Nike VR Irons review


As you’re probably aware,  it’s new product time for many of the manufacturers and equipment giants Nike have revealed the Nike VR irons.

Our esteemed gear team of Sean Ramsdale and Jon Greathead have got their grubby little mits on the new Nike Victory Red irons range, so click below to see the bad boys in the hands of our good guys!

For the better players amongst you, theNike  VR Forged TW Blades might be right up your street. If ever there was a classical looking club, then this is it. The CG in the irons are positioned to Tiger’s specs and help to optimise shot-shaping. They start at £630 for a set.

Then there’s the Nike VR Split Cavity and the Nike VR irons, which completes the range. The Split Cavity offering have a wider sole and thicker topline than the blades, while still maintaining a high level of workability for better players. Again, these start at £630.

The Nike VR irons, priced from £490, feature a CG that is pushed lower to help maximise launch angle so in the Nike VR range there really is a good choice for every level of golfer.

But how did our guys get on? Scroll down and find out…


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