So good that many of my own playing partners have offered to send them back to Nike for me at no charge! The difference is great. Even most of my not-so-great swings sent drives right down the middle of the fairway. Did you go to the same Demo Days as me. No problem TX…it is similar to the softball bats but remember when Titanium came out people were not used to that either.
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The Dymo was on average 8 yards longer with all 3 golfers and ballspeed averages were 6 mph faster with the Dymo STR8 Fit compared to the r9.
Nike Dymo and Dymo2 Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
I think Nike will be very happy with the reception this whole series gets. And where I feel like they did a great job packaging it and designing the tool…they should have known that men typically HATE manuals. I decided to close the face 1 degree and try it out. Maybe we should do a poll on this to see some eq.
The only problem with the TaylorMade is that if you buy one today, they will come out with a new driver the next month…so pick your poison. So good that many of my rymo playing partners have offered to send them back to Nike for me at no charge!
Nike SQ Dymo STR8-Fit Driver Review – Golfalot
OK, I made that part up. John Barry 9 years ago. Oddly, the trajectory and height was better and easier to control with the Dymo 2. I hate to say it, but I have some stigma against playing Nike.
I would definitley get the r9 instead of the dymo. Final Thoughts I am truly impressed with what the Nike folks have put out this season. I swear, Never have Dyno heard so dismal a sound. They had these goofy two tone crowns and the noise, the sound that emitted from them was ear shattering at best.
We are here to help educate and empower golfers. There is no special club out there that will instantly fling open the doors to Scratchville and invite the average player to come on in. Watch out, straightness does come at a price. The CG is moved lower and more to the rear of the club for the higher lofts to increase spin rates and help get the ball into the air.
This str8 does the job.
The Nike rep dropped the ProLaunch Red shaft in a Off-center hits were forgiven just like one should expect from a modern cc head, but not excessively so. I went with a stiff shaft and found 8 out of 10 balls straight down the fairway. One bucket of balls later, it was in the bag.
Nike SQ DYMO 10.5* Driver Regular
Next round I was swinging well and went back to neutral for shot shaping and it worked perfectly. The model I was using was fitted with a stiff dymoo which was not really suitable for my swing.
Workability with the Dymo is right on with what Nike promises. The R9 is solid, but not better than the R7 to me. I must say that i was impresed with all the clubs but i got more distance and accuracy with the DYMO2 it dyko not alot but a little is a lot in golf. First of all I feel it sound like a tin can I wish it would sound more solid for the price I pay for…my distance is way short from my ex Big Dymoo 10 degree….
Look like a damn bodybuilder. We felt much more confident on hitting a straight tee shot with the Taylormade.
The perfect set-up for me as well. Tried everything else and dyo had the grouping that the Dymo2 had…not even close. Anyone else that owns the Dymo2…how does it compare to your previous drivers? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I was trying to figure out if i like this or the taylormade burner better.