Nike SQ Sumo Fairway Woods

Nike SQ Sumo Fairway Woods 

DESCRIPTION

The high MOI delivered by the SQ SUMO hybrid belongs in the arsenal of those searching for accuracy in a workable player's club. Nike Powerbow Weighting manages weight in club head to further optimize precision and performance. The Variable Cryo Steel Face is lightweight material that maximizes distance and forgiveness across the face.

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 23, 2009]
andrew silva
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: sumo sq 3 hybrid

This club is very very very easy to hit. it performs equally as well off the tee as it does in the fairway. It is a bit harder to work the ball but in most scenarios you can do just enough to get what you want. I would definitely suggest this club if you have any trouble at all hitting your 3 iron. cant believe this club is so cheap

Customer Service

not needed

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 14, 2009]
matt
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Nike SQ Sumo Hybrid

Just purchased the Sumo 3 & 4 Hybrids. All I can say is, finally. I traded in my weathered 4hybrid Ben Hogan and have no regrets. The Sumos swing pure and land soft.
I too tended to Draw/hook my old 4hybrid, but the Nikes are straighter.

Similar Products Used:

Ben Hogan CFT Hybrid, Adams Idea Pro Hybrid

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Apr 16, 2009]
Quantumgolfer
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Nike Sasquatch Sumo 24* 4 hybrid

Hybrids were pretty new to me, so I tested many of the 2007-2008 models, until I hit one of these. Most of the models on the market are "hook machines" (with closed face angles and draw bias), so I hook the hell out of them, but not this one.
I had been using a 2007-2008 Mizuno CLK Fli-Hi in the 5 and 4 hybrids, but after I hit about 4 shots with one of these, it kicked the CLK 4 out of the bag. The CLK is a very good club, but I struggled to hit the 4 well (I'm still using the CLK 5, as it's excellent and the Sumo stops at 4 hybrid loft), but these sit about 2 degrees more upright (which suits my height much better- about 6 foot 2) and it's also a slightly better club.
These have a great curved sole shape, that goes through the turf very well and the feel at impact is fantastic and crisp. Then there's the ball flight. Long and straight and nice and high. The 4 plays at least as long as my old 3 iron and I really like the stock Diamana graphite shaft, which is noticeably stronger than the one in the "square" Sumo2 hybrid.
If they made these in the 5 and even a 6 hybrid, I'd have been playing them too, without a doubt. If I played more than once every couple of weeks and/or practised, I'd probably be using the 3 as well. Terrific club, very cheap, for some reason.

Customer Service

Good on the phone. Very helpful at demo-days.

Similar Products Used:

Sumo2 (Easier to hit, but a "hook machine"). Ping Rapture, G10 (very good, but certainly not better- similar head size, sole not as good through impact, slight draw bias, sits flatter at address). Mizuno CLK Fli Hi (very good, very long), MX-700, MP Fli Hi (beautiful, great feel/performance). Titleist 585.H (great feel, harder to hit, hits shorter/lower). Callaway X, FT. Nickent 3DX Utility, 3DX RC (Hooked it). Cleveland Hi-Bore. Cobra Baffler DWS. Tour Edge Exotics CB2. Adams Idea Pro, A2, A3, Bridgestone GC

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 01, 2008]
islandgolfer74
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Nike Sumo Hybrid 23

Finally caved and got one with a stiff steel shaft - Ebay 95.00 delivered. I've thrown away my 3 iron forever. Not very workable but a slight draw or fade is still possible but this club is MUCH easier to make contact with than with my RIP 3 iron. Gives the ball a really high trajectory and still hops and stops if you hit down cleanly. I used to pure my 3 iron about 210 and I get about the same with this. I'll even leave my 4 iron in the bag and choke down a bit with this. Swallow your pride and get a hybrid...unless you're a pro and really need to work your long irons. I hear the square shaped one helps with alignment and is a little more forgiving. You may have to get used to the strange sound it makes when you hit but you'll get over that real fast when you see your ball take off.

Customer Service

None needed...

Similar Products Used:

3 iron - blah

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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