In the Tiger Woods video game, adding a slight draw or fade to your tee shot is a simple as clicking on the controller. Nike's new driver is an attempt to provide the same simplicity to the real game at a cost of $550. The STR8-FIT, launched this month, allows hackers and scratchers alike to adjust their club head to one of eight different positions by varying the face angle (2° closed to 2° open), lie angle (58° to 62°) and effective loft (8.5° to 12.5°) by using a fancy torque-limiting wrench to adjust the head/shaft interface. You just worry about repeating the same swing and the club can adjust the fade, draw, and distance of your shot. As always, Nike marketing describes it perfectly: one club, one swing, eight shots.