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Nike VR Pro Combo Steel Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $82.86
Mid: $97.48
High: $112.11

Next update: 6/5/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $207.15
Mid: $243.71
High: $280.27

Next update: 6/5/16

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Carbon Steel

Change from pocket cavity to split cavity to blades throughout the set for the optimal shot
All new X3X high frequency grooves and a more precise forging process create irons that offer shot-shaping performance for the top players in the world
Each iron face features more grooves, resulting in cleaner, more consistent ball flight
From materials to design to construction, everything is manufactured to eliminate variance and enhance shot control
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.

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2011 Hot List
Silver Medal
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The long irons feature a pocket cavity for more forgiveness and distance. The middle irons have a split cavity meant to help workability with a touch of stability on off-center hits. The blade-like short irons are designed for distance control. A new X3X groove pattern (more grooves that are deeper and spaced closer together) meets the new groove regulation.
"Best of the Nike irons that I've seen. If you have a consistent swing, this minimalist club will work."
"The 3-iron was almost as easy to hit as the 9-iron. It's not too often that I can work a 3-iron like that."
Nike's original Pro Combo line (three iron types in one set) debuted in 2002. We liked the idea then, but we like it even more now as technology has allowed engineers to more precisely design clubs for specific shots.
Those looking at this set have to know their limitations: You need talented hands to handle the muscle-back short irons.

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