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Macgregor covers the bases with three new balls for 2010
February 2010

Golfsmith Europe is introducing three all new Macgregor golf balls for 2010.

The three-piece MacGregor VIP ball has a 330-dimple pattern cover, giving a whole range of dynamic features to enhance performance, distance and control. The uniquely large energetic gradient growth soft core diameter provides exceptional ball velocity with an ideal high launch angle but low spin launch dynamics for maximum carry and distance. The highly resilient but thin ionometer boundary layer offers maximum durability with the ultra thin urethane cover delivering exceptional feel.

The new Macgregor VIP ball

The VIP ball is ideal for shot shaping, spin control, pin-point distance control and stroke-saving short game feel land control, without sacrificing distance. RRP £40.00 per dozen.


The new Macgregor Tourney ball

The two piece MacGregor Tourney ball combines explosive distance off the tee with an ultra-soft feel for excellent touch around the green.

The advanced 432-dimple pattern offers superior aerodynamics for optimal launch and spin control, while the low compression core provides superior feel on all shots.

The Tourney ball comes in a 16-ball Bonus pack. RRP £20.00 per 16 ball pack.


The new Macgregor DX ball

The two piece MacGregor DX ball is precision engineered to convert core momentum into distance through a high-energy core and responsive thin cover material.

The advanced 432-dimple pattern offers superior feel and control as well as longer and straighter shots. Great value for money, the DX ball comes in a 24-ball pack at an RRP of only £20.00 per Double Dozen.

For further information please contact or call +44 (0)1480 308 800.

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