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Maltby Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine

Maltby Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine

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Maltby Iron Bending Machine $699.99 In Stock
Floor Stand (optional) $109.99 In Stock
Floorstand Parts Tray (optional) $27.99 In Stock

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Maltby Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine

GolfWorks Maltby Golf Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine

The Maltby Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine will quickly and accurately bend any iron and also safely bend hybrid models with at least a 3/4" length hosel. The addition of the hybrid attachment makes the already “industry standard” bending machine a must have for all Professional Clubmakers.


  • Smooth sliding Protractor Assembly measures right or left-handed clubs for loft and lie within 0.5°
  • Unique Shaft Guide assures the shaft is in the proper position when recording loft and lie readings
  • New Brass Soling Discs securely clamps any iron, right or left-handed
  • Brass clamping Top Jaw secures the head without marring the iron’s finish and prevents slippage
  • Brass Toe Stop helps prevent slippage
  • Heavy duty T-Bar Bolt moves smoothly for quick, secure tightening of heads
  • New Hybrid Rubber Top Jaw Attachment installs quickly to allow easy bending of most hybrids
  • Short Hosel Bending Bar included (GW1036)
  • Protractor assembly easily adjusts in height to measure wedges with long hosels
  • Adjustable, Non-Marring Brass Bending Bar included (BNMB)
  • Can be bench mounted or floor mounted with use of the New GolfWorks Heavy Duty Machine Stand (preferred)
  • Complete instructions included.

Please Note: Additional shipping charges required due to weight.
Maltby Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Machine This machine does exactly what I want -- measures loft and lie on irons and hybrids and allows me to bend them to meet players' needs.
Date published: 2015-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from willandale This is ok some clubs dont fit that great.
Date published: 2010-02-18
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Is there a chart or simple formula I can use to show a player how far off target a shot will be if the lie angle is incorrect? For example how far off target will a 56 degree wedge be if it is hit 100 yards with the lie angle 2 degrees upright?

Asked by: dgantzler
  • 2015-01-30T09:47CST
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