Nike SasQuatch 460SQ

Item Number: 007
The Nike SasQuatch (SQ) 460 driver with its distinctive head and yellow sole has been spotted on the range and practice fairways in the hands of Stewart Cink, K J Choi, Rory Sabbatini and Swede Carl Petterssen.

Through the power of geometry and Max Back Center of Gravity (CG) technology, Nike Golf has been able to achieve a lower, deeper CG without the use of weights. With its CG set back, low and deep, the SasQuatch is a highly engineered, streamlined instrument of size, power and forgiveness. By way of Max Back CG, geometry teams up with physics to create three advantages:

- Forgiveness – increases the club head’s Moment of Inertia (MOI) or resistance to twisting during off-center hits
- Distance – Wider, taller sweet spot
- Accuracy – moving the CG farther back makes the clubface easier to square for straighter drives.

All of the benefits from the Max Back add up to a higher launch angle, low spin and longer distance.
Now Nike has used the infamous nickname of “Sasquatch” for its latest driver, which has already left traces of it big yellow footprint on the PGA Tour and is now heading to your area.

Nike Golf has the Powerbow technology, which provides the visual cue of the Max Back CG’s radical geometry. Placed on the back of the driver, the Powerbow technology expands the perimeter of performance making it easier to get the ball up and hit it straight. The Powerbow adds a trailing volume of mass to apply more power and control to the ball without overstepping the 460 cc legal limit. The radical design of the Powerbow, makes the SasQuatch Driver look unlike any driver on the market because there is no driver like it on the market.

To get a hotter response and greater consistency, the SasQuatch has a face of layered yet tightly compressed titanium called NexTi, developed exclusively for Nike Golf. Available only in Nike Golf drivers, NexTi brings a revolution of control to the chaotic world of titanium structure. The NexTi titanium face is thinner, stronger and lighter than conventional titanium.