Maltby KE4 S Iron Heads

Maltby KE4 S Iron Heads


Maltby KE4 S Iron - #4 Iron -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - #5 Iron -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - #6 Iron -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - #7 Iron -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - #8 Iron -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - #9 Iron -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - Pitching Wedge -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron - Gap Wedge -
$21.99
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Maltby KE4 S Iron Heads

Maltby KE4 S Iron Views

  • Ultra Game Improvement, cavity back design with category leading MPF Playability making the KE4 S irons one of the most forgiving iron designs ever.
  • Extremely low center of gravity produces solid shots for a variety of swing types, especially those players with a sweeping type swing.
  • Aluminum and polymer 3 dimensional cavity medallion provides shock dampening at impact for an incredible feel, even on off center hits.
  • KE4 Weight Adjustable System allows for customization. Additional Maltby Triangle Weights available for fine tuning feel - 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 gram weights available. (MA002GT)
  • Recommended ferrule (52PI)
  • Product Code = MA0254

Maltby KE4 S Iron Clubhead Specifications

Maltby KE4 S Iron Heads is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Performance Bought a 7 iron head some time back. Have tried it with several steel and graphite shafts. With a UST IRN graphite shaft this club is very easy to hit and long. It has a nice medium ball flight. Good off center hit performance. A high quality club for sure. This head is more compact than other super game improvement heads out there, and the sole width is in the medium range. If you want a giant head or a very wide sole look elsewhere. Despite being more compact than some of those SGI or GI shovels, I find it just as easy to hit. I have played some TaylorMade RBZ irons over the last year, and this head performs as well or better than the TaylorMades.
Date published: 2015-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet! I have used many of the Maltby iron products the last several years and I was quite suprised with the feel of these irons.When struck dead center the feel is SWEET! When struck off center a little they are still solid, bit the feedback is enough to let you know you missed the shot. I assembled them with the axe tour x 95g iron shaft in a stiff flex and golf pride cp 2 pro grip. After adjusting to the (modern) jacked up lofts, I have hit some of the best iron shots I have hit in years. Make no mistake these irons are long, accurate and easy to hit in addition to an ALMOST forged feel. The appearance is not clunky at all at and honestly very eye appealing in the bag. Do not be afraid to give these a try!
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ONE OF THE BEST THEY HAVE EVER DESIGNED I PUT TOGETHER A SET 6--GW OF THESE SEVERAL MONTHS AGO AND HAVE FOUND THEM TO BE THE BEST OF THE KE 4 LOT. COMPLETE ADJUSTABILITY WITH WEIGHTS. I BOUGHT A FEW EXTRA WEIGHTS AND MADE ALL THE HEADS MATCH TO A GREAT MOI SET. I LOVE THE FACT THA MALTBY RATES THE HEADS WITH A PLAYABILITY FACTOR AND USE THAT WHEN PICKING A HEAD TO TEST. TRIED DIFFERENT SHAFTS AND FINALLY GOT A GOOD MATCH FOR ME. I PLAY GOLF EVERY DAY.
Date published: 2014-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My first custom clubs I recently retired and promised myself a set of proper tools. Chose these after hitting a test club. These feel great...straight and long. Anxious to see if the clubs and more practice change my game dramatically.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great idea for altering swing weigh Probably the only set of iron heads in the market that allows an easy way to alter the swing weight with out dismantling the club. Would recommend that the screw in head weights be hardened more as the triangle inserts tend to mark or distort easily from use.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from KE4-S: Maximum versatility in an iron head Except for an 18 year stretch when I gave up golf, I've been fascinated with the clubs offered by The Golfworks since I was selling clubs in a pro shop in the mid-1980's. In my opinion, the KE4-S is the best iron head Golfworks has produced. In addition, I think this club has raised the bar of iron design by offering the two weight ports with a wide range of adjustability. The club head comes equipped with two 4 gram weights installed. It is neatly shrink wrapped in plastic to protect it during shipping. The club design is a very normal/modern game improvement design. It has beautiful rounded edges and a moderately thick top line (not too thick, yet not too thin). It sets up nice at address and is very easy on the eyes. It's not overly large, nor is it small. You can purchase extra weights, from 2-14 grams each, should you want to. They are easy to swap out with the triangle weight tool (not included), and do not need epoxy to stay in place. I love to tinker with clubs so my main goal was to make it as heavy as possible, just to satisfy my curiosity. I have about 10 sets of irons in my collection from many major manufacturers. I can hit them all well, but I like to experiment with different club designs, weights, lengths, etc. I added two 14 gram weights to each port of the KE4-S. I'm a firm believer that there is a learning curve when trying out new clubs. I have no miracle story to share about the first time I hit the clubs; in fact, it was a rather ugly experience the first time, so I put it back in my bag and waited for another day. I will say that these irons have the best ball contact feel of any iron I have ever hit. Because I have them built so dramatically different from any other club I've played, I'm still adjusting to the swing feel. However, on my second trip to the driving range, I was starting to get used to them. Without a doubt, the most noticeable thing was the flight of the ball. In spite of the stronger lofts, the ball launched off the club face with a high trajectory, landing very softly, and was straight as a stick. I assembled my club with an Adila Low Torque graphite iron shaft in stiff flex. 1/2" long, aligned the shaft spine in the 12 o'clock/6 o'clock position, butt weighted the shaft with a 1/2" X 3" clevis pin, and used a Grip One oversize non-taper grip. This resulted in a heavy static weight club with a swing weight in the low C range (low swing weight because of the heavy butt weight). Note: Before the butt weight, the swing weight was an E-0 with both 14 gram weights installed). My choice of a tip flexible shaft likely attributed to the high trajectory, but I believe the low COG of the club head also made a difference. The real beauty of this club though is the availability to customize the weights to YOUR individual swing. By changing the head weights, you can change the swing weight, static weight, and club head COG. Regarding the COG, it not only can be moved from heel to toe, but also low to high -- that's significant. For me, I think I'm settling on a 14 gram heel weight and the 4 gram toe weight. You don't find that flexibility in weighting in any other club manufactured. In summary, it's a fantastic club that will make the game more enjoyable for player's who prefer a game improvement design.
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice clubs This is one of the few iron head which is really possible to adjust with weights. I just hoticed that the head weights is higly inaccurate and distance from the weight of one club to the other is not usual 7gr but vary from 2 grams to 12. Luckily you can adjust weights... Design is good and the play very well. Shipping price to italy and taxes are exorbitant.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value I mainly use hybrids and wanted to go to R flex in 7-PW. Instead of paying top dollar for a set and not using all of them - I use hybrids 6 & up - I had GW make these. I have played GW heads before and was very happy. The assembled clubs have gotten great remarks from others. Love the feel and playability of these.
Date published: 2016-03-17
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Are these available in left handed?

