NIKE VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE WEDGE Review
The NIKE VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE is a conservative looking wedge and it retails for $110 (MSRP). At the first glance, I was impressed with its beautiful satin finish. Looks aside, The Dual Wide Sole version features a C shape grind and at a closer inspection you'll notice the obvious sole relief in the heel and toe. This particular shape is aimed at improving a high-launch trajectory with tons of spin, and you'll take full advantage of these features on full shots. The VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE comes with a new groove design, 27 of them, which are now closer together, wider and deeper than in the previous generation, and this new design promotes consistency and spin control, according to Nike.
After playing a few rounds with the new VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE, I found that this wedge excels when it comes to getting the ball out of bunkers and rough. I mean, playability is top-notch, as the VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE is very easy to open up and also to add loft when required. This is a high-rated club by all means, which can get the ball out regardless of the situation, from the hardest and toughest bunker lies. You'll notice these qualities especially when it comes to full swings, and talking about full swings, distance control is absolutely marvelous. The VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE is one of the best wedges I tried recently, which delivers shot after shot, round after round, being remarkably consistent especially when it comes to full swings from the fairway. The wedge feels well balanced and its refined, classic look and the compact head signals that the VR X3X DUAL SOLE WIDE is truly a player's club, which provides a lovely combo of distance control and playability.