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Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads



Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads

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Product Name Price Status Qty
KE4 Tour - #4 Iron Head $24.99 In Stock
KE4 Tour - #5 Iron Head $24.99 In Stock
KE4 Tour - #6 Iron Head $24.99 In Stock
KE4 Tour - #7 Iron Head $24.99 In Stock
KE4 Tour - #8 Iron Head $24.99 In Stock
KE4 Tour - #9 Iron Head $24.99 In Stock
KE4 Tour - Pitching Wedge $24.99 In Stock
KER Tour - Gap Wedge $24.99 In Stock

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Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads

KE4 Tour Iron Views

The Maltby KE4 Tour irons are a true players cavity back design. The minimal offsets progress from .135” in the #4 iron to .100” in the wedges which appeals to players who want a Super Game Improvement iron without extreme offset. With a thin (.310”) radiused top line thickness and a slightly notched hosel to top line transition, the KE4 Tour irons provide the “look” discerning players prefer at address. Consistent moderately wide sole widths (.800”) and progressive bounce angles provide the perfect combination of turf forgiveness regardless of the playing conditions

The toe weighting and undercut cavity correctly places more weight to the perimeter and rear of the club head increasing MOI (Moment of Inertia) and positioning the head mass for the best possible combination of feel and forgiveness.

The KE4 Tour irons come with a factory installed 6 gram toe weight but can adjusted in weight using the KE4 Screw System to allow for multiple shaft length and weight options. Additional 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 gram weights are available.

  • ”Tour” design features less offset and a minimal top line and sole widths.
  • Manufactured from heat treated 431 stainless steel for a soft, solid forged feel.
  • .370” hosel diameter
  • Dark PVD finish eliminates glare, increases finish durability and allows for loft and lie adjustments.
  • Free weight wrench (MA0032W $6.99) with set of 8 purchase.
  • Product Code = MA0219


 
Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads is rated 4.3333 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Maltby KE4 Tour Irons For a number of years I've played the CER 851 UM irons. I also have a set of the original KE4s, which I find forgiving but shorter than the CERs. Recently I built a 6 iron test club of the new KE4 Tour, with the black finish. I shafted it with the MPF Distance graphite, in A flex (I'm an old guy). I really liked the way it played, so I have just completed the set, 4 through GW, all with the MPF Distance, 1/2 inch over long, with oversize Winn Excel grips. I ordered the heads bent 2* upright, and it is impossible to see any creases or evidence of bending - a great job. Wow, what a sharp looking set of irons. I took them to the range to get a feel for them and they didn't feel quite right, but the adjustable weight port in the back of the head allowed me to tinker with the swingweight, and easily get the feel where I needed it. The black finish might not be for everyone, but I find it a very clean look, and it really makes
Date published: 2012-09-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Irons But I have been playing a set of Maltby M05's since 1994. I have always wanted a set of black irons, so when these came available March 2012 I ordered 6Iron thru GW. They are nice Irons, however the black finish scratches easily and will chip if not protected from banging together in the bag.
Date published: 2013-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads I purchased and built a KE4 Tour 7 Iron two weeks ago to try it out on the course. This head is very forgiving and long. I am surprised I am able to still work the ball when needed. This past weekend I ordered the remaining set of irons. This is a great club and looks fantastic.
Date published: 2012-07-19
 

Are these considered "legal grooves" after the 2010 ruling by the USGA? (Currently legal...for all USGA / PGA events?)

Asked by: AVPGA
The KE4 Tour irons were manufactured with grooves that would comply to the post 2010 groove rule. However, we have not sent them to the USGA for their testing and approval, which is required in events that require "the condition" of competition as set forth by the USGA. If "the condition" is not required, they are still conforming, and can be used in evnets as a conforming design. We do plan to send them to the USGA for approval in the coming months so that they can be used in all events that require "the condition" of competition. The Golfworks
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-08-28