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RARE - DON WHITE - TOUR ISSUE MACGREGOR NVG2 4-9 IRONSET

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For sale is a rare iron set from MacGregor - Hand ground Tour Issue 4-9 NVG2 irons by Don White, master clubmaker who made clubs for Nicklaus, Norman and
Palmer, as well as many others while at MacGregor. Don has since worked for Scratch Golf, and currently grinds for National Custom Works. 

These are the only set of game improvement irons I have been able to track down, and the only set of NVG2's with the famous DW stamp on them. NVG2's were played by Greg Norman on tour in 2007. 

The clubs do show signs of use, but are in fairly good condition; the grooves are still very good and faces in great shape. There are some small chrome cracks where the face meets the hosel, but have had them checked out by my trusted local shop and they are just cosmetic. Shafts are TrueTemper DynaLite Gold s300 in great shape that are 3/4 inch longer than standard, and Golf Pride grips with a little life left in them. 

Asking $450 OBO Shipped. 

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