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Nicklaus Polarity MTR

The Nicklaus Polarity MTR irons are raising performance levels with their revolutionary new extended weighting system. By extending weight to the outmost toe and hosel areas, club head stability is enhanced. It is designed with Maximum Twist Resistance (MTR) due to the patented extreme polar weight distribution that creates an extremely high Moment of Inertia (M.O.I.), also promotes straighter shots and tighter shot dispersion, plus featuring a low centre of gravity (CG) due t…

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Nicklaus Polarity MTR

The Nicklaus Polarity MTR irons are raising performance levels with their revolutionary new extended weighting system. By extending weight to the outmost toe and hosel areas, club head stability is enhanced. It is designed with Maximum Twist Resistance (MTR) due to the patented extreme polar weight distribution that creates an extremely high Moment of Inertia (M.O.I.), also promotes straighter shots and tighter shot dispersion, plus featuring a low centre of gravity (CG) due to the wide, cambered sole promoting a higher ball flight.

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The Nicklaus Polarity MTR Irons are the latest member of Nicklaus Golf Equipment's Premium collection designed by Clay Long, who designed many of Jack Nicklaus' club during Nicklaus PGA Tour years. It features the extreme weight distributions that extend the face and adding more weight to the hosel. It also have a wide, cambered sole along with progressive offset and sole width (more on long irons, less on short irons) which provides more balance and stability through the hit, higher Moment of Inertia (MOI) and this is the reason the irons is called the MTR which acronym “maximum twist resistance.” It also comes with extended face for added stability; double heat-treated 4-31 pH stainless steel and 17-4 stainless steel club head. Besides that, it comes with low centre of gravity (CG) due to the wide, cambered sole that promotes a higher ball flight, and feel-enhancing Polymer Urethane insert, plus Pro Silver, ultra light steel shaft [FST Pro Silver Ultra Light Steel (R, S flexes)], by FST, which is a revolutionary lightweight 100 gram shaft with superior launch and spin characteristics. Other standard shafts include the Precision Rifle Black Graphite (A, R, S flexes) and Nicklaus SG Pro 3.01 (L flex). The Nicklaus Polarity MTR irons comes in various degree of lofts such as 3 iron with 21º loft, 59° Lie (either 39 inch steel length or 39.5 inch graphite length), 4 iron with 23.5º loft, 60° Lie, (either 38.5 inch steel length or 39 inch graphite length), 5 iron with 26º loft, 61° Lie, (either 38 inch steel length or 38.5 inch graphite length), 6 iron with 29º loft, 61.5° Lie, (either 37.5 inch steel length or 38 inch graphite length), 7 iron with 33º loft, 62° Lie, (either 37 inch steel length or 37.5 inch graphite length), 8 iron with 37.5º loft, 62.5° Lie, (either 36.5 inch steel length or 37 inch graphite length), 9 iron with 42º loft, 63° Lie, (either 36 inch steel length or 36.5 inch graphite length), PW iron with 46.5º loft, 64° Lie, (either 35.5 inch steel length or 36 inch graphite 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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