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It was entirely based on feel. I would agree I felt the SQ 5000 was an overall better driver. I hit the Dymo2 plenty far but agree it isn't as long as other driver/shaft combos I've experienced. THP was stunned when 22 out of the 24 golfers declared this club a winner. 15 of them really liked the Dymo (round head) and 7 really liked the Dymo2 (square More about the author

The Taylormade driver was not as high tech of a tool but it got the ob done and done without having to spend an hour reading on the range before trying The black and yellow stock shaft is another thing altogether. Toevoegen aan Wil je hier later nog een keer naar kijken? But in this case, it was the one thing we did not really care for about this club.

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I'm not sure if they still use that in the core of some but I know its not in the Pro V1. Other than that awesome. The geometry in the DYMO allows us to deliver the optimal scenario for every player.

Esthetics It is in this area where I believe Nike has made great headway (no pun intended). They're still £200 new in the UK, I feel like I stole it! Max Lee 22.697 weergaven 26:54 Nike Machspeed X Iron Set Review by GolfEtail.com - Duur: 0:59. Nike Sq Dymo Driver For Sale Most of thje dudes playing Taylor drivers aren't getting paid to do it.

ALSO: For a while, I was slicing badly, so I closed the club face by 2-degrees, with the easily adjustable setting - until I was able to work through some hand-position Nike Sq Dymo Driver Price Patrick W says: January 2, 2009 at 4:51 pm Very interesting stuff. So far the 2009 lineup from Nike appears to be some of the best on the market. Submit Review Site Sidebar Newsletter Signup Please enter a valid email address.

i feel that for most people (at least for all my friends) that look would triump over a few yards of extra distance. Nike Sq Dymo Driver 10.5 Degree Or how about the pros that have NIke - Ping head covers on their Taylor Drivers. Don't think I will have to worry about hitting into other fairways anymore with this driver. The club is the biggest "cheaters club" I have ever come across…and thats 30+ yrs of playing.

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was it the blue, red or black AXIV? PGA TOUR 309.672 weergaven 2:37 Nike SQ Sumo Driver Review - Duur: 1:37. Nike Sq Dymo Driver 9.5 Degree PegasusMedia 22.716 weergaven 1:18 Callaway Diablo Driver - Overview - Duur: 2:14. Nike Sq Dymo Str8-fit Driver Not much of a comparison.

Not bad for a 13 handicap - I didn't hit all the fairways, but I was always in play. my review here I recently bought a DYMO driver with a 13* loft which also says HL. We have never done an equipment test with this large of a testing pool and to have the results that positive was a real treat. More consistent ball flight and roll. Nike Sq Dymo 2 Squared Str8-fit Driver Review

So these results will vary from golfer to golfer. ) 1. The cunning design gives you a bit more leeway in hitting the ball off the deck as you can sweep the ball or take a divot with equal ease and the I have been looking forward to this driver and was considering purchasing one. click site The ball seems to be drawn to the fairway.

With the Dymo we could really work the ball into a cut, draw, or straight and the feeling was better than either one of us expected. Nike Sq Dymo 9.5 Driver Smith -7 12:40 PM EST 7 V. How does this driver compare to the Nickent Evolver that you raved about?

Dymo Driver Dymo2 Driver One of the most noticeable features of the fairway woods is the ‘Quad Keel Sole'.

Our shot dispersion (accuracy) was much better although on mishits the Nike performed better. Reply Report comment Steve Apr 8, 2009 at 1:58 am I was testing out the new Titelist 909-D2 driver and liked it a lot. That is why many of them are not playing them. Nike Sq Dymo 10.5 Driver Reviews Who is GolfWRX?

Ryan says: April 13, 2010 at 12:47pm Just bought the 2009 Nike SQ Dymo 2 10.5 (Square) driver. break-90 says: January 5, 2009 at 10:23 pm It will be a couple of years before I buy another driver because I just bought the sumo sq 5000 last year… but So only time will tell if this is the sound of the future. http://pic3nter.com/nike-sq/nike-sq-dymo2-str8-fit-driver-reviews.php From GOLF Magazine (Buyer's Guide, May 2009) It's for: All skill levels Tom Stites, Director of product creation: "Str8-Fit technology [which allows players to adjust clubface angle to eight different settings]

Have to say that this is the only review I've ever read that makes me think that I'd like to give any Nike golf club a go. JB says: January 2, 2009 at 4:52 pm I had no problems with the shaft at all. I also used 2 other golfers at different swing speeds to test the (2) popular drivers...this way you can get an accurate view of how these drivers will help or hurt We much prefer it to names that are just a bunch of numbers like other brands use.

In length and SALES. I am a traditionalist at heart, and Nike's drivers just always seemed a little "out there" for me. To me the old silver areas utterly failed at making the clubhead look more compact, one of their stated goals if I'm not mistaken. In fact I think it worked out great and would not change it for an aftermarket shaft if it were to be in my bag.

Name ( required ) Email ( required; will not be published ) Website « 1st Tee/10th Tee/Tee Shotz Review THP TV - Volume 1 » ConnectConnect with us on the following Will Anthony Kim or Tiger have the dymo fairway woods or the dymo drivers Reply Report comment Tony Lyons Feb 11, 2009 at 4:10 pm I've spent an hour this afternoon Whoeve wroter this stone cold lie must work for Nike. For starters, the rear "PowerBow" gets thicker as loft increases from 8.5° to a high-lofted (HL) 14.5°.

This could have been due to the shaft we tested but all (3) golfers at all (3) swing speeds agreed. Our shot dispersion with the Dymo2 was about as straight as it could get and the groupings of shots all landed very close to each other. Our "labeler" as you call it was longer and straighter than the 909D2 WSE says: January 4, 2009 at 1:08 am Another excellent review guys. Contact Subscribe Subscribe Customer Service Site Map Advertising Privacy Policy Your California Privacy Rights Terms of Use Ad Choices © 2017 Time Inc.