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MacGregor Releases MT Line

Mar. 25, 2008     By     Comments (33)

MacGregor Golf goes back to some classic styling and releases some fine looking clubs in their MT line.

Bag DropThe folks at MacGregor Golf have been making golf equipment for 110 years. Recently, some profitability issues, ownership changes, and some rather bland product lines have made them almost an afterthought in today's golf equipment world.

Happily, those days seem to be in the past with the release of their new MT line of clubs that include drivers, woods, hybrids, wedges, and five new iron sets. So come along as we peruse all that MacGregor Golf has to offer.

MT 460 Drivers
The new MT 460 driver is a traditional pear-shaped head and features MacGregor's Cup Face 360° technology which they claim makes the entire clubface a sweet spot so even off-center hits still get good distance. The beta titanium cup face is plasma welded to a titanium body and there are no face inserts or face welds. Not sure about the technical aspects of that but I'll gladly take a larger sweet spot, thank you very much.

 MT 460 Driver

The MT 460 driver comes in two flavors with you having the choice of a neutral or draw/offset bias. The neutral bias MT 460 comes in 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, and 11.5° and features either a Aldila DVS or Mitsubisihi Bassara for shaft options and comes with a Golf Pride DD2 grip.

The MT Offset driver comes in 11.5° and 13.5° options and is 0.5° closed. A MacGregor MT graphite shaft rounds out the Offset driver. You can add either version of the the MT 460 to your bag for about $300.

MT Fairway Woods and Hybrids
MT HybridThe MT Fairway Wood utilizes the same Cup Face 360° technology found in the MT 460 Driver but comes in a stainless steel head that also is plasma welded like the MT Driver. The MT Fairway Wood features internal weighting that has a neutral to slight draw bias as well as "two slightly pronounced rails along with it's carefully sculpted sole helps to minimize turf drag."

The MT Fairway Wood comes in 13°, 15°, 16.5°, and 18° with a MacGregor MT graphite shaft and a Golf Pride DD2 grip and will cost you about $180.

The MT Hybrid features the same technology, construction and sole as the MT Fairway Woods but feature a deeper face "for more confidence at address than with long irons." The same Cup Face 360° technology makes the entire face of the MT Hybrid a sweet spot making off-center hits more tolerable to your game.

The MT Hybrid will come in 17° (2), 20° (3), 23° (4), 26° (5), and 29° (6) and comes standard with a MacGregor MT graphite shaft and a Golf Pride DD2 grip. Other options include different lie configurations as well as Senior and Women's versions.

The MT Hybrids will be sold either individually or as long iron replacements in the MT-OS iron set and will run you about $150.

MT Wedges
MT Pro DW WedgeThe MT line also boasts two new wedges, the MT DW Pro and the MT EZ-Out (I like that name!). The MT EZ-Out is an oversized, cavity-backed wedge that has the same general shape and profile of the MT Pro but with a lower center-of-gravity. Toss in the "super-wide radius sole" and you should have no excuse in not getting out of the bunker in one shot. The MT EZ-Out comes with a MacGregor MT graphite shaft (on a wedge?) and comes in either a 56° and a 60° and will run you about $100.

The MT DW Pro were designed by Hall of Fame clubmaker and legend Don White who has been fitting various professional Tour players for over three decades. That expertise is now available to the rest of us now in some really nice looking wedges. The MT DW Pro wedges are forged from 1025 carbon steel and feature a "slightly onset, curved leading edge" as well as a "classically high toe."

The MT DW Pro comes in two finishes, satin chrome and the sinister (and quite nice) looking gun metal and come in a variety of lofts from 50° to 60° with a Dynamic Gold Wedge Flex shaft and a Golf Pride DD2 grip. You'll be able to add either the gun metal or satin chrome MT DW Pro to your bag for around $110.

Irons
To say MacGregor overhauled their irons lineup would be a mild understatement as they are releasing a grand total of five sets for 2008 (with some additional variations on the MT OS line).

MT Pro M Irons

For those golfers who love a traditional looking muscle back, the MT Pro-M might be just up your alley. Featuring a compact profile, a flatter sole, CNC flat milled faces, square grooves and forged from 1025 carbon steel, the MT Pro-M are one of the nicer looking irons on the market today (and the limited-run gun metal version looks extremely nice). The Pro-M come in 3-PW with either True Temper Dynamic Gold or Nippon NS Pro 1150 GH shafts with Golf Pride DD2 grips. These beauties will set you back about $800.

