willock
Tom Willock
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is a great club for players looking to add distance. The technology used offers a greater sweet spot and a better result on toe and heel strikes. The combination of hollow bodies in the long irons and classic cavities in the short irons make it perform like a game improvement iron without sacrificing the performance and feel in the scoring clubs.

David Cingel
David Cingel
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Nov 27, 2022

Of the two iron lines offered by Cleveland currently, the UHX's are a split set geared towards the best of both worlds of forgiveness and precision for mid handicap players. The short irons are cavity back's that offer more shot control to play around the pin with confidence, and the long irons are hollowed utility style to give you some more forgiveness in the longer shots so you wont have fear stepping up to the ball on longer holes. They also have a v-shaped sole, so any mishits you have with fat shots will still travel farther and higher than you'd since the leading edge isn't digging into the turf like you'd see with traditional flat leading edge irons.

  • Mid to high handicappers.
  • Players prone to fat mishits with the incorporation of the v sole.
  • Laser milled grooves that offer plenty of spin and control.
  • Variable thickness steel face offers more forgiveness on mishits.
Michael Harris
Michael Harris
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jan 30, 2023

Progressively designed set, geared for easier to hit long irons and precise, but forgiving short irons. This set feels good in your hands and feels solid through impact. Game-improvement technology helps straighten out the slice and create more trajectory and distance with the long irons.

Kerney Black
Kerney Black
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jan 30, 2023

Cleveland has historically tried to make the game easier, with some hits and misses in the iron department (wedges and the launcher drivers have always been good), but these are a definite hit. The longer irons (4-7) are more like utility irons (ie crazy forgiving, easy to hit, and supremely high launching and long), while the shorter scoring clubs are more like players cavity backs (but not small or frightening). The result is more precision and feel in the short clubs, but more confidence in the long ones.