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Nike SQ 460cc Drivers Review

Nike SQ 460cc


Description
The SasQuatch (SQ) 460 Driver. The SQ 460 features a distinctive yellow sole design and club head design with what company officials call the "ideal ratio" between the width of the club face and the depth of the club head.


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Review Date
June 14, 2012

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Reviewed by: John Lee ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
NIKE SQ

Summary:
Great product



Review Date
June 28, 2010

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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1.00 of 5, 4.00 votes

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Reviewed by: garaffer ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Nike SQ 460cc

Summary:
I play a Maxfli Power Max at home, which I think is the best driver you can get for under $100 (I've hit many different drivers at shops, ranges and borrowed friends' drivers on the course). WHile traveling on business I rented a set of Nike Clubs at the course. The Nike Slingshot irons shot as well as my own Dunlop irons, but the Nike SQ Dymo hit a little further and a little straighter. I average hitting about 50% of fairways with my Maxfli driver...averaging about 210 - 230 yds off the tee. Using the Nike SQ Dymo 460cc, in two days I hit 19 out of 30 fairways and averaged about 220 - 245 in distance. For $100-125, Nike SQ Dymo 460cc is a great value in a driver.



Review Date
November 22, 2009

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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1.38 of 5, 8.00 votes

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Reviewed by: charlie ,  Shoots in the 100s

Model Reviewed:
nike sq 460cc

Summary:
its good coz tiger wood has it and i do not have



Review Date
May 26, 2009

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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2.33 of 5, 3.00 votes

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Reviewed by: schoolp ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Nike Sasquatch 9.5 driver

Summary:
I love this driver. All the good reviews written above are so true. I was seeking a forgiving driver yet one that I could grow in to and eventually hit fades and draws, etc... I was planning on getting the Calloway Diablo or Ping because of their reviews on Golf Digest until I came across this driver at Sports Authority for only $150 and advertised to have both control and forgiveness. I bought it, went to the range and instantly I must have hit my first 15 shots perfectly straight over 200 yds.

Customer Service:
customer service? Where I bought the club? I don't understand what is supposed to be written in this box...

Similar Products Used:
Callaway Big Bertha, Diablo, numerous demos. I was playing with this guy who just bought a Diablo and making slices and pulls all day. I suggested he try out my new Sumo. He hit a nice draw 20 yds farther than any of his Diablo T's all day. Nike, I'm yours.



Review Date
January 14, 2009

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: jlfoxworthy ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Nike SQ460 Lucky 13

Summary:
I'd long ago given up the hope of hitting a driver from the tee box. In fact, I'd been using a 3-wood with an extended shaft off the tee for years to take advantage of the increased loft. Even with this approach I was hit-or-miss from the tee; if I managed to hit the sweet spot then I was straight but if I missed even in the slightest, I was often in the trees. The 460cc driver wave came and many of my friends spoke highly of the increased forgiveness of the larger club face but I feared giving up the extra loft. The Nike lucky 13 and the sweet 16 then seemed like potential solutions to my inconsistency. I went with the 13 over the 16 because I thought the increase in required tee height for the larger club face combined with the 13 loft would more closely match the launch angle of my 3-wood. After playing a round all I can say is wow! With no range time and only a few practice swings on the first tee, I drove straighter than in any round I'd ever played in my whole life. Even miss-hits stayed in the fairway - not a single drive even went into the ruff yet alone the trees. On top of that I out drove my regular playing partners who have always had more distance off the tee. Was this a one-round fluke or is this club perfectly suited to my mediocre skills-set? I sure hope its not a fluke and that my future rounds will be as enjoyable as my last.



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