The MT Pro-C basically are the MT Pro-M's but feature a cavity back that gives you more forgiveness yet still maintains the workability of the MT Pro-M's. Shaft options are the same as the MT Pro-M's with the ever present Golf Pride DD2 grips.

For those of you who remember the VIP series (I still have a set of VIP V-Foil 1025 C's that I keep in my basement that feel oh so smooth when struck well), the MT Pro-C's are a nice updated version of that line. The MT Pro-C will also set you back about $800. If you like both the MT Pro-M and Pro-C and have a tough time making a decision on either, rest easy as a blended set is available for you as well.

MT Pro C Irons

The MT Irons are a classically shaped forged iron that feature the Cup Face 360° technology to help with distance and accuracy. The face is plasma welded to the sole, hosel and body to give you a much bigger sweet spot. The head is slightly larger than more traditional looking blades that hide "a slightly greater offset and a wider sole to provide jaw-dropping forgiveness.

The undercut cavity provides low weight and is inset towards the face to move the center of gravity (CG) forward to enhance trajectory control. The raised wedge design on the Cup Face optimizes power and feel at impact while the club's weighting allows the lofts to be strengthened for added distance without reducing trajectory."

The MT Irons come standard in 3-wedge with Nippon NS Pro 950 steel shafts with Golf Pride DD2 grips. A gap wedge is also available. Individual clubs go for about $100 with a eight-club set costing you about $800.

For those who want the looks of the MT Irons but could use a bit more forgiveness, the MT MID irons might be what you are looking for. Featuring the same Cup Face 360° technology of it's forged brother, the MT MID has a bit more game improvement technology built in with a shallower profile, medium offset and a wider sole with a deeper cavity, which lowers the center of gravity to give you a higher ball flight.

MT Irons

The MT MID irons comes in a 4-wedge set with a gap wedge included. A sand wedge is also available to round our your set. The MT MID comes standard with a lightweight micro-set shaft with Golf Pride DD2 grips. A set of MT MID irons will run about $600 with the sand wedge costing you $75.

Finally, the MT OS irons, which fit squarely in the game improvement category, are available for golfers as well. Featuring the same Cup Face 360° technology as in the MT and MT MID irons, the MT OS feature a "deep undercut channel for optimal weighting combined with a wider sole and slightly thicker top line, maximizes the depth of the center-of-gravity while minimizing the CG height to launch the ball farther."

The MT OS come as a combo-set of hybrids with the four and five irons replaced by hybrids with 6-wedge being irons. A gap wedge comes with the set and a a sand wedge is also available. The MT OS comes standard with a lightweight micro-set shaft with Golf Pride DD2 grips. The MT OS will set you back about $800 with the sand wedge being around $100.

In addition, the MT OS comes in a Seniors version as well as Women's version. Both the Seniors and Women's version come with MacGregor graphite shafts.

Final Thoughts
To say that the past few years at MacGregor Golf has been rocky would be a slight understatement and some of the recent offerings have been quite awful looking in my opinion but I must say, the MT line looks fantastic. Classic styling while utilizing their Cup Face 360° technology should make this line successful.

I have a couple of sets of MacGregor's including some great looking blades and persimmon woods from the 1970's that were my dad's so perhaps my view is a bit more sentimental for this company that has been around for 110 years and is synonymous with the rich heritage of the history of golf. It would be great for golf to have MacGregor back as one of the major players in the equipment arena. Only time and great products will see if they can make it back.

Hopefully you will give the "new" MacGregor Golf a shot while out looking for you next set of clubs. I know I will.

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Discussion

  1. john r says:

    It's great to see MacGregor getting back in the game after years of mediocrity.

    The NVG line was great performing but just too out there. Good for them keeping the technology and figuring a way to put it in a classic package.

    Most importantly they've kept the incredible custom program. What other OEM will let you get your clubs hand ground by a legend like Don White? The same hands that made clubs for Norman and Nicklaus can make your clubs to your exact specs as well.

    Awesome!

  2. wolverine318 says:

    I own a set of the Pro M irons and cant say enough good things about them or MacGregor themselves. These are some of the best irons out there. They are o so soft but still give you the feedback that the better players desire. They are sneaky forgiving as you wouldnt think they would be but they are. I plan to game these for a long time.

