Cleveland Used Driver Trade-in Value Guide

Looking for used Cleveland golf clubs, or looking to trade-in your used driver, then read up on this summary of Cleveland drivers. Utilizing data from 2ndSwing and GolfStix Value Guide you’ll see how Cleveland drivers match-up against each other.

Trade-In Review: Used Cleveland Launcher DST Driver

Used Golf Club Trade-in Value, Good Condition: .50

Grabbing a used Cleveland Launcher DST Driver means grabbing a 2010 Golf Digest Hot List gold medal winner. The DST was designed to be light–what the manufacturer calls Ultralite Technolgy. According to Cleveland, it’s the lightest big dog on the PGA Tour weighing about 25 grams lighter overall than a standard driver. Less weight should give you some extra club head speed and maybe the extra 3-10 yards you’re looking for in your next driver.

Weight isn’t the only thing Cleveland has focused on with this club. They use variable face thickness to improve their coefficient of restitution, COR. This means that even hits missing the sweet spot, will still deliver a nice trampoline effectwhich means more ball speed, and again maybe some extra distance from your mish-its. One of the ways Cleveland did this in the DST is by removing 9 grams of weight from the face, and positioned that weight low and deep in the 460cc club head to improve it’s moment of inertia, MOI.

The Cleveland DST Driver is set up to deliver more distance in their stock shaft. The Ultralite Diamana Red 44 Shaft in the DST is a little longer than standard at 45.75 and is fairly lightweight at 47g to again increase your swing speed that extra 3-5 mph.

The Cleveland Launcher DST Driver comes in lofts of 9


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