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More Geometry = More Magic in Nike Golf's SQ SUMO Family
Nike Golf Introduces the New SQ SUMO² Fairway Wood
January 17, 2008
Nike Golf's distinctive yellow trademark continues to make its presence
known, this time with the introduction of the SQ SUMO² (square) Fairway
Wood, the most recent addition to Nike's popular SQ SUMO Family.
Available in stores nationwide starting on SUMO Saturday, February 2, 2008,
the SQ SUMO² Fairway Wood incorporates three innovative Nike Golf
technologies that help generate straight shots out of any lie –- Nike's
signature PowerBow Weighting; Monorail Sole; and a Hot Cryo Steel Face.
These three ingredients, combined with a high Moment of Inertia (MOI) and
updated body shaping, result in a square-shaped fairway wood that is
forgiving, maximizes distance and helps golfers get the ball off the ground.
All of these add up to providing golfers with a renewed confidence in their
fairway wood performance.
Nike's PowerBow Weighting manages weight in the club head to further
maximize precision and performance. The Monorail Sole is an innovative
design that makes it easier to hit from all types of lies. The SQ SUMO²
Fairway Wood also has a lightweight Cryo Steel material that provides a
large, responsive sweet spot for maximum distance and increased forgiveness
across the clubface.
"Geometry is king"
"Geometry is king," said Tom Stites, Nike Golf's Director of Product
Creation for Clubs. "The principle of geometry provides our research and
development team with unlimited possibilities and inspiration, and the new
SUMO² Fairway Wood is a derivative of that."
Nike Golf: Geometry is King