Nike NDS Men's Fairway Woods

Nike NDS Men's Fairway Woods 

DESCRIPTION

  • 17-4 stainless steel face provides greater ball speed for more distance and forgiveness
  • Low CG (Center of Gravity) is placed low and back in the club head for enhanced launch
  • NDS graphite shaft has soft tip that helps launch ball into the air
  • Designed for players who have difficulty getting the ball airborne

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 17, 2007]
Denver Green
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Nike NDS 3 Wood

I am also surprised at the other reviews about not being able to hit it straight and feeling soft. I have not had that experience. This 3 wood has been the best 3 wood I have ever played with. When I was trying it out at the local golf shop I hit is as well or better than any of the top of the line clubs. I hit it on a simulator with a Taylor Made and a Ping - and to be quite honest I like the Nike NDS the best. To me it feels super solid and it it very long. I can hit it off the tee 270-280, longer than most people can hit their driver. I have a 9.5 degree with a stiff shaft and I swing at about 120 miles per hour. Maybe the other reviewers don't have the right loft/shaft combo. Everytime I hit it, people playing with me ask "is that a 3 wood?" I only use a driver maybe 4 times during an 18 hole round. Long par 5's or long par 4's(maybe). I have found this club to be very straight and I also can work it a little left or right when needed. If the ball does not go straight or long then I know that I made a crappy swing. From my experience this is an awesome club - the best I have ever used. I am going to purchase the driver to see if it is as good as the 3 wood.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 30, 2007]
mcalllstarrr13
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Nike NDS 19 Degree 5 wood

I bought this fairway wood for $50 on TGW brand new. Money well spent. Althought the feel can be a little soft at times, and as the reviewer below me said, I like my woods to feel solid. To say the least, this club gives me workability and plenty of distance. I have reached many a green from 240+ out. very impressed with the club. I just purchased a Sasquatch 15 degree 3 wood. I can't wait to hit that thing. If that wood is anyhting better than the NDS (which I'm sure it is) than I know it will be a great club. Very well done Nike!

Customer Service

None Needed

Similar Products Used:

No Name Brand

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 08, 2007]
shr000000ms
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Nike NDS Fairway Woods

Paid about 50 bucks each on the 3 and 5 woods recently. Didn't really needed any replacements for my current woods (TM r7's) but the price was just too difficult to resist.

I found it a bit difficult to set up and go straight, but once I got used to it, liked the flight of the ball. Not overly long, sound is okay. The one thing that was lacking though, is the feel. It felt somewhat hollow whereas I like my woods to feel solid.

For the price I paid, these are a good deal especially here in Jakarta (Indonesia) where golf clubs are very expensive.

Customer Service

Didn't need any

Similar Products Used:

Quite a number of the other premium brands

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 04, 2006]
dwf228
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Nike NDS 3 Wood

Suprised by the previous rating. This club has surpassed all expectations. Handles very well off the tee and in the fairway. Also is very forgiving, with just the right degree of loft. If you are looking for a club comparable to the ignite but cheaper, go with this club. It is a great addition to my bag!!

Customer Service

none yet

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 26, 2006]
nibor navonod
Shoots in the 80s

its alright, its hard to hit it strait but when i do it goes, i still prefer hitting my cobra baffler hybrid over the wood the face is good size and the shaft is good along with the grips i would go out and get a hybrid instead

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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