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It’s time to Engage: New Nike Golf Engage Wedges are coming to OnlineGolf


Engage your mind and your game with these awesome new wedges from Nike Golf. With a Tour authentic, un-chromed finish that cuts glare and increases roughness, the Nike Golf Engage Wedges provide performance and control to lower your scores.

And for golfers looking for that little extra spin – yep that’s pretty much all of us – these wedges will rust over time, thus increasing surface roughness.

Here’s a look at the variations of Nike Golf Engage Wedges available at OnlineGolf:


Nike Golf Engage Wedge Dual Sole

The Nike Golf Engage Dual Sole Wedge features a high performance Dual Sole grind at the sole of the club. This versatile grind is inspired by none other than Tiger Woods and offers two distinct sole surface for the widest array of shots from a wide variety of lies. No matter the lies you find your golf ball, this brilliant sole design will help you hit it closer than you could ever imagine.


Nike Golf Engage Wedge Square Sole

Designed primarily to be played with a squared up clubface, this brilliant wedge features a square sole design. The 54 and 56 degree wedges feature a leading edge bevel inspired by Tiger Woods for added versatility. The 58 and 60 degree wedges feature moderate heel relief for open face shots.


Nike Golf Engage Wedge Toe Sweep

Featuring a second generation Toe Sweep grind, the Nike Golf Engage Toe Sweep Wedge offers performance from a variety of lies. The Toe Sweep design maintains its superior performance from sand and rough while offering versatility on tight lies. It has a wide toe and narrow heel to allow the club to be laid open at address and stay open at impact, perfect for executing flop shots. The Toe Sweep has already racked up victories on tour by Rory McIlroy and Michelle Wie.


Nike Golf Engage Dual Sole Wedge Design

Designed for the highest levels of spin, the Nike Golf Engage Dual Sole Wedge features aggressive machined X3X grooves that deliver maximum USGA legal spin on full shots, For enhanced spin on shorter shots and around the green, the face features a new tour Garnet Blast that is 400% rougher.

For consistent turf interaction in all conditions, the Engage wedge has a modern muscle design to centralise the centre of gravity. To ensure you receive this superb wedge in a non oxidised condition it is finished with a seal coating.


The Nike Golf Engage Wedges launch at OnlineGolf on the 29th May so be sure to pre-order today or snap them up when they’re available.


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