Are Nike golf balls discontinued?
Nike announced Wednesday that it is getting out of the golf equipment business, ditching any future in clubs, balls and golf bags. “We’re committed to being the undisputed leader in golf footwear and apparel,” Nike Brand president Trevor Edwards said in a statement.
What is the compression of the Nike Crush extreme golf ball?
It features a 312 dimple pattern and a compression of 63. To the average golfer that means very little, but the results do not lie.
When did they stop making Nike golf balls?
2002 Nike launched its first line of golf clubs. Forged irons, wedges and a titanium driver. 2016 Nike announced that it will no longer produce golf clubs, balls or bags.
How much is a Nike golf ball worth?
Golf Ball Price Chart
|Golf Ball Model||Golf Ball Price As Tested|
|Nike Power Distance Soft||$15.99|
|Nike RZN Black||$29.99|
|Nike RZN Platinum||$45.99|
|Nike RZN Red||$29.99|
Will Nike make golf balls again?
Nike have announced that they will no longer make golf clubs, as well as golf balls and bags. They will, instead, focus on golf shoes and apparel, with the aim to partner up with more tour pros around the world.
Why did Nike discontinue golf?
Nike stopped making golf clubs in 2016. It was at this point that the company realized that they were not profitable enough in the golf club division to keep it going. The golf clubs that Nike made were very strong for many years, but at this point, they decided that clubs, balls, and bags were done.
Did Tiger Woods use Nike balls?
In his prime, Woods used a number of different Bridgestone Nike Golf balls such as the Tour Accuracy, ONE TW, ONE Platinum TW, ONE Tour TW and ONE Tour D.
What is the most expensive Nike golf ball?
Here is a quick breakdown of the most expensive golf balls in the world:
- #1 Titleist Pro V1 – $48 per dozen. When you think of golf, you think of Titleist.
- #2 Nike One Tour – $50 per dozen. Nike is pretty much king of all sports, including golf.
- #3 Dixon Fire – $75 per dozen.
Are Nike golf balls valuable?
They are not particularly rare, but distinct enough to be considered collector’s items. They have a pearlescent finish and come in some interesting colors. They’re even inexpensive enough to play if you want to stand out on the course. We also happen to have a resident Nike expert on-hand here at Lost Golf Balls.