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About this product
- Description• The Slingshot HL hybrid irons features a set comprised of 3 hybrids and 5 irons constructed of 17-4 stainless steel • Slingback bar moves weight further back in the Hybrid for increased stability• Variable sole width and progressive Center of Gravity (CG) provide optimum initial launch trajectory and maximum playability through the set• Increased offset in the long irons provide easier, higher initial launch trajectory and squaring of the club face• Decreased offset in the short irons provide shot-shaping control into and around the green• A confidence-inspiring head shape and game-improvement design offer forgiveness and control throughout the set
- ModelSlingshot HL
- Club TypeIron Set
- Shaft MaterialGraphite
- Head MaterialSteel
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- bluelensphoto22 Apr, 2010by
Bang-for-buck you might not find a better set of clubs. After scouring the web looking for reviews on game improvement clubs, I narrowed it down to a few sets. Because the Taylormade and Callaway options were pricier, I decided on the Nike Slingshot HLs. The benefits listed from others were the three hybrids (3-5) and the wide soul to produce better ball flight and more forgiveness in the 6-P. I honestly think the irons are easier to get the ball off the ground - in general, not for this specific set - but contacting the hybrids in the sweet spot produces a feeling unlike anything else in the game - is just juice. I can punch the 3h about 250 and for a beginner that seems good. Typically, the produce straight ball flight, especially the irons. The hybrids are forgiving and great to hit with, but due to the club head size, they are a bit easier to mishit - slice/fade. I have yet to play a round, but have taken them to the range and had a few other friends hit them to offer feedback as well. One friend who shoots in the 80s and is more of a Taylormade guy really likes them, especially the hybrids. My other friend is a 5 handicap and is a Ping guy and he really liked the whole set. He's not used to hybrids, being and all blade guy, but he did say the sweetness of the clubs could not be denied. If you're looking for a solid set of clubs, especially a GI set for an awesome deal, look for the slingshot HLs, especially if you can get them for under $300. I also like the clean design and the black and lime color scheme. Pair these with a Nike Dymo2 STR-8 FIT driver from 2009 and a Dymo2 3 wood, throw in an Odyssey two ball white ice putter and you're ready to go. Highly recommended Read full review
- jwats4golf09 Jul, 2012by
Max game improvement at great price.
My set was 6i-AW. Not the original with hybrids. Played the Nike Slingshot OSS graphite R flex for several years. Bought this as a second set. Like them better. Thinner topline and same distance or slightly longer. High launch insures soft landing and holds the greens. Maximum game improvement club. Like most clubs, wait for one marketing cycle to pass and the deals are great.
- 37238046@delete...20 May, 2010by
slingshots for older and younger players
I've played a lot of clubs, my last was the X-22s. Great for a little better players,I changed to these because I had a set of slingshot OSS,I really liked them, but thought I wanted better. I'm 55 and a bad back, I changed to the HL set because no matter how good you are, hybrids are IT. The irons are a little heavy so you just need to slow your swing down and theywill fly. Like I said Im a club nut and I'll be playing these for a long time. I forgot to say that I'm a 16 handicap. Hope this helps those looking for a hybrid set! Tim
- 540chan26 Feb, 2011by
Nike SSHL Iron Set
These clubs have a great feel to them in your hands. It is slightly heavier than normal clubs so this helps if you are a heavy swinger. I enjoy the 3-5 hybrids as it is very forgiving and easy to hit, but it does allow for a bit of frequent mishits as well due to the larger club surface. The appearance of the clubs are not bad as well.
- dallcwbys4life11 May, 2010by
Nike Slingshot HL Iron set Golf Club
Bought a set for my 16yr. old son. He hasn't golfed alot, maybe 25-30 times but thought this would be an above average intro set for him. He has improved his game quite a bit since using these. The 3,4 $ 5 hybrids have helped him the most. He hits the PW very well. Ive tried them on the range I do too believe they are a good set. Perfect for the intro golfer and or the golfer that only plays 1-2 month.