The Nike SasQuatch Sumo2 driver in pictures

The Nike SasQuatch Sumo2 driver is the first to make it cool to be square.

Phill Hayman
Fri, 12 Jan 2007

The Nike SasQuatch Sumo2 driver is the first to make it cool to be square. Following in the footprint of the Nike Golf SasQuatch driver, Nike Golf says it has evolved the leading innovation of geometric design to bring golfers even more distance, forgiveness and accuracy through new record levels of MOI
Named SUMO for the Super Moment of Inertia created by Nike Golf's geometric designs, the Nike SasQuatch Sumo2 sports the distinctive yellow soleplate as the original SasQuatch. Now even more visually distinctive due to its square head design, the SasQuatch Sumo2 driver features golf's highest MOI of 5300 and has already won a PGA tour event in the hands of KJ Choi.
This advanced MOI is created by the geometric square design combined with the utilization of a multi-material construction. A deeper beta titanium face, a titanium body and a composite crown combine to bring about material weight savings that are redistributed into the square design, making the driver hotter, longer and more responsive.
As such, the square geometry dramatically enhances the SQ PowerBow and SQ Max Back Centre of Gravity (CG) technologies, which work together to increase MOI, says Nike. The first examples of the club should be in UK shops in early February.
 

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