  3. Shortgame85 says:

    I have always liked the MacGregor name, and I have appreciated the role they have played in the history of golf.

    When casting about for a new putter three or four years ago, I became enchanted with Bobby Grace's "Amazing Grace" design. Since I couldn't locate one to try, I emailed his factory. They informed me he just signed with MacGregor and that I should contact their Albany, Ga., office. I called, started asking questions about the putter and they couldn't answer them. A nice girl referred me to another telephone number. I called. It connected me with the Grace factory! I actually spoke with Bobby Grace, who asked me lots of questions ( height, weight, type of greens I usually play on, preferred swing path, etc. ). He said he would make me a putter and have it to me in a couple of weeks; he even asked if I wished to have my initials engraved on the putter. I received it in the mail and use it to this day. Although I suffer from a wandering eye, I have nonetheless remained faithful to the MacGregor Grace putter in my bag.

    Earlier this year, I called Macgregor's office, spoke to a customer service rep and asked to buy a new headcover for my putter. He sent me one free of charge.

    I wish MacGregor's products were more readily available in my area. I would certainly give them a try.

    I certainly wish them well.

  4. rudygu says:

    If the Pro-m and Pro-c irons feel as good as they look, I foresee a blended set in my future.

  5. mybloodinvt says:

    I wasn't aware that MacGregor had revamped their line when I saw these in my "local" golf shop this weekend. I was very impressed with the look of the new irons; they reminded me of the old Jack Nicklaus Muirfield line of old. The irons actually look like something I would actually put in my bag, especially since you can order a blended set.

  6. Kevin says:

    I have a set of the macgregor pro forged mt tourney irons. I bought these in 2001, & have not been interested in any other irons. I might try the new MT mix set. I am always looking for a new driver & am going to give the new Mac a try against the 907D2.

  7. SuaSponteMn says:

    Easily the best looking irons released this year, nothing even comes close, not even my Mizuno's...

    Very excited to see how they perform and I'm hoping they offer the Pro-C in LH.

  8. Arjun says:

    Beautiful looking clubs.

  9. Jes says:

    MacGregor really missed the mark by not making the majority of these great looking products available for lefties

  10. John says:

    I'm finally trying to learn the game after owning but seldom playing an old set of Ping Zing2 knockoffs. Went to a free swing analysis/fitting at the local shop to see if a new set of clubs might help. I compared my 6-iron to the Macgregor MT OS, Nickent 3DX, and Taylormade r7 CGB Max. The Nickents and the TM's added 20 yards according to the machine. The MT OS added almost 40 yards!! I didn't believe it was possible for clubs to make that much difference (isn't it all marketing hype?), but went back and forth between the clubs several times. Accuracy was much better as well. I'm sure much of it is in the shaft, they were all graphite.

    Unless you like flash, the Macgregors are much better looking to boot. The sale lasts until the end of the month. Maybe that swing analysis wasn't so free...

  11. Mark says:

    I've been playing golf for 40 years, and back in the days always used MacGregor clubs. Last summer I purchased a set of V-Foil Macgregor Irons 585's and these are the best irons I have hit in years. Great forged feel, very forgiving, and long. Now I've ventured into the MacGregor MT line of "woods".
    Purchasing two 460 CC drivers with the Aldila DVS shafts. I tried to purchase that shaft alone off ebay, and lost out at $175 twice. The 9.5 (S) and the 10.5 (R) arrived together and I headed to the range. Both were awesome to start and while I was secretly hoping the R would go in the closet for another year or two, when I swung a bit more smoothly, it added 10mph ball speed than the S which is a bit easier to hit straight each time. At 57 I'm trying to tone the tee shot down just a bit. The MT 3 wood 15* arrived next, and last Thursday I played my first round with them. I reached places in the middle of the fairway that my brand new Ping G10 "R" had not reached. The overall feel and playability of the MT is (for me anyway) heads above any driver I have tried or played in the past. My playing partners used words such as, "you hit that one out there with the big boys Mark,".
    I've orded the Pro Mt 60*LW to replace a Taylor made that has served me well.
    My swing speed is normally 96-104. The R gets up to 110 a few times. Way to go MacGregor

  12. PatrickO says:

    Just bought the MT mids and love them!! I owned CW X-20's but fell in love with the look and feel of the MT's and expect to shave a point or 2 off my handicap with then as well.
    Anyone looking for a classic look with some game improvment tech built in should look at these! Norman won't disappoint you!

