Speaking with a top coach recently, he told me one of the biggest faults by amateurs is telling themselves what not to do and what could go on. For example, how many of us have stood over the ball with the fear in our heads of not wanting to hit the ball in the water, the trees or the sand?
The Nike SasQuatch 2 Fairway Wood features Monorail Sole Design which cuts through all types of lies. Weight has been added to the perimeter of the Power Bow to move the center of gravity back and offer a higher MOI. A new cryo steel face provides a larger and hotter sweet spot.
Immediately, our subconscious mind will think about what could go wrong and will then do its best to make it happen. If you want to evaluate what could go wrong, that's fine, size up the situation if it's a case of risk or reward. But then make up your mind what you want to happen.
If you want to give yourself a suggestion, phrase it in your mind using positive progressive language. For example: "Right, let's hit this ball onto the fairway over there." or "This one's headed for the middle of the green." Being positive instead of negative can save us several strokes in a round.
Trying to find the middle with the long ball? Looking for some shape to your shot? Thanks to SQ SUMOgeometry, the strategically located center of gravity gives you the freedom to work the ball and laugh in the face of even the most sadistic course designers.
Nike SQ SUMO 5000 Fairway Wood Geometry: The deep-faced profile and rounded Nike PowerBow design offer the best in performance options, allowing you to hit it long and straight, or shape it like the games best players.
When you go for a custom-fitting session, as I did yesterday, at Titleist's state-of-the art facility at St Ives Golf Club, it's important to ideally bring your 'A game' to the bay (or as near as possible) so the clubs you're planning to use, can compliment your current swing.
Nike Victory Red Tour Driver
Maruman MJ Prestigio FVR Driver