MacGregor Golf Unveils V FOIL SPEED Driver
Rich with history, MacGregor Golf will again turn heads this season with the launch of its new V FOIL SPEED Driver, which combines the heritage and innovation that has seen the brand claim 59 major championships, with affordability.
Sporting a stylish matte black 460 cc full titanium head with elegant lines, the V FOIL SPEED sits perfectly behind the ball, inspiring confidence at address. The ultra-thin face delivers significant ball speed and distance gains while the expanded sweet spot, bespoke premium lightweight graphite shaft and high MOI design add in the perfect combination of distance, control and forgiveness off the tee.
Finished off with a soft compound MacGregor grip that has been designed to provide the perfect combination of comfort and secure connection to the club, the V FOIL SPEED Driver is packed with performance features that can compete with the best brands in the industry.
Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Tom Watson and Jose Maria Olazabal are just some of the big names who have relied on MacGregor’s winning performance in the past and it is this tradition of performance clubs that has inspired the latest generation.
“Our aim at MacGregor is to provide golfers with clubs that they can be proud of and that uphold the Major winning traditions of the company,” commented Graeme Stevens, M.D. at MacGregor Golf. “The V FOIL SPEED Driver and the rest of the V FOIL line that will follow shortly are worthy additions to the MacGregor family, and we are delighted that we can provide these fantastic new products at a fraction of the price that golfers would expect to have to pay for clubs of this quality.”
The V FOIL SPEED Driver is set up for any golfer outside of those with the highest swing speeds. So, whether a beginner or an established club golfer, anyone with an eye for affordable quality will benefit from the V FOIL SPEED.
The V FOIL SPEED Driver is available in 10.5° and 12° lofts at an SRP of £144.99.
For more information, please visit www.macgregor-golf.co.uk.
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