MacGregor V-Foil 410cc Forged Beta Titanium Drivers

V-Foil 410cc Forged Beta Titanium

  • Low band of perimeter weighting
  • Cold Forged beta titanium
  • Uniform face thickness for optimal spin
  • Precision CNC engraved
  • Square-cut scoring lines

User Reviews (3)

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paul_alcorn   Shoots in the 80s [Nov 03, 2006]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor V-Foil 410cc Forged Beta Titanium

I have been playing golf now for many years, but never consistantly. I was so poor off the tee that i used to take a couple of shots per round with a driver or 3wood, and every one would lose a ball. leaving me to take a 3 iron off the tee.

I managed to pick up one of these at a sports store and only bought it because it was so cheap.. £15 in sale... and it has been the very best decision of my golfing life.

Never have i used a more forgiving club off the tee!!! i now hit most fairways during a round, and never lose balls, which has really improved the score. It does sound a bit clanky even when hit really well, but i am averaging over 250yrds and every now and then spank one a mile, and my dreaded slice has taken a hike.

It looks nice with a kinda british racing green colour and green shaft, but really i'm just really impressed with the fact that i can now give myself a chance on all those long holes.

They are now really cheap as macGregor is not too trendy, but well worth it.

I would recommend that anyone buy this club as long as you dont mind the clanky sound, you will be very happy with your purchase.

Customer Service

Never had to use it

Similar Products Used: Titlest 975D Titanium
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
pplepiew   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 28, 2005]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor V-Foil 410 c.c.

I had been struggling with my drive for the past few years, never seeming to get consistency in either distance or direction. The joke with my regular golfing buddy is that it usually took me 2 shots to reach his 250+ yard drives. But that's all in the past since I bought this awesome MacGregor V-Foil Tourney 410 c.c. titanium driver. Not only am I hitting 10-12 fairways consistently, but I actually out-drove my buddy for the first time in 15 years! Last summer I tested the Cobra SZ 460, Callaway ERC Fusion, Titliest 975D and Taylor Made R540 drivers on the course and at the driving range, and I can't say that I got better results with these very expensive clubs than I did with my V-Foil ($42 brand spanking new on a slow Monday afternoon on eBay). The club inspires confidence right from the get-go. It looks classic at address (none of the flashy gimmicks you see nowadays like moveable weights and odd-looking screws here and there), but with the added advantage of volume (a reasonable 410 c.c.). Most pros will tell you that the shaft is as important as the clubhead, and the 53 gram, low-bend Tourney Distance Series R-Flex shaft by Graphite Design seems to have been made especially for me. I'll hit a slice with most R-Flex shafts, and the S-Flex is usually too stiff for my very rhythmical swing. But the Graphite Design shaft made especially for this club is somewhere between the two, and produces the best and most consistent results for me. Many have complained about the loud "clank" sound that a solid shot produces. But when a club hits this well, who cares what sound it makes? In fact I kinda like the fact that people turn around to look when I hit a few at the range. They can stare with envy at my long, straight drives as long as they want! Footnote: That buddy of mine with whom it used to take me two shots to reach his drive... well he was so amazed that I actually beat him a few times off the tee that he tried my driver and immediately fell in love with it. I found one for him on eBay, where they're now real cheap since the MacTec model was released.

Customer Service

Never needed it. I hear it's very good.

Similar Products Used: Cobra SZ 460, Callaway ERC Fusion, Titliest 975D, Taylor Made R540
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Gordo   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 23, 2004]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor V-Foil 410CC

I have an 11 Degree V-Foil w/ reg Aldila Hi-launch shaft cut to 44.5". My foursome is all equipped with King Cobra SS 427s. I have tried using their KCs, but just hit pulls - desd left. My V-Foil is right out there with them at a fraction of the cost! ($129 @ Dick's Sporting Goods). The most forgiving driver I have ever hit. All my other drivers now collect dust.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used: KC SS 427, Nike 360 Titanium, Cleveland VAS & Quadpro
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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