Nike Slingshot Wedges

Nike Slingshot Wedges 

DESCRIPTION

  • Enhanced consistency - "cold-rolled" Custom 455 Stainless Steel in Clubface
  • Progressive Offset promotes solid contact and improved ball trajectory by positioning the golfer's hands ahead of the ball
  • The wide constant sole width increases effective bounce
  • Lightweight speed step steel shaft increases club head speed for greater distance
  • A distinct constant weight is made for each numbered club head

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 09, 2005]
Mward2002
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Sand Wedge

I had a lot of trouble with this club, and was really disappointed with it. I've tried the regular irons and they were really nice and figured the sand wedge would be the same. From the sand it was pretty decent, getting the ball out with no problem but because of the way the club is made I really had trouble opening the face and hitting a high, soft lob shot. The club's design acted like a large flange and I kept bouncing into the ball. From the fairway I had the same problem as well. The club would simply bounce up into the ball and I wouldn't get the distance or height I was trying for. I wound up trading it in at Edwin Watts for the Nike Forged 56 degree wedge about 2 months after steadily becomming more disappointed the more I tried the club.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
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