Nike VR Tour Driver
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Great driver for those who generate a high swing speed. Aesthetically appealing clubhead.
The Cons:Not the best driver for beginner golfers.
The Nike VR Tour Driver is a graphite driver that features Nike Compression Channel Technology, which increases the overall compression of the body, thereby producing increased ball speeds across the entire face.
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This essentially allows for the power of a 460cc head with “incredible shot-shaping capability.” Unlike its peer, the STR8-FIT Tour Driver, the original VR Tour Driver (released also in February 2010) doesn't host STR8-FIT Face Angle Technology with 32 face-angle positions. However, it does feature a pear-shape head for 'visual confidence' and shot-shaping execution, as well as a tour-velvet full-cord grip for a firm and weather-resistant grip that allows for consistent performance and playability.
The driver uses a Project X shaft with 3 divided zones, each zone utilizing different technology to optimize performance. The butt-section uses Hex-Axial Reinforcement Technology for unmatched cross-sectional stability. The mid-section uses a Constant Taper Design that eliminates localized bending and creates even loading and unloading. And the tip-section uses an elongated double wrapped 55 MSI Reinforcement for a firmer tip section, thereby minimizing droop, lag, and backspin.
- Graphite Golf Club Driver
- Peer to the STR8-FIT Tour Driver
- Lacks Face-Angle Technology
- Nike Compression Channel
- Increased Ball Speeds
- Pear-Shape Head
- Shot-Shaping Execution
- Tour-Velvet Full-Cord Grip
- Weather-Resistant Grip
- Consistent Performance/Playability
- Hex-Axial Reinforcement Technology
- Constant Taper Design
- Elongated Double Wrapped 55 MSI Reinforcement
Club Options (Model | Length, Lie, Size, Swing-Weight, Hand)
- 8.5” | 45.75”, 60D, D4.5, RH
- 9.5” | 45.75”, 60D, D4, D4, RH
- 10.5” | 45.75”, 60D, D4, RH
User Reviews (1)
Great driver for those who generate a high swing speed
Aesthetically appealing clubhead
Not the best driver for beginner golfers
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