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Adams Golf’s New Hybrid – Idea Tech V4


Club designers at Adams Golf never stop in finding ways to make hybrids even better. The most recent proof to it is the addition of the Idea Tech V4 into their product lines.

Idea Tech V4 features the company’s so-called ‘cut-through technology’ which uses velocity slots in the clubs’ crown and sole. It also has a channel from the clubhead’s top to bottom slot. These features allow more face deflection during golf shots. Furthermore, the sound and feel of hitting the golf ball is improved with the use of a TPU insert.

The company engineers said that each slot-shaping parameter was isolated to further improve the Idea Tech V4’s velocity slot technology. They are also proud that the product delivers more flexion compared to other hybrids in the market.

Justin Girard, Senior Design Engineer of Adams Golf, said, “With the refined velocity slots, we were able to produce a CT around 240, which is what golfers find in today’s drivers. This is something the industry hasn’t seen before in a standard, stainless steel hybrid, and the increased CT will deliver a higher launch angle and higher ball speeds.”

The Idea Tech V4 hybrids are now available in the market and can be bought individually or as part of set with Idea Tech V4 iron.

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New Hybrids and Irons from Adams Golf

The leading company that produces hybrids and irons is releasing its new and innovative line of golf equipment. Adams Golf introduces the high performance and easily playable hybrids and irons applicable for golfers of wide variety of skill levels.

The Idea Tech V4 features new technology in hybrid and hybrid iron designs. A refinement of the Velocity Slots, the new line is characterized by a revolutionary cut-thru design which produces the same cut-thru levels like drivers.

Justin Girard, Adams Golf’s Senior Design Engineer says, “With refined Velocity Slots, we were able to produce a cut-thru (CT) around 240, which is what golfers will find in today’s drivers. This is something the industry hasn’t seen in a standard stainless steel hybrid. The increased CT is going to deliver a higher launch angle and higher ball speeds. Golfers will quickly notice that these hybrids are as hot as their drivers.”

The Idea Tech V4 comes in two distinct sets: a forged iron set and an all-hybrid set. Both come in high-performance stainless steels for golf players with wide skill ranges, from the single handicap to higher handicap golfers who aims for higher ball launch and farther distance.

The clubs are available for both right handed and left handed golfers. Regular and stiff flexes are also available to choose from. A club set with satin finish is also available and specifically designed for women golfers. Adams Golf, the world’s number one maker of hybrids on tour is all set to create more innovative products to give golfers more fun and enjoyment during their golf game.

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The New Driver from Adams Golf

The new Speedline Tech is the work output of Adams Golf’s hard working technicians who never stopped the pursuit of delivering better performing drivers.

This new line of golf driver is proud of its aerodynamic shape and uncomplicated adjustability features. It features the new face technology called 3DS and constructed from lightweight materials. All these features are brought together to give golfers a shot that is 54% more accurate and 11 yards farther distance.

The company’s Vice President of Research and Development, Tim Reed, shared that advanced construction methods were used to further refine the driver technologies. These methods were developed over long periods of research to be able to deliver the best performing driver suitable for golfers. Both professionals and beginners will surely enjoy the features of the new Speedline Tech drivers.

“It is easy for the golfer to make adjustments and find their perfect ball flight while achieving even higher swing speeds and more distance though our aerodynamic shaping,” said Reed. The shapes and curves of the clubhead are designed to cut through air faster for greater speed and shot distance. The ideal ball spin and launch are achieved through the club’s 3DS Face Technology.

The technology platform launched by Adams Golf garnered positive feedback from the laboratory professionals to aerodynamic experts and to players alike.

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Adams Golf Releases New Driver Technology

Adams Golf recently released the new generation of drivers with revolutionized technology, the Speedline Tech Driver.
The 6G aerodynamic technology led to the Speedline Tech’s shape that gives golfers a better swing speed and longer distances. The enhancement is through the help of the driver’s aerodynamically designed size, slope and curves that allows the club to cut through air faster.

To meet the personal requirements of each golfer, quick and easy customization of the clubs are provided by the driver’s FASTfit Adjustability feature. The club’s hosel can be easily be tuned by adjusting the screws and rotating the club head to fit the golfer’s required specifications. Loft angles are also adjustable up to ±1 degree.

Based on intensive research, Adam’s Golf found that most golfers put the impact in the clubface’s high toe area towards the center then to its low heel area. Thus, the innovative 3DS Face Technology is designed to provide the best spin when launched on the hitting zones of the clubface subsequently producing 54% more accurate and 11 yards longer shots. The driver is also constructed using multiple lightweight materials. The titanium chassis is attached with carbon-fiber wings producing a lighter club that gives golfers easy swings and better performances.

All these confirmed what Tim Reed, the Vice President of Research and Development said. That is, “We used advanced construction methods and made refinements to driver technologies that we’ve developed over time to make this our most customizable and best performing driver for golfers of all skill levels. It’s easy for the golfer to make adjustments and find their perfect ball flight while achieving even higher swing speeds and more distance through our aerodynamic shaping.”

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