Nickent 4DX Hybrid Review

T3 Titanium Ironwood w/ Fujikara Shaft

Posted by Mark

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Nickent 4DX Hybrid Review Whether they are called an "ironwood" or "hybrid," the benefits to a club of this type are so evident -- for every level of golfer -- any time one comes along that it's worth a closer look. The New Nickent 4DX Hybrid with Fujikara Shaft is no exception.

This model features the Tour-inspired 4DX head and is available in a few loft and shaft flex options -- it should be an easy matter to find the right one to fit your game. The head is a fusion of steel and titanium -- somewhat difficult to do from a technology standpoint, but Nickent apparently figured it out. The titanium reduces and shifts the weight of the head for better performance under the conditions normally used for a hybrid. No club should be based on the head design alone, however, as the proper shaft blend is a key component as well. This club is fitted with the Fujikara Level 5ive shaft in Regular flex. Fujikara shafts turn up in a lot of premium golf clubs, and my experience with them has been very good. They are lightweight (which helps to increase distance) with good torsion strength and overall performance. The grip is a standard rubber compound -- adequate for most conditions and players, but nothing really special.

This club has a quality look to it, with a somewhat deep face for a hybrid; there is a lot to it -- a confidence inspiring look. With a smoothly rounded leading edge to work well in the rough, it's equally easy to hit from a tight fairway lie, or off a tee on a long par-3 or short par-4. Bold yet simple graphics in dark green and black on brushed silver round out the look.

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