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Nike Vapor Pro Forged Irons


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#1 swing thoughts

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 01:57 PM

I ran across a set of barely used Vapor Pro irons (3-P) for a couple hundred and decided to buy them on a whim. I currently play MP 69's and love them, but I always wanted to try out the Nikes but never did. I can't wait for them to arrive; in the meantime, has anyone played them? They got great reviews, but I'm a little worried that since they were essentially made for Tiger and Rory that I won't have the game to manage them. Thanks for your thoughts, I guess I'm just excited and want to hear all about them.

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#2 tbrumbeloe13

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 08:45 PM

Never hit them, but they look beautiful. I’ve hit many other forged Nike clubs, and they all felt great. Hope you enjoy them, haven’t heard anything but good reviews!

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Posted 03 October 2017 - 01:55 PM

Thanks. I've only been playing a few years and haven't ever hit a Nike. I don't know why I so amped up over these clubs.
Callaway Big Bertha Alpha DBD 9*
Cobra Bio Cell Fairway 13.5
Cobra Fly-Z hybrid 16.5*
Mizuno MP 69 3-P DS300 Gold Stiff
Taylormade Tour Preferred EF52*
Taylormade Tour Preferred EF 58*
Putter varies day to day

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Posted 03 October 2017 - 10:01 PM

Have not played a full set of the Vapor Pro Forged, but played the Vapor Pro combos with the DG Pro shafts for two seasons. Still have them in the basement. They are excellent. Love the bevel on the leading edge, center of gravity centered on the clubhead. Lively irons. Shot my low round ever (73 at Greenbrier) with them. I think these were Nike's best irons. By the way, the VPC set includes long and mid irons with a polymer inside the heads, and they felt great. PXG seemed to like that design idea.
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Callaway Apex hybrid, 20 degree, Kuro Kage 80HY stiff shaft
Mizuno MP-59, 4-P, PX 5.5
(Coming: Srixon z565 4 iron, z965 5-P, C Taper Lite X.)
Ping Glide 50, 54, CFS wedge shafts
Fourteen RM12 58/12 sand wedge
Edel Rogue putter (thick blade), 34 inch.

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 08:45 PM

I have a set of the vapor pro forged, recently installed project X flighted 6.5 on them and they are some of the purest irons ive ever played.


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