Maybe there had been too much hype, but we were a little under-whelmed with the Nike Sasquatch Sumo2. If you are as long as Fred Funk and as accurate as John Daly, then this will not transform you into being as accurate as Funk and as long as Daly. That said it is a very forgiving club on off-centre hits, but if you cut or hook it then it will still move. The composite crown does not give as much feedback as the all titanium head of the Sumo driver and the noise at impact will certainly get you noticed. Unlike Callaway's square dirver, there are no weights in the back of the head, which looks very good depsite being an unusual shape. The Sumo2 is definitely a club for the mid to high handicapper who hits a lot of off-centre shots. Better players should go for the more traditionally shaped Nike Sasquatch Sumo driver
Overall Rating (including users):
Nike SasQuatch Sumo2 Driver - Product Details
Great noise, feels really good even on off centre strikes and you also get a high straight launch, but takes some getting used to. Great club.
What a weird but wonderful sound! The Nike SasQuatch Sumo2 is the club for the golfer who likes to turn heads on the course or on the range. The distance is also amazing and so much straighter of the tee. That MOI stuff really does work!
You must be logged in to write or rate reviews. Please Login
“Ear-piercing clank..bound to get stares..low profile face.” – August 2007
“Looks bloody massive..obnoxiously loud..ball flies so straight.” – May 2007
“Looks huge..sounds like you've broken something..expected more.” – May 2007
“Got used to its shape and noise..flew straight.” – March 2007
“Solid contact..impressive ball flight..lower trajectory..reverberating click.” – January 2007