Category: Golf Equipment Notes

Jun 29

Nike VRS Forged Iron Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Nike VRS Forged Iron The Nike VR_S Forged is a solid looking iron, perfect for a mid handicap player featuring a cavity back design, medium width sole and top line. As the name suggests, they are a forged club head. The NIKE Mens VR S Irons look easy enough to …

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Jun 26

Nike VR_S Covert Iron Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Nike VR_S Covert Iron The VR_S Covert is the latest cavity back game improvement iron released by Nike. The black triangular cavity instantly pulls your attention behind the club head. However, the cavity is not noticeable at address. In addition, Nike designed an aesthetically pleasing top line and sole that …

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Jun 21

Nike VR Pro Combo Iron Review

Golf Pro’s Review of the Nike VR Pro Combo Irons The Nike VR Pro Combo irons with an S300 Dynamic Gold sensicore True Temper shaft. Testing produced a dependable iron that allows a player to control the distance, direction and trajectory of the golf ball. The VR irons are only average in the distance department. …

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Jun 11

Nike VR_S Covert Tour Driver Review

Golf Pro’s Review of the Nike VR_S Covert Tour Driver The Nike VR_S Covert Tour driver features a 430cc club head that adjusts from 8.5 – 12.5 degrees of loft with three face angle positions. In addition, the smaller club head features a deeper face than the regular Covert driver. The crown of the VR_S …

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Jun 06

Nike VR_S Covert Hybrid Review

Jun 03

Nike VR_S Covert Fairway Wood

PGA Pro’s Review of the Nike VR_S Covert Fairway Wood The first thing any golfer will notice on the Nike VR_S Covert fairway wood is the high speed cavity positioned at the rear of the sole. The cavity allows more weight to be distributed to the heel and toe creating more forgiveness and distance. The …

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May 28

Nike VR_S Covert Driver

PGA Pro’s Review of the Nike VR_S Covert Driver Nike continues to develop some of the most innovative products in the golf industry. In an effort to produce a longer and more forgiving driver, Nike released the Covert, the first cavity back driver in golf. Glancing at the sole appears awkward with the open cavity, …

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May 26

Ping G25 Fairway Wood Review

PGA Pro Review of the Ping G25 Fairway Wood The Ping G25 fairway woods feature an updated all black color scheme with white crescent alignment aid, a nice upgrade from the dark grey color scheme of the G20. Ping designed the G25 with the thinnest face of any Ping fairway wood to create faster ball …

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May 24

Ping G25 Hybrid Review

PGA Pro Review of the Ping G25 Hybrid The new Ping G25 hybrid resembles the shape and color of the i20 more than the previous G20 hybrid. In fact, the change in design offers a desirable upgrade in aesthetics. The simple design with flat black color scheme and white grooves looks great. The G25 hybrid …

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May 22

Ping G25 Driver Review

PGA Pro Review of the Ping G25 Driver The entire Ping G25 lineup is simplified with less lines and color schemes. Upon inspection, the simple appearance of the G25 driver attractive. In fact, the all black matte non-glare finish with white grooves on the club face looks great. Ping’s traditional crescent alignment aid is all …

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