Nike VRS Covert 2.0 golf club set to include; Driver, fairway driver, PW, AS, 4 Through 9 irons and non Nike putter. This is the VRS covert 2.0 ironin versus the original covert iron we’ve redesigned the cavity section here to really free up the maximum amount of the face to flex. The biggest difference in the VRS covert 2.0 versus the original version is the engineering that’s gone on in the back of the cavity section.
If we look at this large weight that’s been moved out here toward the perimeter we use that weight to counterbalance this hosel section and in doing that it makes a more balanced Golf Club traditionally we’d see the center of gravity, a little bit more toward, the heel and as we shift that toward the center makes for much more solid impacts for the average and better player.
As we really move the weight toward the perimeter freeing up the face to flex this very thin face what becomes critical to tune the sound in the feel. The product is engineered medallion, the multi material including this red section what that does is really makes for a pure feel even in a distance iron so if you’re a player that’s looking for more distance throughout the entire set this is the best longest distance iron that we’ve ever created at Nike Golf.
They’ve got lots of low center of gravity so it’s supposed to launch the ball nice and high but it’s quite a low launch. NIKE VR_S COVERT 2.0 IRON is the one that more aimed at the high to mid handicap level. The design features that seem to have shaved quite a lot off the back it’s not as bulky as it was the the old covert was really really bulky certainly at the back the centre of shaving it off.
They’ve given it an awesome facelift at the back, it really does look something special it’s got next core face technologists oath in a faceoff for faster ball speed apparently. The center of gravity’s been zipped all the way down to the base of the golf club, that golf ball stay up in the air for a little bit longer than help you guys hit it further.
I said this is they’re forgiving range ,so it’s an iron that is aimed with plenty of forgiveness in mind so on off-centered hits it supposed to twist last, and i’ve got this big tone heel kind of weight in there bit like they did with the design of the drivers.
I’ve actually got the new covert 2.0 driver 3-wood and hybrid ought to be reviewed next so please do check out my review for those clubs, they are coming very soon but it’s the first time for the covert 2.0.
The top hedge has got a little bit of roundness to it, so it offers that level of luxury almost behind the club, it makes you feel like you’re going to be able to hit the ball consistently every time.
We’ve got something new to this golf ball this is the new Tour wrap grip this has been featured on all of the covert stuff so this is all the covert irons have got white grips and all the covert Tour stuff I’ve got red Tour wrap grips, that’s one way of an outer highlight which of the players.
I mean the might change grips out and sore but you’d like to think they’d be trying to stay with the same color scheme and but yeah absolute forgiveness I’ve just got this in the in the standard Dynalite True Temper stuff shaft , which is the standard shaft and the loft of a 7-iron.
I’ve got the 7-iron here the loft of this is 31 degrees so it is stronger than standard what is standard anymore I don’t know because we tried the the X hot – 2 x2 hot last week and that was going ridiculous along but the loft of that was 30 so it’s one degree stronger than this, so be interesting to see what this bad boy does compared to that.