Nike Golf Adds More Energy and Speed to SQ MACHSPEED Line
Nike Golf is adding more energy and speed to its exciting new SQ MACHSPEED line of clubs with the introduction of the SQ MACHSPEED hybrids. Nike athlete Suzann Pettersen used the new hybrids in competition for the first time at the Honda PTT LPGA event in Thailand, where she finished second.
As with the Nike SQ MACHSPEED drivers, fairway woods and irons, the SQ MACHSPEED hybrids use the power of aerodynamics to help golfers hit the ball farther and straighter – all due to speed. Nike’s Total Swing Aerodynamic technology is designed to create a higher initial ball velocity and launch angle with less spin.
“The key to gaining more distance is to increase ball speed. The key to increasing ball speed is through aerodynamics,” said Tom Stites, Director of Club Creation for Nike Golf. “We’ve been able to optimize aerodynamics in the total golf swing. This helps to create a faster clubhead and ball speed.”
Nike’s Total Swing Aerodynamic Design moves the air faster across the sole, over the crown and around the skirt for incremental swing speed advances.
For maximum stability and forgiveness in all kinds of lies, the SQ MACHSPEED hybrids feature Tour proven square technology by moving weight out and into the corners. A 455 ultra thin steel face delivers hotter response and longer shots.
Availability: February 25, 2010 at golf shops and specialty stores nationwide.
Men’s Loft Options: #2/18-degree (RH/LH); #3/21-degree (RH/LH); #4/24-degree (RH/LH); #5/27-degree (RH/LH); #6/30-degree (RH/LH); All are available in S,R,A
Women’s Loft Options: #5/25-degree (RH); #6/30-degree (RH); W
Editor’s Note: The post above is from a press release from Nike Golf.