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MacGregor MAC TEC NVG2 Mid Wedge

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Quick Stats

Quick Stats

Manufacturer:

MacGregor

Year of Introduction:

2007

MSRP (new):

Head Material:

Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits


• Cup Face 360 technology and a progressive tungsten weighting system result in a high ball flight for long irons and a controlled ball flight for short irons.
• Newly designed heads provide the ultimate combination of groundbreaking technology and world-class design that golfers of all skill levels demand

About The Manufacturer

About The Manufacturer

MacGregor Golf was founded in 1897 and is the second oldest golf company in the United States. Now owned by the Parkside Group under the leadership of Chairman and CEO Barry Schneider, MacGregor offers a full product line including high quality golf clubs, bags, outerwear and accessories. The manufacturing headquarters for the company are located in Albany, Georgia. MacGregor has a long held stake in the game with 59 Majors and 5 club makers having been inducted into the Club Makers Hall of Fame. MacGregor’s current Tour staff includes Greg Norman, Jose Maria Olazabal, Aaron Baddeley and Bill Glasson.