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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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How tall will the machine be with the Maltby Stand?

Asked by: Brenton
Approximately 54" tall to the top of the machine when it is installed on the stand.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-20

Is there anywhere ?to buy used bending ?machine?

Asked by: Boge
Occasionally we will have a used bending machine but not at this time. You might check ebay. They have a section for clubmaking/repair equipment.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-09

Is there a link to the instructions anywhere there were none in the box.?

Asked by: Johnny10
Here is the link for the instructions.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-07-14

Can this device be calibrated? ?Also what is the brass disc at the bottom of the protractor assembly for?

Asked by: Rick C
The MA2017 is calibrated from the factory and should not go out of calibration. The brass disc at the bottom of the protractor assembly is for raising or lowering the protractor assembly when necessary to accomodate different hosel lengths. If the hosel is long, like on many wedges, you may need to raise the protractor so the part that extends to rest against the shaft is clear of the hosel.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-05-27

Can this be mounted on a work bench and still be effective.

Asked by: PGA want 2 Be
You can mount the bending machine on to the edge of a workbench but you will only be able to bend RH or LH irons and not both. You need to have access to both sides of the machine if you are going to bend both RH and LH irons. I would also suggest that the workbench be very sturdy. You don't want the bench to shift or move while bending a golf club.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-02-18

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
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