MacGregor Tourney MHT Hybrid
Released January, 2010
The Pros:The crown of the club helps golfers square up when addressing the ball.
The Cons:Not the best looking hybrid on the market.
The Tourney MHT Hybrid is a club from MacGregor’s 2010 lineup. This hybrid features “cup face 360 degree technology,” which allows potential ball speed and distance to reach its peak across the full face of the club.
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This means off-center impacts will fly in the direction intended. The topline of the club’s crown is designed to help novice golfers square up correctly, meaning greater reduction in potential mishits. This club is available in 19°, 22° and 25° lofts, with both right and left-handed options. In terms of flex, potential owners can choose between light, regular and stiff. All versions come with UST Mamiya Hybrid shafts, which are designed to be light-weight and yield golfers more overall distance. The MacGregor Tourney MHT Hybrid retails for $129.99.
- MacGregor Cup Face 360º Technology
- Low, deep center of gravity
- Flex: light, regular, stiff
- Hand: left, right
- Material: stainless steel
- Grip: rubber composition
- Loft: 19°, 22°, 25°
- Shaft: UST Mamiya Hybrid
User Reviews (2)
The crown of the club helps golfers square up when addressing the ball
Not the best looking hybrid on the market
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