Nike Vapor Fly Driver
Nike Vapor Fly Driver
Vapor Fly Driver
- 30% reduction in crown weight vs 2015 Vapor Speed Driver for lower CG and more MOI
- New HyperFlight face for extreme ball speed across the entire face
- Re-engineered compression channel amplifies performance on missed-hits
- Covert cavity back design spreads weight to the heel and toe for maximum forgiveness
- FlyBeam structure is used to create a stable body and channels more energy into the face
- Symmetrical C-shape head design for more stability
- FlexLoft 2 technology offers 15 different launch conditions
- Standard Shaft: New Mitsubishi Tensei CK Blue 50
- Standard Grip: Golf Pride Z-Grip
- Head Volume: 460cc
- Loft Options: 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 11.5°, 12.5°
Nike Vapor Fly Driver Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
A 30% reduction in crown weight from the 2015 Vapor Speed driver creates a lower CG and higher MOI. The new Hyperflight Face creates extreme ball speeds across the entire face. A re-engineered Compression Channel amplifies performance on mishits. The maximum launch from a Symmetrical C-Shape head is designed for more stability and the Covert Cavity Back design spreads weight to the heel and toe for maximum forgiveness. FlyBeam structure stabilizes the body and channels more energy into the face. FlexLoft 2 Technology offers 15 different launch conditions.
Who's It For?
The Nike Vapor Fly Driver offers maximum launch conditions, increased forgiveness, and additional spin for those players that might be having trouble getting their driver elevated, producing enough spin and or finding the center of the face. Mid to upper handicappers will benefit from this 460cc head and lightweight shaft.
The new Nike Vapor Fly driver with its stunning Photo Blue/Volt Colorway really shapes the head at address. I felt the ball flight was on the high side for the 8.5 degree setting, yet I did not have any real ballooning. The Vapor Fly is semi-muted, but still provided enough feedback on strikes. I was able to work the ball on command with this driver due to the slightly higher spin rates that I get with my type of swing. I liked the shape of this head compared to the past Nike offerings, it seems more balanced and less pear shaped.
Club Tested: Vapor Fly Driver; Shaft: Tensei CK Blue 50; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 8.5°; Position: Neutral;Read the 2016 Drivers Guide