Maltby KE4 Hybrid Club Heads LH

Maltby KE4 Hybrid Club Heads LH

H18 - 370 bore (LH)
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Maltby KE4 Hybrid Club Heads LH

The main purpose of a hybrid is to replace those difficult to hit long irons or high lofted fairways with a club that is much easier to hit high and soft at a specific distance. The mass dimensional properties of a hybrid, coupled with their added shaft length, make it difficult to simply pick a hybrid by loft. The KE4’s “Screw-Within-A-Screw” weighting system allows the golfer numerous shaft length, weight or material options to attain the desired ball flight and distances.

  • Cast 17-4 Stainless Steel
  • “Screw-Within-A-Screw” weighting system allows head weight to be reduced by 8 grams or increased by 6 grams
  • Slight hosel offset for improved alignment
  • LH available in 18°, 21° , 24° loft options
  • FREE weight wrench
  • Recommended ferrule – 52PI
  • Product Code = MA0037L

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Hi can I get a H15 in a left hand? Thanks.

Asked by: Michael
No, this clubhead was discontinued a few years ago and the 18 degree heads are the only ones we have left in stock.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-10

Were there some production issues with these heads? I recently bought an 18 degree hybrid. It is no where near a .370 bore. I tried to put a 370 tipped shaft in, that I also just bought, it's not gonna fit. What is the bore dimension? 

Asked by: pwg
These hybrids were a .370" hosel bore. It is possible the bore could be a little tight. Generally .370" hosel bores are close to .375". It is also possible that the shaft tip is larger then .370", especially with graphite shafts. A .370" tip size graphite shaft is made to .370" then painted and clear coted and I have measured shafts in the .380" range. Many time the shaft has to be sanded before it will install into the clubhead.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-23

What's the loft? What irons would this hybrid possibly replace?

Asked by: TC grain
The loft is 18 degrees. At 18 degrees it could replace an 2 or 3 iron.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-17
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