Reviewed by: Jack Hamner(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: 460S
Summary: I bought a new G30 that works well, but an old used 460S I bought at a thrift store outperforms ANY other driver I have ever owned!
Review Date August 10, 2014
Overall Rating 1 of 5
Value Rating 1 of 5
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Reviewed by: Michael J Callanan(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: all MG clubs
Summary: I have everything MG in my bag. The bad news is, they no longer offer the 427 putter I use, the hybrids I use and the 283MC irons I use. No headcovers or hats either. I don't know what or who screwed Master Grip up, but it's very disappointing. Because of all this now, I cannot rate this company more than 1 star even though all my clubs are a superior. product.
Review Date February 26, 2014
Overall Rating 4 of 5
Value Rating 4 of 5
Reviewed by: Charlie R(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: 283 irons
Summary: I have ben playing MG clubs for the last ten years and every time Mr Simmons designs a new set of irons I but them. I am 78 and with the glass shaft and senior flex I was able to increase my distance by 15 - 20 yards. Also you can't beat their gloves
Customer Service: I cannot remember ever having a problem with customer service.
Summary: I've had my MC283 Irons for 6 months or so,,and in that time I've demo'd Ping G10's,,Wilson Di7's,,Taylor made R7's,,Nike Sumo SQ's,,and many others, and to my surprise,didnt hit them any better or farther than The Master Grip irons. The best part is I paid less than $200 for the irons,,3 hybrids, and a 3 wood ---- Go figure!
Customer Service: Customer service is fair,,had some questions and never got decent answers
Similar Products Used: Ping G10 Taylor Made R7 Wilson Di7 Nike Sumo Sq