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After some extensive searching I finally found a review for hybrid irons. Here it is:

GolfWeb Equipment Correspondent
By Chuck Stogel


Genex 3DX Hybrid irons Review: If you’re looking for a set of mid-priced clubs with a wealth of technological enhancements, Nickent Golf is a lesser known name but a brand of equipment you may wish to consider.

Based in City of Industry, Calif., Nickent is relatively new to the golf equipment business, having been organized in 1995. Since then, it has been manufacturing a full portfolio of drivers, fairway woods, irons, wedges, putters and accessories.

Nickent’s motto is “performance-specific design engineering,” and it’s clear from just a glance at its array of clubs that the company is a serous player at the forefront of technological advancements.

Recently, Nickent introduced a hybrid iron set that, in early GolfWeb testing, has won solid praise for its looks and playability. Along with the new Genex 3DX Hybrid irons, the company produces one of the widest selections of hybrid ironwoods available along with a very credible rating.
 

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Anyone actually use these clubs? The lofts are stronger (ie the 5i is more like a conventional 3i). Are they harder to hit?

Its design is like the Callaway fusions.
 

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Hit he sweet spot or else

They are great irons but you have to hit the sweet spot or you'll only get an average result. They are long but again, only if you nail it dead on.
 
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