Asked by: Doc
No the KE4 S irons are not available in left handed. We previously had the KE4 LE2 (MA0175L) as the left hand model but it is being discontinued and we no longer have full sets of heads available. https://www.golfworks.com/maltby-ke4-u30-left-hand-iron-heads/p/MA0175L/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-10

Can KBS tour 110r shafts be installed in the KE4 S heads?

Asked by: drush
To install the KBS Tour 110 .355" taper tip shaft into the KE4 S irons you will need to use the SHIMT (.355 - .370) shim to make the shaft properly fit the .370" hosel bore. https://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-brass-adaptor-shims/p/SHIM/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-20

What size are weights that come in club heads

Asked by: Randy
In the KE4 S irons the weights are 4 grams each.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-20

Is there anywhere in the Dayton area to test and get fitted for Maltby clubs

Asked by: Derek
We do not have any retail stores that would have our products. I am not aware of any clubmaker's or repair shops in that area that might have our products.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-14

What are the stock weights that come in the KE4 S heads?

Asked by: Randy
With the KE4 S irons each stock weight weights 4 grams.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-10-24

Why are there no three irons in some of your iron sets?

Asked by: Kevin
When we were still offering 3 irons with the all of the sets it got to where we were not selling enough of them to justify the cost of making them.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-29

loft angles for KE-4 club heads?

Asked by: Steve G
At this link scroll down the page to the black specification box and you will see all the specifications including loft. http://www.golfworks.com/maltby-ke4-s-iron-heads/p/MA0254/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-06

I purchased a set of these left  handed heads and built them with no problem. The person I built them for tells me the weights are loose. Is this normal and should I be concerned about them. Is there anything I can do to tighten them?

Asked by: Loubo
The weights will eventually back themselves out over time. We recommend they be tightened once assembled as they are only factory set. If you would like to make them more secure, you can use plumbers tape on the threads when tightening them. if you want them to be permanent, you can epoxy them into the heads.
Answered by: Brent Dill
Date published: 2017-01-27
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