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Nike Victory Red Cast V-REV Wedge


$89.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Durably constructed, doesn't get scratched or dented too easily. Low price considering the performance and durability. Has a great feel throughout the swing.

The Cons:Difficult to use, requires a fair bit of technique.

The Nike Victory Red Cast V-REV Wedge is a tour grade wedge geared for golfers who desire the best feel and longevity. Featured is a new V-Rev groove design that now officially complies with the USGA groove rules.

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More importantly, the V-REV Wedge now hosts a more compact and low profile head shape that are a nit smaller than the Cleveland 588 wedges, yet not as cambered. In addition, this wedge was cast (rather than forged) from 8620 carbon steel, which is 45% softer than 17-4 stainless steel. There is also a Dual Sole Design. This provides for maximum versatility in a variety of turf conditions. As per a good feel, the wedge now houses Lamkin Crossline grips. These are soft rubber grips, meaning players can grip with less force, thereby reducing stress while enhancing their swing.

Features

  • Tour Wedge
  • V-Rev Grooves
  • USGA/R&A Compliant
  • 8620 Carbon Steel
  • Dual Sole Design
  • Maximum Versatility
  • Compact Head Shape
  • Less Cambered
  • Rubber Grips
  • Less Stress
  • Enhanced Swing
  • Maximum Spin
  • Maximum Shot Placement

Available Finishes

  • Nike Victory Red Cast V-REV Wedge | Satin Chrome
  • Nike Victory Red Cast V-REV Wedge | Black Satin

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    durably constructed, doesn't get scratched or dented too easily

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    low price considering the performance and durability

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    has a great feel throughout the swing

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    complies with USGA groove rules, can be used in competition

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    creates a high degree of spin, easy to sit the ball down right where you want it

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    shaft works with your swing to keep it stable and transmit power

Cons
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    difficult to use, requires a fair bit of technique

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