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Nike Golf Victory Red Pro Blades Irons, Set of 8 (3-PW, 2011 Model)

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  • Crafted for consistency and precision ball flight
  • Set includes 8 clubs- 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 irons and pitching wedge
  • Tour-ready control
  • X3X high-frequency grooves
  • Conforms to new USGA and R&A Group rules
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The Victory Red Men's Pro Blades Set features all new X3X high-frequency grooves and a more precise forging process create irons that offer shot-shaping performance for the top players in the world. Each iron face features more grooves, resulting in cleaner, more consisitent ball flight and spin while still conforming to new rules. From materials to design to contruction everything is done to eliminate variance and enhance control.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004GHMP1U
  • Item model number: GI7370 - Iron
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #298,716 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Norman F. Retener on November 10, 2012
Golf Club Flex: RegularShaft Material Type: SteelHand Orientation: Right Verified Purchase
Very good forged iron. To be perfectly honest, I cannot tell the difference between the Nike blades and other companies' offerings. Ball flight, feel, all were about the same. Nike's blade tended to have a thinner topline, which I liked, I also liked the straight muscle back. These are the two reasons I went with the Nike blades. Like all blades when struck flush, it feels like an armgasm. It's almost like cutting with a really sharp knife if that makes any sense.

So why blades? I have read in many places that you have to be a "ball striker" in order to hit blade irons. I have found that is not the case. I am at best, a 15 handicapper, and I love these clubs. I believe that you cannot learn to hit the center of the club face unless you know you didn't hit the center of the club face. These clubs tell you that. At impact I instantly know where on the club face I hit the ball. I have also found that I focus just on hitting the ball solidly, that focus has lead me to be much more consistent. Off center hits also are not as bad as people would have you believe. Misses are short, but they are straight, which is a huge advantage (playing short of a green from the fairway versus right or left in the woods). Finally, game improvement clubs would never work for me as my big miss is a hook (when really bad, pull hook), and when I get into trouble with my swing I fall back to a knock down shot (a low "stinger" if you will). Game improvement clubs exacerbate my miss left and my knock down shot becomes a high flying short shot.

These won't turn you into Tiger Woods, and in fact I think my full shots are a bit shorter than with cavity irons, but I don't think I will ever go back to a full cavity club again. I am much more consistent with these clubs, and my scores have been coming down nicely since I have put these in the bag. Don't buy into the golf company hype...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stan on September 4, 2013
Golf Club Flex: RegularShaft Material Type: SteelHand Orientation: Left Verified Purchase
I took these out for the first time expecting failure. What I got was straighter and more consistent shots right out the gate. I lost some yardage from my previous set of cavity backs, but it is much easier to put the ball where I want with these. If you strike your irons well these are highly recommended. Keep in mind you don't have to have a low handicap to be a good ball striker. Oh and also, these are the most gorgeous clubs you will ever lay eyes upon.
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