Review: Nike RZN Tour Golf Balls
On the course, the RZN Black was average for me, but the RZN Platinum was noticeably better. The ball flight on the RZN Black was not climbing very quickly and dropping out of the air like a low spin ball usually does for me. However, the RZN Platinum was climbing and holding its flight. The touch around the greens was way better than other Nike golf balls I had tried to play. Overall I was impressed with the changes Nike has made to make a ball to compete with the others in the market.
I also wanted to know what Nike thought would be the better ball for my game, so I took the quick online fitting guide
I clicked on:
MORE THAN 95 MPH
MAX SPIN & PRECISION STOPPING
QUIET & SOFT
And the best RZN ball for my game:
I would agree with this recommendation because the RZN Platinum both felt the best and performed the best for me. The data tells the same story when I hit the Black and Platinum balls on Flightscope. Using 10 shots with each ball and club I compiled the average for 5 performance categories.
While it seems that Nike has been kind of quiet in 2016, they produced their best line up of tour golf balls yet. The improved feel, outstanding performance and “Flight Suit” make these legit contenders for the best ball this year. So if you are looking for something different in a tour ball check out the Nike RZN Black or Platinum for your golf ball needs.
For more information: www.nikegolf.com
+ Cutting edge technology that works
+ Multiple models to pick from
+ Easy selection guide to get fit
– Not many recognizable golfers beyond Rory playing them