Martin Hopley

The Nike SasQuatch 460 driver has taken driver club head design in a different direction - backwards!

The heads of the SasQuatch 460 are slightly shallower and deeper than is normal these days, but it works as this pulls the weight low and further back to give a penetrating flight on the ball and a great sound at impact.

We found the face very forgiving on mis-hits and the stock shafts provided all the necessary power to the club head.

Visually the club looks great at address and the silver 'Powerbow' line at the back of the head is just asking to be hit through the ball.

We think this could be the shape of drivers to come for mid to high handicappers.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Nike SasQuatch 460 Driver

Nike SasQuatch 460 Driver - Product Details

UK Launch01 February 2006
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Left Handed Lofts9.5°, 10.5°
Right Handed Lofts9.5°, 10.5°, 13°
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Light
Manufacturer's WebsiteNike Website

User Reviews

Brian Stephenson
November 2017

I started using the Sasquatch with the 13 degree loft option recently; I find it has helped me to improve my performance off the tee quite a lot. I can achieve better distance with this compared to my Wilson and Hippo drivers, plus I find it more forgiving.

Jamie Kennedy
February 2006

The Nike SasQuatch 460 Driver is very similar to the Ignite at contact, but looks more compact. It is a more modern looking driver and it goes! Dont trust Tiger's driving accuracy, because you dont need to go after your drives, it travels high and far and the stock shafts are actually pretty good. Worth a shot, but there is better out there.

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Media Reviews

Golf World
May 2006
Few liked the looks..acquitted itself very well.
Golf World
December 2005
Plenty of power..satisfying noise..unlike any other driver.
Golf Monthly
January 2006
Solid feel..quite long..few too many lowish flyers.
Today's Golfer
November 2005
Easy to hit..powerful ball works.

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