RRP:    £499.99 01 February 2013
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PROS

Extra distance combined with a traditional look and soft feel. Hybrids are some of the best on the market.

CONS

Forgiveness was lower than expected. Shiny finish won’t please all.

Bronze 2013

What we say...

4 out of 5

2013 Irons Test

James noticed how light the head felt which made it difficult to locate during the swing. He and Chris pointed out its generous size at address and medium-sized top edge. Kit enjoyed the classic look and thinner top line compared with others in this category.

All three testers picked up on how the 7-iron appeared less lofted, more like a 6 or 5-iron. Sure enough, James and Kit hit their longest shots with this model at 194 and 170 yards respectively. Consistency of distance was also tight for all three testers, but dispersion left and right was high and cost it a Gold.

 

Product Information

Womens Available -
Left Handed available Yes
Custom-Fit available Yes
Lofts -
Forgiveness level Medium
Graphite shafts available Yes
Iron type Cavity
Offset Moderate

Adams Golf have announced the release of their new Super S range, which will include a driver, fairway wood, hybrid and iron set. 

The irons feature a half hollow construction to make them perform like hybrids, while still having the look and feel of an iron, giving golfers the best of both worlds. Featuring a thinner face for increased ball speed, and improved shaping to give the clubs better balance and an undercut design to provide better feel and performance making it extremely easy to hit long distances and more accurately for those long approach shots into greens.

Hybrid-Iron set RRP: £499.99 (steel) and £599.99 (graphite). 

 

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Adams Golf Speedline Irons Today's Golfer 2013-02-01T14:53:00.0000000 2013 Irons Test James noticed how light the head felt which made it difficult to locate during the swing. He and Chris pointed out its generous size at address and medium-sized top edge. Kit enjoyed the classic look and thinner top line compared with others in this category. All three testers picked up on how the 7-iron appeared less lofted, more like a 6 or 5-iron. Sure enough, James and Kit hit their longest shots with this model at 194 and 170 yards respectively. Consistency of distance was also tight for all three testers, but dispersion left and right was high and cost it a Gold.   2013 Irons Test 4.05
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