When did Nike VRS irons come out?

(January 12, 2012)–Continuing with the perpetual theme of speed and distance in its new VR_S line of clubs in 2012, Nike Golf is introducing the Nike VR_S irons.

When did they stop making Nike irons?

Answer. Nike stopped making golf clubs in 2016.

What does Nike VRS stand for?

As you can guess, the “S” in “VR-S” stands for “speed”. The combination of technology and design makes it Nike’s fastest series ever. The VR-S clubs are a must-have for the player looking to compensate for slower swings.

What loft is a Nike VRS approach wedge?

Nike VRS X Wedge Specifications

Club Loft Lie
8 Iron 35.0° 63.5°
9 Iron 39.0° 64.0°
PW 44.0° 64.5°
AW 48.0° 65.0°

Did Nike stop making clubs?

Nike have announced that they will no longer make golf clubs, as well as golf balls and bags. They will, instead, focus on golf shoes and apparel, with the aim to partner up with more tour pros around the world. They already sponsor the likes of 14-time major winner Tiger Woods and 4-time major winner Rory McIlroy.

Does Nike make golf irons?

Nike spokesman Brian Strong said the company has no plans to sell its golf equipment business as part of the transition, and that where there are products being made, production will continue to completion, which Strong says will take place over the next few months.

Does Nike still make golf irons?

Nike announced Wednesday that it is getting out of the golf equipment business, ditching any future in clubs, balls and golf bags.

Who made Nike Golf irons?

In 2001, Nike Golf hired Tom Stites to design its first golf club launches, which came in 2002. Stites had worked at the Ben Hogan Company as an engineer, and had run his own boutique club company called Impact Golf Technologies. The first Nike Golf club to reach the market was the Pro Combo set of forged irons.