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Nike Victory Red Full Cavity


$1,080.00 Released December, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Produces a very straight shot. Soft, cushioned feel that provides enough feedback. Short irons provide a good level of spin and feel around the green.

The Cons:Might get the ball too high in the air for some golfers. It will be challenging to hit "knock down" shots into the wind.

The Nike Victory Red Full Cavity is one of three sets of irons available in Nike's Victory Red line of golf clubs.  These clubs are intended to give aspiring golfers more confidence and forgiveness.

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Product Shot 2 The full cavity design is designed to spread the weight of the head around the perimiter to increase the MOI (moment of intertia) and provide more forgiveness on off-center hits.  The head design also places the CG (center of gravity) lower and in the center of the club which gives increased feel and control resulting in an optimized trajectory.  These clubs come with a True Temper Dynamic HL gold shaft or a Victory Red graphite shaft by UST, with custom shafts available.  The Victory Red Grip by Eaton Grips gives maximum grip on the top and a fantastic feel on the bottom for ultimate control and power. Clubs available are 3 to 9 irons, PW, AW, SW and LW.

Features / Specification

  • Full Cavity design
  • Perimiter weighting
  • Off-center hit forgivness
  • Low and centered CG
  • True Temper Dynamic HL gold shaft
  • Victory Red graphite shaft by UST
  • Victory Red Grip by Eaton Grips
  • Clubs available: 3 to 9 irons, PW, AW, SW and LW

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Pros
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    Produces a very straight shot

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    Soft, cushioned feel that provides enough feedback

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    Short irons provide a good level of spin and feel around the green

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    Slight mis-hits will still give you adequate distance

Cons
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    Might get the ball too high in the air for some golfers

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    It will be challenging to hit "knock down" shots into the wind

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