Nike Golf adds fairway woods to its full line of SQ MachSpeed clubs

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BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Nike Golf has added more speed to its new SQ MachSpeed line with the addition of the Nike SQ MachSpeed fairway woods, which use the power of Total Swing Aerodynamics to help golfers hit the ball farther and straighter. As with the recently unveiled SQ MachSpeed drivers, these new fairway woods feature the combination of square technology and Nike's Total Swing Aerodynamic Design. This aerodynamic engineering moves air faster across the sole, over the crown and around the skirt for incremental swing speed advances, and Nike designed these new woods to optimize the aerodynamics throughout the entire swing and to deliver more speed and reduce drag. At the beginning of the downswing, the tapered heel geometry and toe-side aerodynamic Nike PowerBow design promote smooth air flow around the head for quicker acceleration, company officials explained. As speed increases, so does drag force. But the aerodynamic Nike PowerBow and sole diffuser designs keep the airflow smooth and close to the club surface, reducing drag and encouraging a faster acceleration. Drag reduction throughout the downswing allows the club to reach its true maximum speed, they said, delivering maximum energy to the ball. The new clubs come in 3-wood (RH/LH); 4-wood (RH); 5-wood (RH/LH) and 7-wood, with the 3-wood and 5-wood available in both left-handed and right-handed models and the 4-wood and 7-wood models available in right-handed only. They carry a suggested retail price of $239.99 per club. Women's models are available in 3-wood, 5-wood and 7-wood, all right-handed only. They also retail for $239.99 per club.