Nike Slingshot Mixed Iron Set – The Ultimate Game Improving Irons Review

Nike have released their new Slingshot Mixed Irons for 2010. Following on from their predecessors the new Nike Slingshot Mixed Irons continue to be one of the best game improving iron sets on the market. Nike’s first Slingshot Irons were well received by golfers around the world. Since then Nike have improved them dramatically, by incorporating all their latest technology and innovation.

This Nike Iron set features a 3 hybrid right through to pitching and sand wedge. The 3 hybrid replaces the traditional long iron, enabling more consistency and therefore more confidence. The Nike Slingshots feature a progressive sole width, with the mid irons having a slightly wider sole to encourage a higher ball flight, while the shorter irons have a thinner sole for more control and cleaner strike. For more forgiveness on the longer iron shots, the 4,5 and 6 irons also feature a larger offset and higher MOI.

To achieve maximum forgiveness in golf irons, one of the main factors is weight management. Moving the weight lower and deeper in these ultra game improving Nike Mixed Irons provides a larger sweet spot. To achieve this Nike have employed their famed Powerbow, the Powerbow is the band of metal at the back of the club, it moves 30g of weight from the face and puts it low and deep in the club. To further the forgiveness of these irons, Nike have incorporated the Air CG technology, this puts the centre of gravity in air behind the face increasing the launch angle and reduces spin.

As well as being a super game improvement iron set, the Nike Slingshot Mixed Irons are also very easy on the eye. On address they have a medium thin topline and the Powerbow is almost hidden. The Slingshots are designed in a blue, black and stainless steel scheme. The Nike Slingshots Mixed Irons are the ultimate in game improving irons, offering maximum forgiveness while looking fantastic in the bag.