MacGregor V-FOIL Go Long Driving Irons

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V-FOIL Go Long Driving

  • Hybrid design
  • Large sweet spot
  • Massive weight low
  • Extended shaft lengths

User Reviews (4)

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Gordo   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 19, 2013]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor Go Long VFoil

After struggling with fairway woods and hybrids (that I just can't hit!) as I got older, I found the MacGregor Go Long "irons".... they are a dream come true!! I bought the 16 and 19 degree clubs to replace 3 and 5 woods. Believe me, you can hit these perfectly straight, consistently....and they are just as long as well hit fairway woods.

These Go Long clubs will NEVER leave my bag. They were a club that never caught on, because people just didn't try them. The market leaders were pushing hybrids as "easy to hit", so the Go Long was only made for one year... then replaced with MacGregor hybrids (which I can't hit, either!!).

Customer Service

Not needed.

Similar Products Used: Every fairway wood and hybrid out there ( most of which I'll be selling).
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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JJ   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 17, 2007]
Model Reviewed: macgregor v foil go long

I have owned the 16 degree for two years and recently bought the 19 degree for $25.00. Both have the stiff graphite shaft that came stock. Prior to these hybrids I tried Taylor made,cleveland and Ping. None of the afor mentioned clubs can compare to the macgregor for versatility,playability, and of course most important,distance and control. The feel is amazing as well. Why macgregor discontinued this club is beyond me. Low and mid handicap players will love the ability to work the ball with this club and the high handicaper will enjoy the forgiveness and distance. This club is a real sleeper and can be had cheap on ebay and the quality of materials and build is second to none.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
swartzd   Shoots in the 90s [Mar 27, 2007]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor Go Long 19deg.

I've played MacG 565 irons for a year and really love them. Was in Martin's in Myrtle Beach last week and saw this club in the clearance section for $14.95! Was carrying 20 and 23deg Nickent 3DXDC hybrids which I like but for this price, decided to give the Go Long a go. Wow, I thought the Nickents were easy to hit well! Now the Go Long is in the bag in place of the 20deg 3DX. These things are simply stupid easy to hit long and straight and have a way better feel than hybrids (they're forged). Can't be happier with my MacG's.

Customer Service

Not used

Similar Products Used: Adams iwood,Dunlop Loco util.,Nickent 3DXDC
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Tom Borkowski   Shoots in the 80s [May 14, 2006]
Model Reviewed: MacGregor Go-Long Irons

I’ve never been able to hit fairway woods very well but could hit fairway irons with confidence. Go-Long are two clubs ( 16° and 19°) from MacGregor Golf Company that look and feel like irons but go long like fairway woods. The shafts have more length than normal irons. The heads are more massive. The day I tried them they felt great to me. The day I bought them my game improved. I put away my 3 and 5 woods, and 3 iron which I traded for a 52° wedge. No more did I feel uncomfortable with long fairway distances—bring them on. The clubs were created in 2004-5 but have now been replaced by MacGregor’s new technology long fairway clubs that are claimed to have a larger sweet spot and look like fairway woods with midget heads. I have not been tempted to upgrade my Go-Long clubs because they still feel great and work great for me.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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