What we say...
The excellent shaft and lack of offset on the Adams Idea Pro may be a hit with strong, powerful golfers, but it’s simply not versatile enough for the average club golfer.
The narrow body is more like a driving iron than a rescue, which means that when it comes to picking shots out of rough or a bunker, the Adams Idea Pro just wouldn’t be an option.
There’s no questioning the quality, but when it’s likely to be pulled from the bag just once a round, it’s hard to justify the price.
The Adams Golf Idea Pro Hybrid is available in five lofts: 16°, 18°, 20°, 23°, 26°
Contact: 08700 131010
Adams Golf Rescue Clubs User Reviews
Since it is almost impossible for me to use 3 and 4 Iron, I have used a hybrid for over 3 years now. I traided in a Callaway FT for this one and I have to say that Adams have got it right. I was not happy with the constant draw/hook I got with the Callaway and a friend of mine bought the complete set of Adams. I tried his hybrid and it was a instant hit. Now I have no problems of working the shot (left to right / right to left / straight) about 170-180 Yards and even have a "drop and stop" at the green if the lie is decent. I use the #4 hybrid with a stiff flex. So this club works for me and I give it a full house.
You might not think of Adams Golf when buying a hybrid but don't buy unless you've tried this one first. Loads of Tour Pros use these and I wouldn't be without mine.