  13. Mark says:

    Well after another 18 holes, and numerous range balls, the MacGregor MT 460 10.5 "R" flex DVS Aldila shaft, though a bit longer when swung perfectly has been placed in the closet until my swing speed slows down some. The 9.5 Stiff DVS just performs better under "the pressure" of the actual round of golf. These are the longest and best feeling clubs I've hit since the advent of metal woods back in the 80's.
    Go grab one off Ebay and give it a chance. I think you will like them.

  14. John says:

    I've got an update. 5 weeks ago I compared the MT OS to Taylormade and Nickent. Since then I also compared them with Adams, Callaway X-18 (didn't like) and Ping G-10. Ended up buying the Macgregors w/ 1" long graphite shafts, 2 degrees upright. I've only played golf once since then, but I love them! I'm having troubles overshooting the green, have to recalibrate everything. Plus, they are accurate. If I skull it or something there's nothing the club can do, but if it's hit on the face, the ball goes straight and long.

  15. James says:

    I bought the MT 460 10.5 stiff shaft driver last week and used it for the first time today. I was using a Taylor Made R580XD but was hitting it inconsistently and not as long as I would have liked. I am thoroughly impressed by this club. I hit the ball 25-30 yards longer today and hit 10 of 14 fairways. The club is forgiving on mishits and my drives had an amazing amount of roll once they hit the fairway. If you are looking for a new driver I highly recommend this one. I found it for $59.99 on ebay brand new.

  16. Brian says:

    These irons above look great. I currently play the NVG MActec Mids and I can't get over those clubs. It amazes me that Macgregor doesn't have more Pro's playing for them because if you look at the new Titleist AP irons it almost looks like they copied these clubs and for the price you can't beat it. My friends asked me why I bought MAcgregors and I explained that Norman was a part owner and the they hit them and now they all are going to buy Macgregors. Great clubs

  17. John says:

    I picked up an MT OS 7 iron as a demo and gave it a try. I normally hit my 7 iron 170 yards. When I hit the MT OS, it blew my mind. I hit it 195 yards. I thought that must be a fluke, so when I had a 200 yard shot I hit it again. It flew 195 yards again. I had a par 5 last sunday. I hit my driver and had 200 yards to the water on this hole. I hit the "super 7" as my son and I call it. I ended up on the edge of the water. (ended up with a bird) I am looking for a set of these clubs !!!! If they all give me that much more yardage, I'll be good to go.

  18. Robbie says:

    Have had the Pro M's for about 4 months and love them. Best blades I've ever had, and I've had many over the years: Titleist, Hogan Apex, Palmer Standards, Mizunos, etc. They play as good as they look. Beautiful set up and wonderful grind and finish. Am looking forward to adding the (new) wedges to my irons.

  19. John T says:

    I started playing with a set of Macregor MT RT2 forged tour blades ( I think from 1972 ). These were like brand new, and I had them bent for lie and 4 deg. stronger lofts, added 3/4 in. to the shaft and fitted with new grips. They look almost identical to these new MT Pro M's except the "V" in the back is raised slightly. Mine swing about a D4 now, and the hits are so pure. Suprisingly forgiving for a blade (even on thinned shots) Now I can't get away from them.

  20. s. finley says:

    It's great to see MacGregor getting back in the game after years of mediocrity.

    The NVG line was great performing but just too out there. Good for them keeping the technology and figuring a way to put it in a classic package.

    Most importantly they've kept the incredible custom program. What other OEM will let you get your clubs hand ground by a legend like Don White? The same hands that made clubs for Norman and Nicklaus can make your clubs to your exact specs as well.

    Awesome!

    "After years of mediocrity"? Did you miss the near-unanimous accolades for the 1025 muscles, cavities, and combos?

    I mean, your comment would've been true for several years before that, and I'm happy to see them back in the business of making good clubs again. Like, really good clubs. And of course you're right--their custom program is really something.

