With significantly strong lofts, SQ Sumo irons get the ball up quickly. Shots come with an extremely soft feel and lively action off the club face. Head weights are balanced nicely at setup, and shafts perform well for a light model, with the steel option the best performer. The wide soles move through the hitting area cleanly, making mis-hits stay relatively straight.
Nike SQ Sumo irons are bit light, which can force players with stronger swing speeds to lay off to ensure impact is precise. Their strong lofts and fairly wide soles can also prevent shaped shots and result in slight distance limitations.
Nike SQ Sumos champion technology, allowing for accurate shots with acceptable distance. Falling in the $400 (steel) to $500 (graphite) range, they are superior clubs for the novice or beginner. Nike Tiger Woods or Nike Victory Red blades are more suitable for advanced players.