Showing posts with label Nike. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nike. Show all posts

Monday, 22 December 2014

The Nike Performance Hybrid Carry Golf Bag Review

Nike Golf Performance Hybrid Bag Review
Nike Golf Performance Hybrid Bag Review
Choosing a golf bag can be a real chore, however with such a big decision and considering the bag will be with you for many years it is worthwhile choosing the best golf bag for the greatest game on the planet.

Here is the review for Nike Golf Performance Hybrid Stand Bag

This excellent Performance Hybrid Carry Golf bag can be used as a both a carry bag as well as easily fixing onto a golf cart and golf buggy. The easily removable straps make fixing the bag into a snug cart a piece-of-cake. One of the key features of this bag are the 14 golf club dividers that help ensure you can easily locate your chosen club when it comes to shot selection. Having a dedicated putter divider also is a great help.

The bag straps are made from Equaflex material that helps keep your back and shoulders cool when carrying, perfect for those hot golfing rounds!

How much storage space is there in the Nike Performance Hybrid Golfing Bag?

Storage space for this top golf bag is also remarkable. With a total of 11 pockets you’ll have plenty of dedicated storage space for all your golfing accessories. 8 of the pockets are zipped, so they’ll keep your valuables safe when you are out on the golf course. A Waterproof fleece lined valuables pocket will help protect your mobile or GPS unit dry and scratch-free too!

An insulated cooler pocket is also a top feature as it helps keep your drinks cool whilst playing. I really do like Nike and this golfing bag is no exception. The cooler bag will keep your beverages cool for at least a full round of 18 holes.

Read the customer reviews for the Nike Golf Performance Hybrid Stand Bag today

The Performance Hybrid Carry Golf Bag is also lightweight as it is made from aluminum. It also comes with a rain hood that will keep your equipment dry if it rains when on the golf course. Easy stand deployment helps ensure a solid connection with the ground when placing the golf bag on the golf course.

A handy external clip helps you secure a golf brush and towel.

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Best Golf balls and why you should always play the same brand

The idea of playing with a single brand of golf-ball may seem a bit excessive, however there are reasons and you will discover why choosing what ball to play with is an extremely important decision and I will explain why.

The golf ball has many variants but can be divided between professional and amateur. The amateur ball normally consists of 2 layers and a softer core, giving durability, lowering cost but sacrificing feel and responsiveness. The professional ball (80-mps + club head speed) has 3 layers and a more solid core – with a higher club head speed the ball can still reach incredible distances but has the advantage of being more responsive and softer around the green, especially with a lobbed or wedge club and generates more spin and precision.  

Nike 2014 Power Distance Long
I for example play with Titleist the Nike 2014 Power Distance Long golf ball, depending on what my American Golf shop can offer. To be honest I prefer this variation over the other Nike balls currently available. It's soft for me around the greens and I love putting with this ball. I will not mix up my balls; I only stick to one brand. The Nike Golf PD Long Power Distance is an excellent and affordable Golf Ball!

Now we have to be focused in golf and why I suggest you only use one brand of golf ball is as follows:

You will take away the chance of inconsistency in the game. There are already too many variations in the game, so why have balls that create another variation? Take for example 10 different balls and they will have varying degrees of different feel and technological innovations. If you use only one type of ball brand you will have produced the sought after keyword = consistency. Each ball will “FEEL” like the last.

Titleist Pro V1
I have used Pro V1 before and they handled well but were very fragile. These are Professional balls used the most in Major PGA Tours, but the Urethane Elastomer coating is so soft after a round the ball was in a poor condition. Now if you are a professional this is not a major concern for me the cost outweighs the advantages of this ball. I suggest the Titleist Pro V1 Golf Ball for it's superb softness and playability
For the amateur golfer I would recommend staying with one ball that you like the feel of, reduce a variation in your game and learn how the ball reacts over time. The idea of golf is to strive for consistency, so make your ball selection consistent too.