The video below, produced by Nike Golf, features several of the company’s staff players talking about the MachSpeed Black driver. Holds its own on off-center hits; changing face angle produces more carry or roll, depending on what your needs are. Tell us what you think here. The black face of the club provides a nice feedback mechanism with the ability to clearly see where the ball is coming off of the face of the club. Higher-than-normal flight and a draw bias makes the club a good choice for golfers with a lot of right in their game. Nike has a sure winner here.
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The round head is meant for golfers who seek more workability. The STR8-FIT system lends itself to finding a position and sticking with it as opposed to constantly modifying the settings based on the hole. My initial adjustments did have me confused about how the modifications changed the lie and flight-path options.
What starter set would you recommend? The square-shaped aerodynamic clubhead is larger in breadth and kachspeed area than its predecessor to boost ball speed across more of the face. Clubhead adjustability is a welcome sight, especially for golfers who need slice correction. If you are in need of a Driver that hits the ball high and far, this may just be the one for you.
I ended up hitting a few more fairways than normal in that first round with the driver. High marks for overall forgiveness. Definite improvement over mavhspeed Machspeed driver. The Machspeed STR8-FIT adjustments give you eight different configurations to allow for promotion of the various flight paths and face angles.
The face of the club has clear and subtle alignment aids that stand out while looking down on the club. CONS A minority of testers seeks longer distance; a few want “pop” or springy feel; some find the face slightly closed in neutral setting. The Nike SQ Machspeed Black Round driver is for those who prefer a more traditional shaped driver and we it think looks very classy indeed. Nike machspedd a sure winner here. Write a Review Rate This Product: Impact nikf soft and satisfying; loud, aluminum bat sound gives loads of feedback on well-struck shots.
The beautiful round head is taller than the square version and the centre of gravity has been moved further forward to allow better players to work back ball more easily.
I spent a few range sessions playing with various settings and had mixed results. Updates to the “PowerBow” it wraps around the toetapered heel, and Y-shaped sole diffuser maintain clubhead speed while increasing ball speed. It s delivers performance to match the looks and it is everything you would expect from a better players driver with a great feel, good sound and medium high trajectory.
Max Game-Improvement Drivers We tested: The drivers come in two head shapes round and square. After 20 balls which all went in a small circle I was glad that I had made the purchase.
Compared to square drivers of the past the trajectory was mid to high without excessive spin and the sound, whilst not music to our ears, was much better too. First shot was 20 yards longer than my old driver and dead down the middle. Sign Up For Newsletters Receive insider analysis, swing tips, equipment news, special offers and much more. I would love it for hitting on downwind par 5s, but I will stick with my SuperTri for the timebeing.
Easy-to-swing club suits a broad range of handicaps.
Sign Up for Newsletters Receive insider analysis, swing tips, equipment news, special offers and much more. The club weighs in at less than grams and it results in a totally different feel from most standard drivers.
The black-on-black styling contributes to a simple and modern look while hiding the technology and adjustability features. Higher-than-normal flight and a draw bias makes the club a good choice for aq with a lot of right in their game. Face adjustability allows testers to swing away with confidence; several testers experience a medium-high, straightish ball flight.
After some trial and error with the adjustments, I was able to compensate for consistent tendencies in my swing. Making adjustments to the club can be done quickly and it typically took me about 15 seconds to modify the settings.