This limited connection allows golfers to get the ball in the air much easier from any lie on the course.
Through the use of Nike PowerBow technology the weight within each driver is distributed so that each club has a correctly established center of gravity. This allows each loft to adjust what it needs to be; "forward and higher in low lofts for penetrating trajectory with less spin, or deep and low in higher lofts for increased spin rates which makes it easier to get the ball airborne." The Nike SQ Dymo Fairway shaft is designed out of lightweight AXIV core material that weighs between 45 and 55 grams. Each club in the set is available in X, S, R, A or W models; and each can have a custom shaft made from Aldila, Fujiku RA, Grafalloy, Graphite, Mitsubishi Rayon, or UST materials.
Each of the Nike SQ Dymo drivers are specifically engineered to optimize ball launch and spin through loft. Nike claims that "performance is maximized in every loft by varying multiple specifications from lie angle, from MOI and CG placement, to overall head size and face depth." The SQ Dymo drivers feature both square and round geometry; square club placements can be used for a straight and long launch with optimal sound and launch by loft while round placements can be used for more control. SQ Dymo clubs also include special grips designed to increase maximum grip and feel on each club; and the lightweight but wide body UST shaft ensures a stable and powerful strike on each ball.