Nickent Golf Genex ARC Blade Irons

Genex ARC Blade

  • Cast steel clubs
  • Peripheral weighting
  • Rubberized elastomer
  • Traditional blade

User Reviews (5)

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Karan Bahl   Scratch Golfer [Sep 19, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Nickent Genex Arc Blade Limited Edition

If you are a serious golfer who wants the most from his clubs go with these blades.
The arc blades provide both feel and playability. The best part is that you do not ever compromise on distance with these irons which is a big deterrent for golfers who would like to transition to blades but are afraid of not puring the ball consistently. On the other hand,I have gone farther on these arc blades than ever with any Mizuno or Titlest blade. Whack a ball with these blades and you will experience what pros refer to as "feel"
Bottom Line- If you're a solid ball striker who is looking for both feel and distance- go with these.

Customer Service

Never had to use them

Similar Products Used: Mizuno MP 32's
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Zamri Mokhtar   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 19, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Genex ARC Blade

I was not sure either I'm good to blade or facing a disaster round as i shoot in 80s and in bad day it goes to 90s.I used Taylor Made Lt at present until my local pro coach Mr Faizal Bee asked me to whack his Genex blade.Suprisingly I handled it beautifully and considered that this stuff is the most formidable comparing to others.So in nutshell,its suit at every level of players from Pro to mid handicapper.

Similar Products Used: Taylor made LT
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justinisbetterthanuatgolf   Scratch Golfer [Sep 21, 2006]
Model Reviewed: genx arc blade limited edition

very workable clubs
great for going at the flag

Similar Products Used: tommy armour 845m
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kenso   Shoots in the 90s [Jan 04, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Nickent Genex ARC Blades

Don't let the "blade" designation scare you: these are by far the easiest irons I've ever used. I took up golf 2 years ago and went with the standard advice about irons--go with the game improvement, low CG, wide sole models. This led me to own/try everything from Tour Edge's JMAX ironwoods to Callaway Big Berthas to Nike Slingshots. All are very fine clubs, but the ARC blades are just plain better, at least for me. For starters, the club has a less clunky look and feel than the game improvement models. In your hands, it actually feels like something that will promote an easy tempo swing and get the ball going high and straight. The lower weight ARC insert also provides a better kick to shots. Basically, point the club where you want the ball to go and take a relaxed swing. That's about it. One caveat--these clubs have to be swung with a balanced tempo to work best. Don't rush your swing and you should be fine. Nickent advertises these irons to the low and mid-handicapper. Big mistake! High handicappers really should look into the ARcs as an option.

Customer Service

Haven't had to use them.

Similar Products Used: JMAX Bazooka ironwoods, Taylor Made SuperSteel, Big Bertha, and Nike Slingshots. (sure I'm missing something here).
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nickentgolfer   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 20, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Nickent ARC Blades

This is a great club for someone who enjoys the visual of a blade but needs the related performance of a cavity back iron. Your distance control will be reliable while your accuracy will be pinpoint. Great combination of performance and value.

Similar Products Used: Mizuno & Nike Blades
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