Cleveland HB3 Irons
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Shots are consistently high and straight, no big slices or duck hooks. Ball is very easy to hit. Offer very good control, ball goes where it needs to.
The Cons:Takes some time to get used to the wedge design, will get some low trajectory at first. PW is a little hard to control as it tends to need a full swing.
Cleveland's HB3 Irons feature a unique hybrid design that really stresses ease of hitting due to a fully hollow construction. The sole also has a special weight distribution and shape that redistributes weight for better turf interaction and less drag than Cleveland's other irons.
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The hybrid style also means that these clubs can hit the ball further than any of Cleveland's previous models. They come with graphite shafts that are also 15 grams lighter than the previous set, and allow for higher launch angles. They are available in 3 - PW, and of course are targeted at players who prefer hybrids to standard irons.
- Hybrid design
- Full hollow interior
- Drag-reducing sole
- Decent turf interaction
- Highly forgiving
- 20-degree (3-iron) to 55-degree (PW) loft
- Available in steel or graphite shafts
- Sole design gives more control than standard hybrids
User Reviews (1)
shots are consistently high and straight, no big slices or duck hooks
offer very good control, ball goes where it needs to
distance improvement over standard hybrids
despite the wide sole, they seem to avoid bouncing off the turf
takes some time to get used to the wedge design, will get some low trajectory at first
PW is a little hard to control as it tends to need a full swing
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