Nike NDS Men's Drivers

Nike NDS Men's Drivers 

DESCRIPTION

  • 2041 Beta Titanium Face produces higher ball speed
  • Large 400cc titanium head
  • Deep-faced with high MOI (Moment of Inertia)
  • NDS graphite shaft by Fujikura
  • Designed for players who have difficulty getting the ball airborne

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 02, 2024]
minami


Strength:

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Weakness:

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OVERALL
RATING
5
[Feb 11, 2007]
ron Simington
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Nike NDS 13 degree driver

Just started playing golf again in the last six months. I was having a problem driving the ball. I was hitting the ball short and most of the time I had a bad slice. My wife bught the Nike NDS Driver 13 Degree for me, lets just say that I went from 130's to a 98 to 100 golfer in just a two week time frame. I am hitting it long and very straight my buddies are amazed at how well I can it with. It is worth buying this driver I have no complaints at all I only have high complements.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 31, 2006]
glenn cole
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: nike nds driver 13 degree

My normal ball flight is a low trajectory. I have always wanted a higher flight to achieve more distance. I tried my wifes 12 degree TaylorMade and got the results I wanted. So I went online to find the right shaft in a 12-13 degree mens driver. I tried the 11.5 TaylorMade and that did not do it. So I decided to try the Nike NDS with a 13 degree head and regular shaft. BINGO. I can now tee it high and hit high draws to cut corners off. Or hit high fades when I want. The best part is I can tee it low and hit a low to medium trajectory for those windy days. And very seldom do I get into the woods. My swing speed is 90-94 and I qualify for the firm or stiff shaft, but I just don't like the feel. This is the first driver I have used with the regular shaft and I wish I had started with one years ago. My NDS has the factory regular shaft with the soft tip, which helps get the ball into the air. I can find no problems with it. I paid $34.95 brand new on Ebay. The only reason they are so cheap is I figure all the motcho men would never consider buying a 13 degree driver. But I have tried them all and am completely sold on this model. You can even find them in a stiff shaft if you look. I normally shoot in the low 80s and that has not changed. What has changed is my confidence on the tee box. If I could give this driver a 10 rating I would, but 5 is all they go.

Customer Service

Have not needed it.

Similar Products Used:

TaylorMade R425
Callaway
Nike Ignite

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 22, 2005]
ek1
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Nike NDS 10.5* LH

Okay, nobody else want to review this, or admit that they tried this club, so I'll do it. I went to this club for distance, plain and simple. I wanted to switch back to a graphite shaft and try out a large headed driver. This is the second hardest thing I've ever done golf-wise. The first is this grip change I'm currently making, weak to neutral. This driver will take you places you've never been. When I got this, my balls were going both left and right (I usually slice only). I finally got the shaft pulled and put a stiff TT BiMatrix Rxi shaft in it. Now it's not so whippy anymore. As far as the distance (the D in NDS) goes, it seems intended for those with slower swings, with it's low flex point and very whippy noodle-like shaft. It reminds me of that javelin they made in Revenge of the Nerds.... All in all, the distance is there, the head cranks out as much power as I've ever seen, even got a few close to 300 yards on mis-hits. Go figure. I'd like to try the Ignite, but for $100 less, this is good enough for me. Just make sure you get a shaft that fits your swing.

Customer Service

Haven't had to deal with them.

Similar Products Used:

Wilson drivers (don't remember which ones), Callaway Steelhead III w/Uniflex shaft (a very controllable club).

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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