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Maltby KE4 Tour Hybrids

Maltby KE4 Tour Hybrids

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Maltby KE4 Tour Hybrid - H3 $34.99 In Stock
Maltby KE4 Tour Hybrid - H4 $34.99 In Stock
Maltby KE4 Tour Hybrid - H5 $34.99 In Stock

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Maltby KE4 Tour Hybrids

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The KE4 Tour Hybrids feature stand alone performance but were also designed to compliment both the KE4 Tour and KE4 Forged iron models by providing an easy to hit replacement for long and mid irons. With a slightly deeper face height, square set up and decreased head volume preferred by traditionalist and better players, the KE4 Tour hybrids still provide unparalleled performance benefiting any caliber of player. Regardless of the face height or volume, Advanced Shell Technology insures the proper mass distribution for optimum performance. Dual Sole Rails and the adjustable weight screw locates mass low and rearward, increasing MOI and lowering the vertical center of gravity (.785) well below the golf balls equator for increased stability, forgiveness and distance control.

Designed for modern standard playing lengths (40.5- 19, 40 22, 39.5 25) the KE4 Tours interchangeable weights allow for multiple playing lengths and shaft weights to ensure precision gap fitting when transitioning from irons to fairway woods.

  • Precision Cast from 17-4 Stainless Steel
  • Dual Sole Rails and sole radius enhance ground contact.
  • Satin black PVD finish for durability.
  • Available in 3 lofts 19 (H3), 22 (H4) and 25 (H5) to replace hard to hit long irons providing more consistency in trajectory, distance and dispersion.
  • .370 bore diameter.
  • Product Code = MA0217


I like to play steel in my hybrids as i feel it gives me a better distance gap. What steel shaft do you recommend for the KE4 tour hybrid.

Asked by: Ecranswick
The KBS Hybrid (FS0020) is one to consider. You can really use any .370 tip iron shaft as long as the raw length is long enough and the trimming is done correctly for the head weight and length you want to play. The Golfworks
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-08-29