Martin Hopley
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The Nike VR Pro Cavity irons is a powerful iron with more forgiveness than the VR Pro Combo irons and a good medium high trajectory that is not as tour like as Nike claim.

The thicker top line and slightly larger offset look very good in the longer irons, but the larger soles became quite chunky in the shorter irons.

However distance was very impressive and swinging the clubs is effortless, particularly with the lighter True Temper Dynalite shaft.

The feel is not quite as sharp as the Nike VR Pro Combo irons due to the insert, but otherwise it is hard to fault these clubs.

The VR Pro cavity irons are really aimed at mid to high handicappers but we think low handicappers should consider adding the longer irons into their VR Pro Combo set.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
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Nike VR Pro Cavity Iron

Nike VR Pro Cavity Irons - Product Details

Launch UK01 February 2011
Launch USA01 February 2011
Handicap Range
Low
High
GolferMens
Hand AvailabilityRight
MaterialSteel
Shaft TypesSteel
Shaft FlexStiff, Regular
Set Makeup4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, SW
Manufacturer's WebsiteNike Website

User Reviews

James
December 2010

The VR Pro Cavity irons fit nicely into the VR Pro range for the imroving player looking for forgiveness and performance. Although a little bit clunky for my liking at address they instill confidence and offer all the forgiveness that Nike promise - particularly forgiving on off centre hits. A good looking iron like all the VR Pro range these should make the short list for those in the market for a game improvement iron.

Brad Blair
December 2010

Tested out these irons whilst also hitting the VR Pro Blades and Pro Combos. The VR Cavity Irons performed well, but didnt offer me the feedback and feel of the blades or the smaller cavity in the combos. I suggest they would be a welcome addition for that golfer looking to go from trying to break 90 to trying to break 80. Overall a good looking iron that produces.

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Media Reviews

Today's Golfer
July 2011
Smallest head in this category, but performed extremely well
Golf World
March 2011
Workable and give plenty of feedback.. but too plain

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