Martin Hopley

The low CG of the Nike SQ Sumo Squared fairway wood with its PowerBow design and the large sweet spot of the Cryo Steel face get the ball up and out of any lie with ease.

However the trajectory is a little higher than with the ‘standard’ Sasquatch 2 fairways. It actually looked pretty good at address and the face was a little wider and deeper than the Sasquatch 2, so if you need that extra sweetspot then you will like these.

We feel that these are aimed at higher handicappers, so if your fairway woods are as accurate as an Olympic bid, you’ll find the Nike SQ Sumo Squared woods are just the thing to get you amongst the medals.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
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Nike SQ Sumo2 Fairway Wood

Nike SQ Sumo2 Fairway Wood - Product Details

Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Light
Manufacturer's WebsiteNike Website

User Reviews

April 2017

Extremely solid. Straight.

Drew Tuck
May 2008

Found the Nike SQ Sumo2 fairway wood to be better from the tee than a tight lie on the fairway. The square head, once I got use to it was not a problem and I really liked the alignment aid that is on the face. The flight of the ball was a bit high for my liking, but if you did struggle to get the ball airborne this club could be your answer. Not that bad a club.

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Media Reviews

Today's Golfer
October 2009
Not keen on the shape..flight was unquestionably straight.
Today's Golfer
November 2008
A club to get the ball up and straight.
Golf Monthly
June 2008
Quite compact creating confidence in its playability..consistent, forgiving.
Golf Punk
June 2008
Looked really good..hits powerful bullets..launches too high.
Golf Punk
June 2008
Looked really good..hits poerful bullets..launches too high.
Golf Monthly
April 2008
Neat look..crisp contact..very solid feel..perfectly playable.
Golf Digest
February 2008
Performance in a box..good distance, nicely.

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