RRP:    £99.99 23 March 2007
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The Masters MC-Z710 Driver comes with a choice of two designs – concave crown or traditional. The driver has two moveable weights, allowing the golfer to correct a hook or a slice.

The Masters MC-Z710 may cost less than £100, but it comes with a well thought out magnetic headcover and a weight kit.

Unfortunately, this is where our enthusiasm finishes, because the head sounds too loud. The type of golfer buying a £100 driver probably isn’t the sort who wants to draw attention to themself on the course, and that’s all you are likely to do with this.

That said, the shaft and grip are decent quality – as long as you like playing while wearing ear plugs!

Contact: 01934 523900
Web: www.the-masters-golf.co.uk
Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 12°

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Masters Golf MC- Today's Golfer 2007-03-23T10:01:00.0000000 The Masters MC-Z710 Driver comes with a choice of two designs – concave crown or traditional. The driver has two moveable weights, allowing the golfer to correct a hook or a slice. The Masters MC-Z710 may cost less than £100, but it comes with a well thought out magnetic headcover and a weight kit. Unfortunately, this is where our enthusiasm finishes, because the head sounds too loud. The type of golfer buying a £100 driver probably isn’t the sort who wants to draw attention to themself on the course, and that’s all you are likely to do with this. That said, the shaft and grip are decent quality – as long as you like playing while wearing ear plugs! Contact: 01934 523900 Web: www.the-masters-golf.co.uk Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 12° The Masters MC-Z710 Driver comes with a choice of two designs – concave crown or traditional. The driver has two moveable weights, allowing the golfer to correct a hook or a slice. 3.05
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