Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads

Maltby KE4 Tour Iron Heads

KE4 Tour - #4 Iron Head
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KE4 Tour - #6 Iron Head
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KE4 Tour - #7 Iron Head
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KE4 Tour - #8 Iron Head
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KE4 Tour - #9 Iron Head
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KE4 Tour - Pitching Wedge
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KER Tour - Gap Wedge
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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.
  • Product Code = MA0219

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I bought a KE4 Tour iron head set 3 to W. Is this iron head can be fitted with a graphite shaft.

Asked by: Coco
Yes the KE4 Tour iron heads can be fitted with a graphite shaft. The changeable weight in the toe, which is 6 grams, can be changed to help with the swingweights.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-08

I've noticed that I cannot select a 5 iron head. Is the 5 iron head no longer available in this finish?

Asked by: kbuckeye
The Black finish KE4 Tour irons are being discontinued and we will not be getting any more of these in stock. We have replaced them with the non black finish MA0261.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-20

I really like the looks of these irons. Very nice look to them. However I read one of the reviews said the black finish scratches and chips if not protected. Did this ever get remedied or is/was there really an issue with this?

Asked by: JMH1221
The KE4 Tour Black PVD finish has been one of our best sellers for the last few years. Great performer. The PVD finish will wear, especially on the sole and the face. Some like the finsih wear and some do not. the wear does not affect performance. We decided to change the finish in the 2015 version (KE4 Tour +) and go back to more of a satin stainless finish. We still have the black PVD in stock and plan to phase them out this year. The new and the old are exactly the same design, just different finish.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-12-01

Looking at the 6Iron specs, I don't see anything different between the KE4 Tour Iron and the KE4 Tour +. Yet the KE4 Tour is rated MPF 701 versus KE4 Tour + rated MPF 855. I know the finish is different but what else is different?

Asked by: Silk
Good question, but there is an answer. When the original Tour came out, we had designed it to be at least a Super Game Improvment (701+) head. Because of the timeline of the catalog and the development timing of the original, we knew it would be at least 701+, but could not be certain if it would be 851+, which would make it an Ultra Game Improvement design. We had to make the decision to put 701+ on the head understanding that we could not overstate the value. We also had to get manufacturing going, so the original was going to be marked 701+. Once we received the final production, after we tweaked a few things from the prototype, it actually came in as the Ultra Game Improvement number of 866, which is what you see on the chart. The new head is exactly the same head with different cosmetics. The new cosmetics offered us the opportunity to change the MPF number on the head.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-09

I am looking for a Maltby Ke4 forged #7 iron of the previous series. Do you still can find me one?

Asked by: George04
The KE4 Forged iron (MA0218) is now sold in sets only, however, we can get you a #7 iron. If you are referring to the KE4 Tour (MA0219) which was the code in the question post, we have those in stock. If you need the Forged MA0218, you will need to contact our customer service department and reference this response and they can take your order for the KE4 Forged #7 iron.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-03

what is it about the hosel design that makes the club appear to have more offset at address than the TE for example??

Asked by: rich m
The KE4 Tour iron is designed with more offset than the TE Forged, so it should appear to have more offset. Offset is defined as the measurement from the leading edge of the hosel to the front portion (or leading edge) of the face on its centerline. This measurement is longer on the KE4 Tour than on the TE.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-26

did the KE4 Tour irons get sent to the USGA for approval?

Asked by: steve930
The KE4 Tour irons were not sent to the USGA for testing. They are manufactured to conform to the USGA guidelines, but we have not sent tot he USGA for their confirmation.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-02

are they game improvement iron heads?

Asked by: genem
Yes, the KE4 Tour irons fall into the Super Game Improvement category in our MPF rating system. The MPF system is explained here:
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-11-07
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