A good-looking head that allows the option to open the face wide open. Nike's VR wedge is non-conforming for pros but provides extra grab from the rough. PGA Pro verdict These looked great from the box as I really liked the shape. On trial they did not disappoint, and the spin was great! The bounce and feel was, as usual for Nike, solid and consistent. (John Jacobs)
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Conforming to the new regulations, Nike's new V-Rev wedges are cast from carbon steel that is 45% softer than the stainless steel used in most wedges. The classical tear-drop shape features a grind that removes material from heel and toe for added versatility.
The Nike VR V-Rev wedges will suit players of all abilities looking for a versatile wedge with conforming grooves.
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