Written on: 19/05/2005 by jjm1234 (1 review written)
The best feature about this driver is that the face points to where the ball will go. Tip it a little open and it fades, closed and it draws, square and it's down the fairway. Don't force your swing and the Comp 460 will do the rest, it hits a ton when you swing easy.
Not too forgiving when you swing out of your shoes, but then again no driver is.
I just received my Cleveland Launcher Comp 460 from eBay, paid just under $300 w S&H. Not too bad but I'm sure it'll come down some after the first of the season is over. I demo'd this club a few weeks ago and when I went to the pro shop to buy it, someone else had gotten to it sooner. Snooze, ya loose I guess. So I logged onto eBay and got one (gotta love eBay!). After my first round the Cleveland was out driving my Ping TiSi by at least 20yds on average and straight too! An easy swing is most rewarding with this club and it's SOOO big you'll need to buy telephone-pole tees now or risk topping the ball. I really like how the face presents itself at address. There is no optical illusion when you look down at the club, it points to the fairway and that's where your ball goes. Some clubs are hard to align and never seem to point to where the ball ends up going. Oh well. None-the-less, if you have $300 burning a hole in your pocket and want a new premium driver, I don't think you'll go wrong with the Launcher Comp 460. "Tee 'um high and let 'um fly"!
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