Martin Hopley

The Nike Victory Red irons are cast irons, but the feel of them is remarkably good.

They were very forgiving across the face and unusually for these types of irons, the trajectory was not too high. This means the longer irons could be blended with the Victory Red irons Split Cavity version of the irons if required.

The main difference compared to the Split Cavity irons is that the top line of the club is a little thicker and there is a greater offset in the hosel to allow for more forgiveness.

We found them very pleasing on the eye and a joy to hit so if you are a mid-teens handicapper then these are well worth trying out.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
Overall Rating - 4 stars:
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Nike Victory Red Iron

Nike Victory Red Irons - Product Details

UK Launch01 November 2008
USA Launch01 November 2008
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular
Set Makeup4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, GW
Additional Clubs2, 3, SW, LW
Manufacturer's WebsiteNike Website

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Media Reviews

Today's Golfer
July 2010
Precision, accuracy and performance..looks really help at address.
National Club Golfer
February 2010
A revelation..plenty of power and forgiving..seriously good.
National Club Golfer
October 2009
Powerful clubs with distance and forgiveness..solid at impact.
Today's Golfer
July 2009
Impressive..struggle for distance. For those seeking accuracy.
National Club Golfer
June 2009
Nike's finest iron yet for the club golfer.
Today's Golfer
February 2009
Easy on the eye, easy to use..extremely forgiving.
Golf Monthly
January 2009
Visually different..ultra forgiving and inspire confidence throughout set.
Golf Monthly
November 2008
An impressive, ultra forgiving set..long irons inspired confidence.

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