The new SQ DYMO Str8-Fit driver from Nike Golf allows golfers to dial in eight different head positions in the quest for a certain shot shape.
The SQ DYMO (Dynamic Moment of Intertia) uses a Str8-Fit adaptor built into the hosel to allow for adjustability, without the use of multiple heads or shafts.
The driver comes with a specialized wrench for fast and easy adjustments based on ball flight needs, allowing golfers to improve launch conditions and spin through loft, lie angle, MOI, centre of gravity and face depth.
A prototype of the SQ DYMO Str8-Fit was used by Trevor Immelman in his Masters victory earlier this year. It is available in square and a new folded round geometric design and comes with a UST Proforce Axiv Core shaft and a 360 degree grip design.
Dynamic Moment of Inertia is also a feature of the new SQ DYMO driver from Nike, which offers five lofts, five lie angles, five face heights and five trajectories in square or round geometries.
The SQ DYMO features a UST Wide Body Shaft with Axiv Core and comes with a new SQ grip.
Nike has also introduced the SQ DYMO fairway woods, with a new Quad Keel sole design that has four critical sole quadrants to eliminate the back of the club from contacting the turf through impact to push shots off line and diminish distance.
The SQ Dymo fairway woods also come in square and round geometries and with a UST Wide Body shaft with Axiv Core and the new SQ grip design.
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