Wood style with generously rounded leading edge and concave crown. Unique sole design and low, deep centre of gravity make this a highly-versatile club from all kinds of lie. Designed with extra large sweetspot and high moment of inertia for added forgiveness and stability. Cleveland says the Halo should offer five to 10 yards more than an equivalently-numbered long iron.
The concave top created some unusual shading which took a bit of getting used to visually. The very rounded sole meant that from tight lies we got our best results with the ball back in the stance a touch. It had a very crisp contact sound, and we weren’t overly surprised that the sole design made it one of the most effective for serious rescue work. Very forgiving from the toe too.