MacGregor Tourney M75T Drivers

MacGregor Tourney M75T Drivers 

DESCRIPTION

I just got this driver and went to play 9 holes after work. I hit 2 drives on every hole since I played alone. I hit the MacGregor driver and the Cleveland Launcher DST which is what I've been playing, using the same type of ball but with a different number to keep track. There are normally 7 driving holes out of 9 but this course has a 240 yard par 3, which is a normal drive for me so I got to hit 8 drives. 7 of the eight were in the fairway, or in one case on the green, with the MacGregor and I only missed by a couple of feet on the only fairway missed. Except for the missed fairway I got more yardage with the Macgregor on every hole. Not a ton but 3-4 yards is 3-4 yards! Straighter and longer! How can you beat that? In addition the driver is a great deal since MacGregor's fortunes as a company are down at the moment. They lose, you save. The UST shaft alone is $80.00. In addition the club looks great at address and doesn't sound like a tin can when you hit it. I like this club so much after only 1/2 a round I've ordered the 3 wood and a 3 hybrid. If you're in the market for a new driver be sure and try this one!

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 23, 2013]
Zen golfer
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: MacGregor Tourney M75T driver

the macgregor m75t driver has a very large sweet spot and a large face resulting in a very forgiving design. the cup-face design ensures that even mis hits go straight and long. i have used many drivers, but this one is the most accurate one i have tried. the 50 gram shaft is light but not too light.



Customer Service

this driver is manufactured by golfsmith. customer service is excellent.

Similar Products Used:

cleveland launcher 460, ping g10, callaway ft-9, titleist 905r, wilson staff superlight.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Apr 10, 2013]
Gordo
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: MacGregor M75T Driver

I bought an 11.5 Degree M75T Tourney Driver, "brand-new" ... even though they were 2010 Models. It is the straightest, most consistent driver I have owned. I am also right out there with all the Callaway and TaylorMade "technological marvels" that are being used by the golfers in my age bracket, at my course.

Pretty "pear-shaped" head, UST shaft EXTREMELY solid strike and pleasing, subdued sound.

MacGregor was a fine company who sold great equipment but it was economical enough that they couldn't generate the cash to spend on marketing "hooplah".

Customer Service

Not needed. Ordered and the club shipped ... well packed and very quickly.

Similar Products Used:

Too many to mention in a 1200 word limit!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Nov 05, 2010]
spydr
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: MacGregor Tourney M75T

I just got this driver and went to play 9 holes after work. I hit 2 drives on every hole since I played alone. I hit the MacGregor driver and the Cleveland Launcher DST which is what I've been playing, using the same type of ball but with a different number to keep track. There are normally 7 driving holes out of 9 but this course has a 240 yard par 3, which is a normal drive for me so I got to hit 8 drives. 7 of the eight were in the fairway, or in one case on the green, with the MacGregor and I only missed by a couple of feet on the only fairway missed. Except for the missed fairway I got more yardage with the Macgregor on every hole. Not a ton but 3-4 yards is 3-4 yards! Straighter and longer! How can you beat that? In addition the driver is a great deal since MacGregor's fortunes as a company are down at the moment. They lose, you save. The UST shaft alone is $80.00. In addition the club looks great at address and doesn't sound like a tin can when you hit it. I like this club so much after only 1/2 a round I've ordered the 3 wood and a 3 hybrid. If you're in the market for a new driver be sure and try this one!

Customer Service

No experience

Similar Products Used:

Cleveland Launcher, DST Ping G10, various TaylorMade

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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