Usually once a product is available for order both TGW.com and Morton’s Golf lists them and has all the custom options and upcharges. Both sites now have the Turbos listed but only show the stock configurations. Hmm. Maybe just too early.I've been reading everything I can find on the new Launcher HB Turbos and have seen nothing about optional shafts being available. Perhaps this info will come later with the actual release or when pre-ordering opens on Monday. It would be cool if one could get fitted into the "optimum" shaft
I ordered a set of these bad boys today. I've been very frustrated with my iron play for awhile now and I'm hoping the forgiveness provided by these gets me back on track.
I believe @Ryan_BudgetGolf has a special coupon for THPers on this set, so hopefully you guys ordered from them.I also ordered a 6 club set, 5 - PW, with the Miyazaki C Kua 6R shaft. Should be here mid next week.
I'm intrigued as well. I have Launcher HB irons with steel shafts, and HL 4 3-6iw 7-aw irons with graphite.Now that Cobra is about to come out with the new T-rail irons I'll be curious to see a comparison. I'd also love to hear from someone who has experience with the HL4's in comparison to the Turbos. I certainly think Cleveland will have the advantage in terms of standard shafts.
One of the 3 will be in my bag by spring...
Good call out.I like offset, so the HL look good. If you don't, the Cleveland clubs appear to have less offset. I'd be interested as to how the Cobras look at address.
Don't read too much into my spin numbers.Great info. Thanks for sharing. I was surprised at the spin rate for the turbos. I hit the last generation in graphite just last week and was averaging above 5000 RPM. Perhaps the bay at Golftown wasn't that accurate or the graphite made a significant difference!? Right now without having hit them I believe the T-rails have the lead in terms of my new set for next season. Thanks again erock!
It shouldn't impact spin numbers, and they do coincide fairly well with the rest of the ball flight, which is quite low averaging under 60 feet.Don't read too much into my spin numbers.
I am a relatively low spin player but my numbers above looked abnormally low.
When I had my fitting in April 2018 on Trackman (outdoor range) I spun my Altitude 7i 5100, the G700 7i 5100 and the i200 7i 6000 which seems about right.
The numbers above are on a CG2 and was set to "driver" and I am unsure if that impacts the spin rates.
At another session last month (on Trackman indoor), I spun my Altitude 7i 5050.
To my eye the ball flight of the Turbo and the Altitude are not much different so I would expect the spin to be pretty consistent between the two.
I'll see if another shop in town that has a CG2 has the Turbo's in. if they do I will try and capture some new numbers.
It shouldn't impact spin numbers, and they do coincide fairly well with the rest of the ball flight, which is quite low averaging under 60 feet.