Nike Golf VR Pro STR8-FIT Tour Driver
About Nike Golf VR Pro STR8-FIT Tour Driver
Closeouts. Nike Golf's VR Pro STR8-FIT Tour driver raises the bar on shot-shaping control and forgiveness. The head position can be customized to add shots to your game, and the Variable Compression Channel extends the sweet spot, so you can maintain distance on off-center hits.
Specs about Nike Golf VR Pro STR8-FIT Tour Driver
- Material: Rubber hand grip, graphite shaft, titanium head
- Weight: 11 oz.
- Dimensions: 9.5: Loft 9.5°, length 45-3/4", lie angle 59.0°, face angle +1.0° open, head weight 205.0g, swing weight D3-D5; 10.5: Loft 10.5°, length 45-3/4", lie angle 60.0°, face angle +1.0° open, head weight 205.0g, swing weight D3-D5
- Made in United States of America
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Blair from North Carolina on Sunday, September 8, 2013This is my first driver purchase in over a decade and I can tell you that this club really launches the ball. The product arrived in good shape (there were a few scratches on the shaft) and is brand new. I have not altered the loft or lie which you can do with this club, but I have been pleased with it.
Reviewed by Rob the rocker from Cape Cod on Friday, August 30, 2013Bought this club a week ago and have hit it over three rounds. I am hitting it very well. The head shape and shaft are great. (I bought the 6.0). I have been hitting the Ping i20 with the 6.0 Project X shaft but for some reason I find this club a better fit for my swing. I would recommend this club. The adjustable aspect of this club doesn't mean that much to me, however, I may try that at some point.
Reviewed by Buckgto from New England on Wednesday, August 28, 2013At least 15-20 yards longer than my Callaway Diablo. Forgiving on mishits and adjustability for draw or fade is easy to use.
Reviewed by Gleeful Golfer from Pa on Thursday, June 27, 2013The club was better than described Adjusted well and felt comfortable right away
Question & Answer
A 5.5 flex is a regular flex, 6 is stiff and 6.5 is extra stiff.
“2 quick questions: with a face angle of +1 open, I am assuming this is more for a fade than a draw? Second question - I'm a bit confused on the shaft stiffness numbers you have. What is stiffer, the lower number or the higher number? Thanks in advance.”
Both a lofts we offer are +1.0Â° open. The higher the number the stiffer the flex.