If you’re going to play the BERES Nx driver, definitely also consider upgrading to the NX fairway woods and hybrids. They’re natural transitions from the driver, and will get you a similar look, performance, feel and ball flight – with evenly progressive distance. That type of conformity at the long end of your bag can never be understated enough. Especially when you’re playing clubs that will bring out the very best in your game.
And even if you’re not playing the driver, the BERES Nx fairway woods and hybrids are designed for players with average swing speeds. Imagine suddenly gaining trajectory and distance where you need it. Like reaching long par-4s in two. Or hitting your second shot on a par-5, to the point where you have a short chip shot in. This is where BERES Nx fairway woods and hybrids really shine through.
They sport a solid carbon crown, radial clubface, widened booster slot and sole weighting. The clubface is titanium and the sole is stainless steel. Think of the slot as a catalyst mechanism, in helping the ball leave the clubface faster with a more solid feel – even for slower swing speeds. As a result, they generate plenty of initial ball speed with high trajectory, low spin and ample distance. The fairway woods also have a wide sweet spot across the clubface, which helps reduce mis-hits. They’re offered in a 15-degree 3-wood and 18-degree 5-wood. The hybrids – which are available in lofts of 19, 22 and 25 degrees – are designed to help you generate high and straight shots from a variety of lies. Expect off-center hits to perform as if you hit them smack on the center.
As if that wasn’t all great, these clubs also come stocked with Honma’s proprietary VIZARD shaft. The shaft spine is oriented identically for all of the clubs, which stabilizes performance and ball flight. In other words, it’s designed to do all of the work, so you can just chill and take an easy, effortless swing.