Probably the smallest hybrid head on the market, this is pretty intimidating at address. It does though make the club capable of chopping the ball out of thick rough. While the Nike VR Pro compression channel doesn’t make the tiny head forgiving it does provide plenty of distance from the middle.
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The face of the Nike VR Pro is promised to be 21% hotter than the previous VR, due to Full Compression Channel technology and variable face thickness.
The Nike VR Pro will pop the ball out of lies that other hybrids wouldn't get near but the tiny head will limit the appeal to good ball strikers.
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