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MacGregor M85i Irons


$700.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Low price for a full set of clubs, good for the casual or beginner player. Can handle a fair amount of abuse without looking scuffed or scratched up. Clean lines and nice designs look impressive.

The Cons:Can't do much to work a shot, tend to shoot straight no matter what.

The M85i irons are a set golf clubs from MacGregor’s 2010 lineup. The M85i irons feature a deep undercut cavity design with a rearward center of gravity, meaning optimized shot trajectory and accuracy.

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Product Shot 2 For beginner golfers, this means increased forgiveness and greater distance on shots. The M85i is built with what MacGregor calls a “classic wing back design.” This is similar to the shape of MacGregor’s Tourney clubs, allowing owners to mix and match their clubs in style. This set of irons is available with steel or graphite shafts. The steel version features the True Temper GS75 shaft, while the graphite version features the MacGregor M5T shaft. In terms of flex, potential owners can choose between regular or stiff. The MacGregor M85i Irons start at $699.99.

Features

  • Versatile playability (forgiveness)
  • Deep undercut cavity design (optimized shot trajectory/accuracy)
  • Flex: regular, stiff
  • Hand: left, right
  • Grip: rubber composition
  • Shaft: True Temper GS75 (steel) or MacGregor M5T (graphite)

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    low price for a full set of clubs, good for the casual or beginner player

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    can handle a fair amount of abuse without looking scuffed or scratched up

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    clean lines and nice designs look impressive

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    feel smooth and buttery when you connect

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    shoot very straight every time, lots of forgiveness

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    reasonably slim lines at address, not overly bulky as some high-forgiveness clubs

Cons
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    can't do much to work a shot, tend to shoot straight no matter what

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