Club makers spread their wings

Masters Golf introduce range of clubs, which claims to cover whole the spectrum of golfers looking for quality and value

Bob Warters's picture
Wed, 23 Nov 2005

Club makers spread their wings

MC-Z700 iron

With many golf club manufacturers specialising in particular areas – whether it be for the professional and better player, game improver or beginner – it’s unusual to find a company prepared to spread its products across a wide range of needs.

However, The Masters Golf Company – perhaps best known in the past for its starter sets and golf accessories – is introducing a new range of clubs during December and in the early part of 2006 with which it claims to cover the spectrum of all golfers looking for quality and value.

Prices will start from £99 for a five-club MC-Z100 starter pack (including bag) to £299 for a 9-club set of graphite-shafted MC-Z700 irons (3-SW), with a moveable weighting system to suit individuals. Steel shafts cost £249 per set.

In between and, like the MC-Z100, not available until the New Year will be the MC-Z300 hybrid pack (from £149) and the MC-Z500 game-improver irons from £199.

The premium-priced MC-Z700 irons, available in December, feature interchangeable tungsten and aluminium bolts to weight either heel or toe for different ball flights, high trajectory cavity back heads and Lamkin grips.

You can also purchase separately, or mix into the set for an overall price, a 10.5 or 12 degree driver, fairway metals (3-, 5- or 7-wood), hybrid irons (19, 23 and 26 degree) and a putter with a milled insert face and interchangeable weight cartridges.