Instead, they made the clubhead look large and clunky and did nothing but detract from the overall look of the club. I have last years Sumo and I love the thing. I would never buy it because of the distance loss. I love it, but for me it takes a little while to get used to a new club. I am in the golf industry and agreed to review their driver and still cringed at the thought of having to read a manual to learn how to use another tool and even a headcover.
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Because Nike sent all of us one tro try head to head against the Taylormade. But like we said sasqiatch came at a big risk and took some big kahunas on their part…so we commend you Nike!
First off the lofts on the dymo drivers are off, take a look and compare to say an R9. Although, many golfers are getting used to the sound that is made by many current drivers which includes the Nike we tested…we were just not a fan. I have the Sumo and I have tried the Dymo twice. vymo
You can tweak the club to be up to 2 degrees closed or 2 degrees open, giving golfers an unprecedented choice of ball flights. Regardless of the model, the face presents a fairly clean look with a grooveless sweet spot.
Great driver that I am buying this week.
Nike SQ Dymo 2 Drivers user reviews : out of 5 – 16 reviews –
The addjustable shaft i do not like I think is a gimick because its something people cannot be bothered with but whats the point in having it? So we give Taylormade the win when it comes to look and feel. Regularly nke longer than my R7 I have to admit that i prefer nike cause it was the first driver auctually the first non k-mart club that i bought. Esthetics It is in this area where I believe Nike has made great headway no pun intended. Though neither are traditional pear in shape, the rounded Dymo left is nie than the Dymo 2.
Mike 8 years ago. I swear, Never have I heard so dismal a sound.
Nike SQ Dymo Driver Review
Maybe I need some couch time to sort out my Nike Golf issues. Garry 9 years ago. In regards to the sound being a Con listed first…I can see where you are coming from…but for many golfers this is an automatic disqualifier. Looks wise, the Dymo is a little classier than its predecessor in our opinionwith the colouring somewhat toned down.
Further shaft options may also be available in due course. That is why many of them are not playing them.
And we are doing this test for other golfers not for our personal likes and dislikes. I went with a stiff shaft and found 8 out of 10 balls straight down the fairway.
For those just wanting a standard head, Nike have non-adjustable versions of the new drivers and these njke replace the successful SUMO range. I have the new NIke VR red irons to, amazing feel. So perhaps on balance I will stay away. So i am going to have to give my vote to nike because of the success i have had with them and the lower cost. We want you to get the most out of your money, time and performance. I would definitley get the r9 instead of the dymo. This str8 does the job.
Have not hit the Nike in true playing conditions but know from hitting it in the net that I could never xymo one due to the sound. I will take the centre of the fairway over 20 extra yards and in the rough or other fairway!
Found a regular stock shafted Dymo It dymi the perfect next gen of the excellent Sumo We felt much more confident on hitting a straight tee shot with the Taylormade.