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MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons

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MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons

The MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons is a forged iron made from soft 1025 carbon designed for professional player and even amateur player. It comes with a computer numeric controlled (CNC) milled cavity back, and also the same quality forging and milling process found in the MT PRO-M Iron, but with a cavity back that provides more forgiveness and playability. The wedge shaped cavity muscle provides solid feel and feedback, offering forgiveness without sacrificing ball control, plus…

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MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons

The MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons is a forged iron made from soft 1025 carbon designed for professional player and even amateur player. It comes with a computer numeric controlled (CNC) milled cavity back, and also the same quality forging and milling process found in the MT PRO-M Iron, but with a cavity back that provides more forgiveness and playability. The wedge shaped cavity muscle provides solid feel and feedback, offering forgiveness without sacrificing ball control, plus it has a slightly more offset and larger head.

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The MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons is a classic looking club with minimal offset and a very thin top line. They are forged from soft 1025 carbon steel with a CNC milled face for greater control and accuracy. These irons were designed for the better player, who could use a little help from a cavity back club, and feature a little more offset than the blade which helps to square the club face at impact, plus the cavity is milled for consistency from club to club. The MT PRO-C Irons comes with Dynamic Gold D3 and Nippon NS Pro swing weight plus .355 tip diameter (Taper tip) and also features the grip Golf Pride DD2. The MacGregor MT PRO-C Irons are designed for right handed player and comes in various degree of lofts such as 3 iron with 21º loft, 60° Lie, 39 inch shaft length; 4 iron with 24º loft, 61° Lie, 38.5 inch shaft length; 5 iron with 27º loft, 61.5° Lie, 38 inch shaft length; 6 iron with 31º loft, 62° Lie, 37.5 inch shaft length; 7 iron with 35º loft, 62.5° Lie, 37 inch shaft length; 8 iron with 39º loft, 63° Lie, 36.5 inch shaft length; 9 iron with 43º loft, 63.5° Lie, 36 inch shaft length; and PW iron with 47º loft, 64° Lie, 35.5 inch shaft length. GW iron with 51º loft, 64° Lie, (either 35.5 inch steel length or 36 inch graphite length), SW iron with 56º loft, 64° Lie, (either 35.25 inch steel length or 35.75 inch graphite length), and LW iron with 60º loft, 64° Lie, (either 35.25 inch steel length or 35.75 inch graphite length). Loft usually is measured in degrees, of the angle at which the face of the club lies relative to a perfectly vertical face. Technically, iron loft and wood loft are measured slightly different, but the effective result is the same. Loft gives you an idea of how far and how high the ball will go.

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