Thursday, 29 April 2010
I had a really close look at these three sets of Nike Golf Irons and I just love the Red Forged TW Blade, but my golf is just not good enough these days to use these 'pure' golf irons. This does not matter, as Nike Golf Designers have catered for players of all abilities.
Victory Red Irons Family Pictured from Left to Right: Victory Red Full Cavity, Victory Red Forged Split Cavity and Victory Red Forged TW Blade
It's more than apparent that Nike Golf Club designers have consulted with their staff players in the design of these tour blades. The same goes for getting feedback from amateur golfers in the build of the split cavity and full cavity irons, which are probably better for my standard of play these days, as I definitely need game improvement irons these days to improve my ball-striking.
I just love the design of these three different sets of Nike Victory Red golf irons. I firmly believe that the 'slimmer' look does not just look 'pure' but actually feels and plays great.
It is my experience that, thick soled golf irons, which are actually weighted to get the ball in the air, often result in many mid-high handicap golfers hitting thin' or 'fat' shots when playing off wet or baked turf. This can also get tangled up when playing out of rough. I just feel that Nike are heading in the right direction with the design of these irons.
That's my experience from playing with a lot of low, medium and high handicappers, and beginners over the years. I will now put my soap box away. I would be really interested to hear what others have to say in terms of the design and playability of these sets of Nike Golf Irons from the Nike Victory Red Family.
The Ed., GolfbloggerUK