The Nike SQ Sumo hybrid again features all the square design attributes of the SUMO squared woods, but with more loft, to deliver exceptional stability at impact and produce high launching, soft landing shots. We have to say these are very good out of the rough as the Powerbow on the sole and the wider leading edge make it very easy to get the ball up and out. However off the fairway the Nike SQ Sumo hybrids are not as good as the Sumo irons as the extra weight behind the clubhead sends the ball much higher than the comparable irons. Therefore unless you are the greenkeeper’s friend who spends all day in the rough or have a long iron paranoia, then we would suggest going with the full set of Sumo irons which should give you all the forgiveness you need.
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Nike SQ Sumo2 Hybrid Utility Club - Product Details
The Nike SQ Sumo2 Hybrids are not going to win any beauty competitions any time soon, but they may be the easiest hybrids to get airborne ever! If you struggle with your long irons and getting them up in the air then these clubs are for you. They hit it high, very high, but on the downside the distance is way down. I tried the 4 and 6 hybrids and I could hit the 4 and 5 irons SQ Sumo irons a lot further, maybe 20 yards. So, not the best looking, but they get the ball airborne and are very easy to hit. Definitely a higher handicappers club.
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“Perfect size for a hybrid, not too big, not too small.” – September 2009
National Club Golfer
“Really does work..watch ball after ball soar away.” – May 2009
“One of the straightest and most forgiving..bulky looks.” – August 2008
“Mis-hits soared..positive feedback..block shape.” – February 2008
“Hugged the ground at address..highly effective.” – February 2008