Nickent Left-Handed Golf Clubs
An established brand in golfing communities, Nickent is known for designing golf clubs that help improve performance. Amongst its range of available golf clubs are left-handed models for those who require them, with both left-handed men's golf clubs and women's options available.Range
Nickent produces a range of different golf clubs, designed for specific purposes. For instance, the Nickent 4DX complete set is designed for starting or intermediate golfers. It includes a variety of golf clubs any beginner could need. There is a titanium driver which helps distance, wide sole stainless irons with perimeter weighted design and an undercut channel, a No. 4 fairway wood for durability and a 3/4 hybrid with a graphite shaft. Similarly, the Nickent Pro-J Junior specifically targets younger golf beginners.Flex
Nickent left-handed golf clubs allow for customisation. You can change the flex from regular to stiff. This aspect affects the accuracy, distance and trajectory of your golf swing. A stiff flex can be useful for golf players who regularly drive the ball 250 metres off the tee, as well as those who have jerky swings. A regular flex is more appropriate for 230 to 250 metres off the tee and is popular due to its forgiving nature.Graphite vs. Steel Shafts
You have two different types of golf shafts to consider: Nickent graphite left-handed golf clubs and steel models. The main difference between the two is a significant difference in weight. This results in graphite clubs being easier to swing; thus, they can provide an extra boost to swing speed and the resulting distance. On the other hand, steel shaft golf clubs do not have the extra speed but receive more feedback due to increased ability to feel its vibrations. In addition, players often prefer steel due to the increased amount of control over the clubhead during a swing.Accessories
You can find various accessories to use with Nickent left-handed golf clubs. There are a series of bags available for golf clubs as well as mallet alignment putters. These are often included in golf club sets but are available individually if required. In addition, consider golf training and at-home practice accessories, such as nets and grip trainers.