Nike Golf, it seems like, has always been a company to push the boundaries and buck the trends in order to produce equipment that legitimately does make positive differences in their customer's games. Such clubs as the SQ Sumo2 and the original line of Slingshot irons immediately come to mind. While those clubs aren't exactly synonymous with traditional clubs, they did go a long way in making the game more enjoyable for high-handicap players. Over the last couple of years, we've seen them tone down the appearances and even the sound in some cases, but don't mistake that as them resting on their laurels. Their VR franchise is proof of exactly that as well as Nike's commitment to give the players what they want. Even the SQ Machspeed line of drivers and fairways have a much more subdued, all black finish this year, which is a stark contrast to the light grays and bright yellows we've seen used in recent years.
As I said though, don't mistake those trends in aesthetics as a lack in progressive thinking. In fact, they're still pushing the limits as hard, if not harder, than before and a prime example is their newest golf ball, the 20XI. What makes it so revolutionary? Well, you'll have to follow along to find out. While you're at it, kick your feet up and take a look at the latest in the Method line of putters as well as the all new VR Pro Cavity irons.