  21. bobsuruncle says:

    i just bought a combo set of MT OS on sale for $162. Have taken it to the range twice now. wasn't swinging well on the first outing but was doing much better today. they performed quite well and i'm pleased with the purchase. they are long because of 2 factors - the stronger lofts and longer shafts. Eg a "standard" 5i has a loft of 27-deg and a shaft length of 38". The MT OS 6i has a loft of 28-deg and a shaft length of 38". It's probably my swing fault, but i found that the distance gaps between the 8, 9 and PW to be much smaller than expected. perhaps i should get the lofts checked!

  22. pauleasttexas says:

    I think that I'm the only person in Texas that wants to play the new MacGregor golf clubs. I must say, as some of you have, that MacGregor has directed its efforts in some very peculiar looking equipment but I'm a purest and the new MT Pro-M irons is what I want. Just recently lost my 9 iron Tourney cavity back and am hoping that the person who found will remember to return. Looked @ the MacGregor website and was captivated with that muscle- back. I'm 50 yrs old and will never go to a cast!!! Can anyone direct me to a place, somewhere relatively close, that I can actually see and touch? I have tried calling MacGregor (several times) and I really believe that there is no one in that office.

  23. Robbie says:

    Paul: You've asked the $64k question. I bought my Pro M blades in July 2008 (post above) from Hillandale Golf in Durham, NC (Google them), after whacking a 6-iron demo club at their range. Have yet to see another set anywhere, including golf trips to FL, OH and Scotland (the Scots went bananas over the clubs). Read at time of purchase that Greg Norman had bought the company intending to restore to their historic prominence. Read last week that Golfsmith acquired the company. So, I have no answer for you, but a suggestion to persevere, as they are exceptionally well designed and of top quality. Sorry I can't be more helpful.

  24. Martin Aston says:

    I remember a very famous advert from the 40's(?) showing a tramp (hobo) sitting under a tree, stinking dirty, with flies buzzing round his head, writing to a soap company "Since Using Your Soap, I have Used No Other.....".
    I bought a set of MacGregor MTs in Miami 1972, and....you can guess the rest! Wouldn't change them for the world - love them.
    Glad to see McG's making a 'comeback', but they don't seem to sell them down-under.
    Pity; great clubs.

  25. JP says:

    Paul,

    You're not alone, although I'm in far West Texas. I play the 1025CM set with Rifle shafts. Very soft and easy to hit, and durable. I'm actually more comfortable with the blades than the cavity backs.

    If you search on Ebay, you can find several sets of the new Pro irons from reputable sellers for around $300.00. That's a steal. Comparable irons from Mizuno and Nike are going for $450.00 or so.

  26. pauleasttexas says:

    to: JP & Robbie:

    I have found the MT Pro-M's on Ebay ($399.00) . Just need to justify the need and the want rather than the want and the need to my other half. I will play in the Texas State Open (Pro-Am) in Tyler this year and caddy as well as provide all the valet parking for the players and sponsors.

    I hope to show some of these young pros what a great looking iron MacGregor has made. They (MacGregor) just needs to get out to the smaller tours with the up and coming players and put it in their hands. Hell... send me a demo set and I will show for them and then send back.

    THE CLUB WILL SPEAK FOR ITSELF!!!

  27. Robbie says:

    pauleasttexas:
    Good luck with them both (Pro Ms and wife). You may have a collector's item on your hands (Clubs, not wife; although she may be a collector's item as well). Link below makes it sound iffy (to me) as to whether or not we'll ever see the real MacGregor again. Pity, if so.

    http://thesandtrap.com/bag_drop/macgregor_golf_acquired_by_golfsmith

  28. Robbie says:

    Robbie
    Just bought a used set of 2008 Mt pro-m's on ebay. Can't waite to put them in my hands. Somebody else bidding on them and we went from $130. to $260 before it was all said and done. Starting to look @ old MacGregor products especially irons and putters for my new retirement plan.

    If you are ever in the Dallas to Shreveport to Houston area, try to contact me to play.

    I think it would be interesting to have some kind of golf tourney where the players play with the old, scottish clubs, kilts and sip scotch with no golf carts and tell lies after the round.

  29. pauleasttexas says:

    Robbie & JP
    Made a mistake leaving a reply (used Robbie). Bought a used set (2008 models) Pro-m's for $260.00 Excited to put them in my hands. I negotiated with my wife (some may say I was begging). If you are ever in the Dallas to Shreveport to Houston area, Please let me know. I'm in the phone book in Henderson, Texas.

