- Product Description
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Maltby KE4 ST-2 Driver
- Precision investment cast body from 6-4 Titanium
- Forged 6-4 Titanium Face CNC milled to exact specifications to increase the effective sweet spot and maximize ball speeds over a greater face area.
- Adjustable Weight Technology (AWT) allows for cusomization of head feel.
- Sole Weight positioning optimizes spin for maximum distance.
- 455cc head volume produces high MOI and a desirable look at address.
- Deep Face Design expands the hitting area and aids in controlling trajectory
- 6 gram sole weight installed. 2,4,6,8,10,12 and 14 grams screws are available. (MA002GT)
- Sole weight screw wrench available (MA0032WT)
- Recommended head cover (MA0234)
- Product Code = MA0244
Maltby KE4 ST-2 Driver is rated
Rated 5 out of
Awesome clubhead and the first review????
I got a chance to hit the St-2 driver last night. put the pack together with the KK Silver shaft. Tipped the stiff shaft 1" and assembled at 44 1/2." Used the 14 gram weight in the head to get the swingweight up. Had the pros at Golfworks hand pick the head. 9* of loft and 1* open face angle (when I miss it's a hook so the FA should help).
Went to a range that I go to often that you actually hit into water. There is a plastic pipe that goes across at 280 yards. I was consistently flying the ball over that piece of pipe (all carry). At the end I took out a beat up Chrome + ball I had in the bag. Crushed it at least 15 yards over that pipe.
Only wish I would've tried this head sooner! I cannot believe I am the first reviewer!
Date published: 2015-04-02
All things being equal (shaft, grip, swingweight, loft, etc.) which KE4 head will be prone to having a higher launch? I need a higher trajectory so I am considering a KE4 head with either the Rocket or Prolite HL, or Kujoh shaft.
Admin, as a follow up...if the Rocket and Prolite HL are given a 4B3M playability factor (along with the Axivcore Blue and Ozik White Tie) how can they be designed to decrease launch angle?
Date published: 2015-03-25
Can this head be combined with a longer shaft? and if so, do you have a recommendation. The driver I have is old but, I made it extra long for distance for me. I AM 68 AND HAVE SLOWED MY SPEED. What would be a good shaft to put with this head?
Yes, just about any shaft can be installed into the ST-2 driver at longer lengths. If you are going to make the driver 1" to 3" longer than standard I would recommend that you go with a shaft in the 50 gram weight range. The Xcaliber Tour SL would be a good option and is available in a L and A flex.
Date published: 2015-03-02
Hi . regarding the Maltby KE4 ST-2 Driver, what kind of shaft does this come with, or do you have various shafts available for the $99 price? Also, what kind of grip? thanks. carl
The KE4 ST-2 driver head is on sale for $99 currently. That is the head only. You can ick any shaft and grip in our catalog and have the club assembled. The assembly charge is $10.00. We do have several "club paks" with the ST-2 driver with choices of shafts. If you put in the MA0244 code in the search box on our website, you can see all the options. The paks do not come assembled, be we can also assemble the paks for the same price.
Date published: 2015-02-24
Is the KE4 ST-2 USGA conforming?
We have not sent the KE4 ST-2 driver to the USGA for conformance testing. We are in the process of getting it sent for testing. It will be conforming, but not "officially" by the USGA as of today. We hope to have it done by early 2015.
Date published: 2014-11-19
Left handed available? Thanks.
At this time, the KE4-ST2 driver is not available in Left Hand.
Date published: 2014-11-13
When will this head become available in a 12 degree head? I asked this question last week, but received no answer.
We currently do not have plans for a 12 degree version of the KE4 ST-2 driver.
Date published: 2014-09-19
What happened to all of the comments?
Sorry for the delay. The Q&A feature was just implemented this week and we are just now getting out of the test phase. Most questions should be answered very shortly.
Date published: 2014-08-28
Does this head meet USGA regulations