New Clubs From MacGregor For 2008

Hi everyone. Thanks for your patience during our server problems. It looks like everything is back to normal now and we can get back to posting. We've had a few people ask about MacGregor Golf in 2008. We've got info on their new irons, wedges and putters so let's get to it!

I really think 2008 is going to be a big year from MacGregor Golf. I like the look of the new line and think it will do very well…

MacGregor Golf is going back to its roots! The second oldest golf manufacturer in the country is turning its attention to the company's storied legacy to achieve its objective of becoming the leading manufacturer of "tour-inspired" and personalized golf equipment. MacGregor will focus on crafting modern classics that preserve aesthetic appeal while tastefully incorporating the latest game improvement technologies. The iron, wedge and putter categories is where MacGregor will differentiate itself from its competitors by delivering more tour-inspired shapes than any other manufacturer.

The 2008 product line introduces a new MT portfolio of irons that range from clubs designed for the low handicapper to game improvement irons for higher handicappers. Utilizing classic lines and PGA Tour influenced head designs, the physics and sole design of each model is specifically designed to match the skill level of the targeted golfer segment.

The MT Pro M and the MT Pro C irons are designed for professional and low handicap players. Keeping in line with MacGregor's commitment to offer personalized equipment, the MT PRO-C long irons (3 iron thru 6 iron) and the MT PRO-M short irons (7 iron thru PW) can be combined to create a progressive "PRO-CM" set.

For those players looking for classic head designs with slightly more game improvement technology, MacGregor offers the MT and MT-Mid irons. In the Super Game-Improvement category MacGregor is introducing the MT-OS irons, specifically designed for players with slower swing speeds.

The 2008 product line also brings a signature series of MT ProWedges designed by Hall of Fame Club designer Don White, as well as several new Bobby Grace putters that incorporate his proprietary and patented DCT (Distance Control Technology) face inserts.

That's all for tonight. Watch for a rumors post in the coming days. We've heard some interesting ones and want to pass them along! Talk to you later… 

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