An extremely compact head that will scare many less confident ball-strikers. The biggest strength of this club is its workability. In our testing we noticed that this delivered a low flight and like the driver the fairway wood is undoubtedly suited to fast swinging, low handicappers.
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Designed with the same technology as the Nike VR STR8-FIT Tour driver, but with a split compression channel that is combined with a smooth sole to help clip the ball away from tight fairways. Again the STR8-FIT technology allows the choice of 32 different face positions.
The Nike VR (Victory Red) STR8-FIT Tour fairway wood should suit golfers who want an extremely compact fairway wood, are confident enough to vary the flight and trajectory, and/or want to change flight characteristics to suit conditions.
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