MacGregor M85i Tourney Irons

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M85i Tourney

MacGregor Tourney M85i Iron Set 3-PW with Graphite Shafts The MacGregor Tourney M85i Irons are all about providing game-enhancing forgiveness without sacrificing feel. The deep, undercut cavity back, highlighted by MacGregors classic wingback design, creates a low center of gravity that promotes long, hot, high-flying trajectories with a large sweet spot, so you get added distance and forgiveness, even on off-center hits. Inside the cavity of each M85i Iron is a multi-material medallion and vibr

User Reviews (4)

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Zen golfer   Shoots in the 80s [Nov 23, 2013]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor Tourney M85i

Good combination of a game improvement design and a players iron. I was surprised how well these irons performed. Solid feel and long carry. The graphite shafts are an excellent match to the club head, resulting a lightweight club but heavy enough to still feel the club during the swing.

Customer Service

These irons are made by Golfsmith. Customer service is excellent. I have shopped there for many years.

Similar Products Used: I tested these against the Callaway XHot irons and Taylor Made Burner irons. I liked the MacGregors better.
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5
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5
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davers1516   Shoots in the 70s [Jan 19, 2011]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor M85I Irons

I carry a 7.3 handicap in Jacksonville florida and today played with a set of MacGregor Tourney M85I irons. It was as though I had been playing with them forever. They are not only beautiful, they function as well as any irons I have hit in years. I have not checked the loft, but am positive they have a strong loft because I was a full club longer with them than normal. Also, they have the TT GS 75 stiff shafts which I know sell for $20 each wholesale. For what it's worth, I would have shot par with them the first test run out if not for a couple of three putts. I am estatic. Thanks MacGregor, you out did yourself again. Good luck.

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5
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5
modmajgen   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 21, 2010]
Model Reviewed: Macgregor M85i tourney irons

I shooot high 80s to mid 90s and have been playing the same irons for 20 years.
I bought a set of Macgregor irons with graphite shafts because I got a $50 discount at GolfSmith and could try out the irons at the store. I had narrowed my choice down to three sets and chose the Macgregors rather than ording something online that I could not hit until I bought. I choose the M85i over the M75i because the M85is are less clunky and more like hitting a blade. After two sessions at the range and a few hits in the back yard, I am hitting them straighter and farther than my old irons. I love the feel of these irons and the graphite shafts are great for the joints. I looked at a lot of clubs online and hit a lot of clubs in the stores, these felt the best of everything I hit. They are smooth as butter. I am not a dead center hitter and these clubs offer the forgiveness I need without feeling like I am swinging a stick with a weight on the end.
My only complaint is Macgregor does not make a sandwedge in this line so I am still using my 20 year old steel shaft until I can find a wedge I like.

Customer Service

The sales people at Golfsmith were very helpful and let me try loads of clubs before I bought. In fact they steered me away from more expensive clubs to these.

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5
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5
jerseydogtx   Shoots in the 80s [May 22, 2010]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor M85i irons - 2010

Got a chance to play a few rounds with these irons. The most recent irons I have played with in the last year are as follows, TM R7TP, Cleveland CG Gold,X22's, Ping i15, Adams a7. So far, these are the longest irons out of the bunch. I know my distances, I play at least 4 times per week (I work at a country club). And these are getting me about 5-7 yards more per club. These irons are also very accurate and forgiving. They are in the game improvement category, but not super-game improvement. I do not like the thick top lines and wide soles on a lot of the new game improvement clubs. HI have to say though, these clubs are on the brink, they are right on the border for my taste, you have to go to a store and look for yourself. But, it didnt take long to get used to. The X22's are the next bulkiest out of the group I have tried, but I couldn't get past it with those, they were just too bulky. But for most of us that can't hit blades, you will love these. They're hot with a nice sweet spot and you know when you hit a good shot. I am not sure if you can work the ball with them that much. I have only played a couple rounds, and I only shoot in the high 80's so it's rare that I try to shape a shot around some crazy tree, under a house, over a dog, left of a car and onto the green. I am more of a straight shooter.

Anyway, you can see the list of irons I have hit within the last 2 years. They are all top of the line irons. And I can say I put a good swing on all of them, all have their pros and cons. And if you can't hit an 9 iron close to the flag, then you probably have swing issues and not club issues. However, I do LOVE these new 2010 MacGregor irons. They perform as well or better then all the irons I first listed. Lesser known name, but who cares, they also look sweet in the bag!!

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used: Adams a7, Ping i15, Callaway X22, TM R7 TP's, Hogan Apex Edge, Cobra FP, etc.
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5
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5
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