Nickent Golf Hybrid Club

Graphite Titanium Brazing 3DX RC

Posted by Robert

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Nickent Golf Hybrid Iron Wood Club Adams Golf and Nickent Golf seem to be the kings of hybrids. Adams may have invented hybrids, but Nickent is taking it to the next level. Their claim to fame is their patented Brazing Technology.

Brazing technology is an innovation that fuses steel and titanium without using epoxy. This combined with their tungsten polymer inserts, which move weight to the extreme heel and toe, gives this 3DX RC Hybrid a very high MOI and huge sweet spot.

I like this club. It is very easy to swing and launches the ball high and long out of just about any lie. My favorite thing is: with the tungsten inserts located on the heel and toe, it makes the club extremely steady and it practically swings itself.

The only thing I can say bad about the club is: it doesn't exactly have the workability I look for in a club. If you are looking for a "players" club that you can draw or fade, check out the TaylorMade Rescue TP Hybrid. This is a beautiful hybrid designed for better players.

However, most people are looking at hybrids because they want a forgiving club that will allow for some of those mishits. Nickent and Adams know this, and they are bringing us the best. It's good to be king.

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