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Nike VR Forged Pro Combo Iron Set

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  • Right-handed
  • Eight-piece set: 3-iron through pitching wedge
  • Stiffness is S
  • Nike Tour Velvet 360 2 grip for a great feel and control
  • Steel Shaft, Forged Irons
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Nike VR Forged Pro Combo Iron Set

Product Details

Hand Orientation: Right | Shaft Material: Steel | Flex: Stiff
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 43 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00GWR4UI8
  • Item model number: GI7875-001-S
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #434,062 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. V. Kupatavetin on May 30, 2014
Golf Club Flex: StiffShaft Material Type: SteelHand Orientation: Right
I'm a handicap 8 player (up from 6 since my last review) with long irons being my greatest asset. Since finally upgrading from Ping Eye 2 (for which I owned a 1 and 2 iron) that I played through my teen years, I've cycled through a few different sets of clubs including, but not limited to: Nike VR Pro Blade (bought used, wore out grooves), Taylormade MC (older model), Callaway RAZR-X Tour (I still have these, but do not play them much anymore). For reference when dealing with performance, I have a reasonably high driver swing (110-115) and ball (160-165) speeds with medium-slow tempo (I hit Stiff, not X-Stiff). I have a mid-high launch trajectory in general with very high spin for irons (despite my very neutral swing plane - I did not need these clubs adjusted and fit into Ping's Black-Dot).

Gorgeous. Absolutely, stunningly gorgeous irons. As a forged set, I don't believe they are chrome plated, but the shine is beautiful but does not pose much of a glare issue. The face (grooves) have a matte look to them. The top line is very thin, but not quite blade-like. The cavity area has a sort of "metallic powder" look to it, which I find to be attractive. All around, this is a beautiful set to have in your bag that will draw attention (in a positive way) as well as fill you with confidence at address. For those that are concerned, the 4-iron and 3-iron cavity area just *barely* bulges out the back of the iron at address. While I find no issue with this (because I'm paying more attention to the ball and target), some may.

I won't factor the grip in too much, because I'm so used to playing corded (and now Golf Pride's Multicompound) grips that I almost immediately had them changed after a couple of range sessions.
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