Adams Golf Idea Tech V3 hybrid Review

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  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
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  • RRP £179.00

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Today's Golfer Hybrid Test 2011

BRONZE AWARD WINNER

Tested: July 2011
Testing panel:
Chris Ryan (Belfry Pro)
Leon Iacono (HCP 4)
David Connor (HCP 10)
Ben Miles (HCP 17)

“I haven’t heard of the brand before, but I’m really impressed with them,” was Ben’s reaction after hitting the Adams Tech V3 hybrids for the first time. He loved the sleek black looks and the forgiving nature and this was echoed by Leon, who said it gave him loads of confidence off the tee.

But Chris said he wasn’t as taken with the head profile as for him it sat a little toe-up at address but he was impressed with the performance and the feel. For Dave this was one of the best performers on test.

Another great plus point with the Tech V3 hybrids is the sheer number of loft options available – from 16° to 33° – so getting the right hybrid set-up is easier. Not the cheapest product on test but a worthy contender and award winner.

Distance: 4.4
Dispersion: 4.4
Looks: 4
Feel: 3.9
Forgiveness: 4
Fairway: 4
Tee: 3.6
Rough: 3.5

The Adams Golf Idea Tech V3 hybrid continues the long line of easy-to-hit, high performance hybrid iron sets that Adams Golf has led the industry with for so many years and with the dramatic nickel chromium (NiCr) plated and physical vapor deposition (PVD) black finishes, these golf clubs are in a category all their own – a new standard for design and performance.

Web: www.adamsgolf.com
Tel: 0845 1960 050

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