    Question- Do you think the 08 grind is better than the 09 grind? And what swing weight did your pro-m's come in at?
    I have TT Dynamic Gold (stiff) 400's in the set I bought.
    I'm hoping that they are @least D4 to D6.

  30. WFGolfer says:

    Paul: You've asked the $64k question. I bought my Pro M blades in July 2008 (post above) from Hillandale Golf in Durham, NC (Google them), after whacking a 6-iron demo club at their range. Have yet to see another set anywhere, including golf trips to FL, OH and Scotland (the Scots went bananas over the clubs). Read at time of purchase that Greg Norman had bought the company intending to restore to their historic prominence. Read last week that Golfsmith acquired the company. So, I have no answer for you, but a suggestion to persevere, as they are exceptionally well designed and of top quality. Sorry I can't be more helpful.

    Robbie,

    I picked an MT OS 6-iron w/ stiff graphite shaft (older model) out of a range bin in Blacksburg, VA. and could not believe how easy and responsive it was to hit. I live in Wake Forest and googled for a location where they are sold nearby and Hillandale did come up. On your mention, I will give them a call to make sure some are at least on hand to try. After hacking it around Pinehurst #4 the other day, with my "custom" Mizuno's, that are feeling to me like a set of garden tools, I am on a mission to track those mt's down and determine if that happy day at the range was real or just a fluke! Thanks. Tom in NC.

  31. RobbieInRaleigh says:

    Tom in NC:
    Stopped at Golfsmith yesterday on Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh. Selling new sets of MacGregor MT Blades, Blade/Cavity combo sets and Cavity Back irons for +/-$399/set.
    Also, had a (barely) used set 4-PW of Blade/Cavity for $119.00 in chrome finish (not a misprint: $119.00), but shafts appear to be X, as we're really stiff.

    - RobbieInRaleigh.

  32. pauleasttexas says:

    :mrgreen: To Robbie & WF Golfer: Have had only 1 hole in one (Jan1, 1994) and have had 2 with my new MacGregor Pro-M's. One @ Pine Dunes in Frankston, Texas in July and had another last week @ my home course "The Cascades in Tyler, Texas which I came close with 2 of the other par 3's (inches)that day and almost eagled a par 4 (Long and ridiculous pin placement) with the 3 iron.

    I know that it's not the arrow but the indian and I have been beating alot of balls this summer but these irons are sneeky forgiving and I have confidence with what I'm holding in my hand. My golf pro, who happens to be the same age as me, looked @ them when I showed- up to practice and said with abit of a smirk...."God Luck" and walked off. They are only interested in selling you what they have in their pro- shop which happens to be Callaway, Taylor Made, Nike and Cobra.

    Highly reccomend the Pro- M's if you want a clean, (and sexy) traditional style muscle back iron.

    Paul: You've asked the $64k question. I bought my Pro M blades in July 2008 (post above) from Hillandale Golf in Durham, NC (Google them), after whacking a 6-iron demo club at their range. Have yet to see another set anywhere, including golf trips to FL, OH and Scotland (the Scots went bananas over the clubs). Read at time of purchase that Greg Norman had bought the company intending to restore to their historic prominence. Read last week that Golfsmith acquired the company. So, I have no answer for you, but a suggestion to persevere, as they are exceptionally well designed and of top quality. Sorry I can't be more helpful.

    Robbie,

    I picked an MT OS 6-iron w/ stiff graphite shaft (older model) out of a range bin in Blacksburg, VA. and could not believe how easy and responsive it was to hit. I live in Wake Forest and googled for a location where they are sold nearby and Hillandale did come up. On your mention, I will give them a call to make sure some are at least on hand to try. After hacking it around Pinehurst #4 the other day, with my "custom" Mizuno's, that are feeling to me like a set of garden tools, I am on a mission to track those mt's down and determine if that happy day at the range was real or just a fluke! Thanks. Tom in NC.

  33. I realize this is an old thread but here is my $.02 contribution...

    I just picked up a barely used MacGregor MT Fairway 16.5* 4 fairway metal (I can't call it a wood!) from the local Goodwill for $.49!!! That's right, FORTY NINE CENTS!!! It's a solid 8.5/10 condition wise with an S 65 Graphite Shaft and the original DD2 Golf Pride rubber grip. I'm excited to hit it once the weather warms up and the snow melts in Northern Illinois.

    Hit 'em long and keep 'em in the short grass this season everybody!

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