What we say...
In our opinion, this is where club golfers should be spending their money, instead of on a 7-wood that can only hit one shot. As club golfers, we will always find some pretty nasty spots off the fairway, but the Cleveland HALO has more answers than a slippery politician.
Moving weight lower and deeper in the head helps the golf club hit higher-flighted, softer-landing shots. It also lets you dig balls out of lies where you would normally be reaching for a wedge.
We’ve championed the Cleveland HALO before and we’re doing it again, because it’s difficult to fault, despite a raft of new alternatives. Though we only tested the 22-degree version, plenty of loft options mean you can replace difficult-to-hit long irons and bag yourself a powerful alternative to fairway woods in the 16 and 19-degree options.
Offers an extra-large sweetspot, increased stability and forgiveness. A lower centre of gravity results in higher and straighter shots.
Steel £99 - Graphite £119
Tel: 01423 709 709
Cleveland Rescue Clubs User Reviews
This is the easiest club ever to hit.I only had the 22 degree to start and used it all day.Have since got the 16,19 and 25 my game has improved by 12 strokes and continues to provide outstanding shots.I would recommend you pick some of these when you can find them,they are the best secret in golf.
There are days that these are the only clubs I feel confident to hit. I carry the 3 & 4 and they are great from 150 to 210 yards out. The 3 is brilliant off the tee and loves holes that are 200 to 210 long. The 4 is just a godsend. From the tee, rough or fairway you can hit it as far as you choose to with confidence, it is incredibly versatile and lands the ball softly and safely. It will take one hell of a club to dislodge these from my bag!
I've tried png G10's, Golden Bears and others but the Halo 3i is the longest straightest rescue club I've hit.... don't try and hit the ball too hard with it, as you don't need to. An effortless swing and it flies miles! Love it!!!
I brought some HALO clubs of my mate who has been teaching me golf. As a begginer I struggled with the long irons and also found myself straying off the fairway a fair few times. On useing these, my round went down from averaging 115+ to breaking 100 consistantly, not a brilliant score i know but gives confidence, also helped me to get 4 pars in a round for the first time. So if you are a high handicapper like me there worth the money. One downside is that the clubface is fairly small, I am lucky that I have a decent hand eye co-ordination. If you slice or hook a lot already you should try them out first before buying as it could ruin your day.
This thing is absolutley brilliant! n it is good 2 use in the wind cos u just hit a little punch shot with it! it flies well and lands softly...what more do u need?!
I just bought a 1i. After years of aiming left off the Tee to give the ball a chance of landing on the fairway, here's a club I hit straight and long! It is fantastic! Downside is that into the wind it tends to go too high
It's the only decent club I own (for now!) I probably over use it, but it really is that good!
I went for the 16deg option, but I am still able to use it in situations where I would never consider using a 1 or 2 iron. Easy to hit and control. Not the nicest feeling of clubs though; feels a little hard and metallic even when hit 100% out of the middle.
A very good piece of kit.Good shot ease of the face.One problem is that into the wind distance is poor due to the hight you achive
Very easy club to hit, always launches high straight and long with the minimum amount of effort.