Nike Vapor Pro Combo Irons
A progressive set that offers forgiveness and higher launching long irons along with modern muscle blade short irons with penetrating trajectories. Feel beautiful and feedback is adequate, but they are slightly more difficult to hit than some competitors... once you have got through the teething stages, you will reap the rewards and enjoy these to the max.
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Low to Mid
Right & Left Hand
59° – 64° (3 – PW)
20° – 46° (3 – PW)
36″ – 39.25″ (3 – PW)
Shaft Type and Name
True Temper DG Pro
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Nike Vapor Pro Combo Irons Detailed Review
Having gone through stringent checks prior to production, the Vapor Pro Combos are built to the highest level.
A five piece construction which among other things offers a forged steel clubface. A feature that really appears to our game and will undoubtedly work for most players.
The center of Gravity of the club has been shifted by 45 grams to either side of the club-face resulting in more forgiving off-center strike.
Control & Feel
The long irons feel solid and have a soft very minimized ‘vibration’ at impact which spurs confidence as each and every shot passes. The short irons though unfortunately have a ‘deadened’ feel despite the forged club-head.
This is due to the relatively large cavity behind the club-face which offsets the feel. The slightly heavy feel to the irons helps increase swing speed momentum through the ball as well as minimize face rotation.
As mentioned above, the heavy club-head also aids tearing through turf and provides a progressive trajectory with the longer irons having a higher initial trajectory and the shorter irons a penetrating ball flight, which improves consistency in approach shots as one is able to judge distance a whole lot better.
Whilst being more forgiving than the Vapor Pros, they are still not a walk in the park to strike well… if you’re a good player though you won’t have a problem. The faster the swing speed the more you will get out of these. Distance control is fantastic.
Design & Appearance
An almost identical offering to the Vapor Pro irons from afar, but when taking a closer look one will notice a few standout differences.
The Vapor Pro Combos have a thicker topline, thicker sole and slightly more offset particularly in the longer irons. Despite these differences it does not take anything away from the appearance as it’s still a really good looking offering.
Value for Money
At $1,100 the Nike Vapor Pro Combo’s aren’t the cheapest irons on the market, but they are definitely built for longevity.
If you are a low handicapper, but only play a couple times a month and are looking for a little bit of help where possible, but still using ‘players irons’ then give these a go… they won’t disappoint.