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Feb 24th, 2017

MacGregor launch DCT elite range

Great bangs for your bucks

MacGregor, one of the oldest and most famous brands in the world of golf, is launching its DCT elite driver, fairway woods and hybrids, which are designed to suit golfers of varying standards.

With an RRP of just £79.99, MacGregor’s DCT elite driver offers an excellent blend of value, technology and performance. With a 460CC titanium head and expanded sweetspot, the driver delivers power and forgiveness.

Available in lofts of 10.5º and 12º, the head has been designed to create a high MOI for increased stability at impact. The ultra–thin face helps generate increased ball speeds resulting in longer, booming drives. Finishing touches include a lightweight graphite shaft and premium, soft compound MacGregor grip.

The DCT elite fairway woods come in #3 and #5 options, with 15º and 18º of loft respectively. With an RRP of £49.99, the clubs feature a larger profile design and shallow face.

 Manufactured from stainless steel, they also boast a high MOI design to increase stability and forgiveness on off–centre strikes. The power channel sole helps generate increased ball speeds for added distance. Premium components include a custom–matched lightweight shaft and soft compound MacGregor grip.

The MacGregor DCT elite hybrids are available in lofts of 21º and 24º. With an RRP of £49.99  and featuring a larger profile design, these clubs offer great value for money.

The shallow face, high MOI design and power channel combine to improve launch from a variety of lies. These technologies also produce greater forgiveness on off–centre strikes and increased ball speeds. As with the driver and fairway woods, the DCT elite hybrids come with lightweight graphite shaft and soft compound MacGregor grip.


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TAGS: MacGregor, Equipment, 2017, Driver, Fairway Woods, Hybrids