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Nike VR-S Graphite Fairway Wood



Based on: 78 Transactions | Most Recent: 3/10/14

Low: $12.17
Mid: $12.93
High: $13.57
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Manufacturer:

Nike

Year of Introduction:

2012

MSRP (new):

$199.99

Head Size:

176 cc

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• NexCOR face technology for maximum ball speed off the clubface, achieved by an ultra thin clubface with variable face thickness.
• New L-Face technology moves the weld to the bottom of the club head expanding the COR lower on the clubface.
• Aerodynamic head shape provides more swing speed for greater distance.
Headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, Nike has been in business for over 30 years and employs 23,000 people worldwide. The company was founded by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight and under then name Blue Ribbon Sports. In 1972 the name was changed to Nike for the Greek winged goddess of victory. Nike Golf has gained much ground in just a few short years in the golf equipment and apparel business. Capitalizing on their success in other sports, Nike has produced a full line of products, from Wedges, Irons, Woods and Drivers to apparel, footwear and gloves that have rapidly gained much popularity both on Tour, and among players of all skill levels. Nike has dozens of players on the PGA TOUR, LPGA, JPGA as well as most international tours.

For More Information: http://www.nikegolf.com/


2012 Hot List Silver
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The face insert, made from a lightweight stainless-steel alloy, is constructed in an L shape, and its concentric oval geometry features a series of tapered thicknesses. This variation is designed to improve the springlike effect for shots hit lower on the face.
Low-Handicapper:
“Exceptionally forgiving because of its sole design. Instead of dragging four inches of club with you, you’re only bringing a little bit.”
Middle-Handicapper:
“A springy feel all across the face.” . . . “Feel was informative, but still forgiving. I knew it was a mis-hit, but it still traveled far.”
Hot:
A notable technological entry, but it gets special marks for moving the lower weld line off the face for better low-face impact. That’s where most of us hit our fairway woods. Smart.
Not:
Some of our testers wanted more alignment help.

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