Shaft labels are present and are in decent shape. Toney Penna did indeed do these designs in a time when clubs were made my top notch players, not necessarily engineers. December 7, at 4: Ethan pope 18 years old. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

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The heads of these irons are quite small.

Posted June 20, Michelle Wie’s New Swing Changes. As far as I know the weights in the back aren’t moveable and can’t be swapped out. December 2, at 2: By iacasOctober 3 in Tour Talk. There seems to be a problem serving the request macgreegor this time. By nevets88October 4 in Tour Talk.

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The steel shaft has dulled and has finish wear e. All ferrules are intact and in excellent condition. The Golf Gods Suck.

Club heads have not seen macgreyor use, are in wonderful shape, and have no dings just look how nice the soles are in the first two photos. Included are a flat back, toe weighted, diamond back and rounded back.

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Definitely worth adding to your collection.

More refinements More refinements Golfsmith does own Macgregor Golf, lock, stock and barrel. Included here are the 4, 5, 6, and 7 Iron clubs. Play the ball as it lies. How heavy are they exactly?

Play the course as you find it. Posted September 29, Skip to main content. I suspect these add to the total weight because as I understand it, stiff shaft were made in large part simply by making the wall thickness greater so the dead weight goes up.

MacGregor Tourney M85T Drivers

Register for free today! Custom Bundle see all. They work fine on firm ground but I find my wrists get jarred and I get tentative with my wrist action. I believe my set is the version of the M85T with the thick topline.

A good drive for me with my R5 was in the range and I’m hitting this thing These irons are extremely heavy. Maybe the grass has died in a few places. It looks like a good looking club even by its shape. These are used and have nicks and scratches on them but are in working shape please see photos. Not for us working class folk though, even the 1 or 2 star rated clubs are a “touch” on the pricey side.


Deep face with a shorter crown and very curvy for i can only imagine aerodynamics. Not sure if its low spin, control driver or just a smash it up and long type. M75T is a different animal.