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Maltby by GolfWorks: Any Experience With These Clubs?

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7 hours ago, shanksalot said:

As component companies go Maltby has a very good reputation for quality components. Back when components were popular with many club builders they were one of the top three companies. You can not go wrong with their product. 

Who were the other two component companies in the top 3, and are they still around?

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Besides Maltby, Golf Smith, Wishon golf, Dynacraft. Golfsmith when Tom Wishon was head designer until the company was sold and Tom started his own business. Dynacraft until the business started to slow down. They were bought by Roger Maltby. At least when I was building clubs these were the companies I dealt with the most. Alpha was a late comer but was a quality company. 

Once Golf Smith was sold they converted to almost all OEM companies. Tom Wishon  retired and sold to a group in England although their products are still available from local companies. So in a sense all three are now no longer in the top three. I have to say Golf  Works/Maltby is probably the best quality component company out there. This does not include some OEM who now produce heads for the component builders. 

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I attended a GolfWorks school in 2012, and since then I have dealt with them mostly on golf shafts.

The GW/Maltby telephone service people are well-versed in their products. They give especially good info on the different shaft models and how they compare with each other.

If you have a question, call them on phone and talk to them. Hear for yourself.

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I received my irons and have since played a few rounds with them. Not only are they great looking but I didn’t have any significant adjustment period. 

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Actually, I have purchased the PAKS in all cases.  Now, when I get them, I generally remove their and put on my preferred grips, as there is no choice when buying a PAK.   As I've had a club head fly off when doing my own assembly, I think it's better for me to buy them already assembled.  I'm happy with the shafts they use.  

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I got a modified Pak. Only 5 clubs, and a different shaft.

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