For much of the 20th century MacGregor Golf was one of the biggest brands in the golfing world picking up 59 majors thanks to the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Tom Watson and Jose Maria Olazabal using their equipment to great effect.
Fast forward to the modern day, however, and there will be plenty of new golfers who have never even heard of MacGregor, let alone use their golf gear.
The company are seeking to change things this summer by moving back into the mainstream with their new V Foil Speed Driver, which combines their heritage of innovative design with affordable quality.
MacGregor say that the new driver should provide the performance of the best in the market, at a quarter of the price of the top brands.
With a stylish matte black 460cc titanium head and 'elegant lines', the V Foil Speed is designed to inspire plenty of confidence at address with a friendly look that sits nicely behind the ball.
An ultra thin face is responsible for ball speed and distance gains, while the expanded sweet spot, lightweight graphite shaft and high MOI design provide a combination of distance, control and forgiveness off the tee.
Finished with a soft compound MacGregor grip, the V Foil Speed is packed with performance features that mean it can compete with some of the biggest names in the golfing industry.
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.
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.
Graeme Stevens, Managing Director at MacGregor Golf
MacGregor is saying that the V Foil Speed is ideally suited to any golfer outside of those with the highest swing speeds, be it a beginner or established golfer, and particularly those who are looking for a good deal.
The V Foil Speed Driver is available now in both 10.5° and 12° lofts at an SRP of £144.99.
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