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Old 09-01-2011, 03:50 PM
 
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Nike Victory Red Forged 3-PW Split Cavity Irons

Rating: 5 out of 5
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Nike golf clubs represent the best of the best in the sport, and are known for their flashy design, usable features and ball-striking efficiency. They are perhaps also best known for their use by world class players such as Michelle Wie, Tiger Woods, Paul Casey and Sean O'Hair. The clubs are not one of the original golfing brands, but have advanced to the point of Taylor Made and Titleist to a point where they are just as respected and trusted.

The Nike Victory Red clubs are among the most popular from the manufacturer, and the forged irons provide a different use for many amateur golfers. While regular irons for the higher handicappers feature thick and plated heads, these irons feature the thin blades that are used by most touring professionals. These forged irons are in the split-cavity variation, meaning that they are a mix between the full-headed blades of the amateur irons and the thin irons of the pros.

At a high price of $999.99, these golf clubs can be purchased for as little as $580 from many golfing retailers, and is a bargain at this price or any other price up to about $850. The Victory Red irons are used by Jhonnathan Vegas, and have been tested by professionals like Anthony Kim.

The brand features designs in every shaft flex, both hands and a variety of different degrees, and they allow you to buy standard clubs between a 3 iron and a 9 iron. Wedges include pitching wedges, gap wedges, A or W wedges and sand wedges. You can also purchase your in a hybrid variation, adding an even greater degree of versatility to this already in-between set of clubs.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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