Adams continues the evolution of their Speedline series of drivers with their latest release, the Adams Speedline Tech Driver. The Speedline Tech Driver features 6G Aerodynamic Shaping, FASTfit Adjustability, 3DS Face Technology, and Lightweight Multi Material Construction. These advancements deliver up to 11 yards of added distance and 54% more accuracy. One of the most visual updates with the Adams Speedline Tech Driver is the Aerodynamic Carbon Wing on the back of the head. The purpose of the wing coincides with the goal of creating a driver with ultimate performance, and also optimized acoustics. The carbon wing allows for a smaller internal titanium chamber which improves the sound, but the exterior size remains the same. The carbon fiber wing also helps to dampen vibration. This helps to create the perfect sound which is directly related to feel. Add the advanced aerodynamic shape, adjustability, and advanced face technology, and you have the most advanced Adams Speedline Driver ever. The Adams Speedline Tech Driver will come with a Matrix RUL 54 graphite shaft. Availability is expected in mid July. Please click here for more information o the Speedline Tech Driver.
Adams has just released their latest driver, the Adams Speedline 9064LS Driver. This is the 4th generation Speedline driver from Adams and features improved aerodynamics, deeper face, and a higher MOI. Adams says the Speedline 9064LS driver will offer up to an additional 15 yeards for players due to the improved aerodynamics and 15% lower spin rate. The Speedline 9064LS comes stock with the new Aldila RIP shaft.
The latest Adams Speedline series clubs hit the market this week. The series includes the Adams Speedline Driver, and Adams Speedline Fairway Wood. Each is available in a draw version. Adams utilized wind tunnel testing to minimize aerodynamic drag on the club head, thus offering an increase in club heads speeds for players of all abilities. The Adams Speedline driver has already won 3 times on tour. Golf Magazine was also impressed with the club and featured it on the cover of the February 2009 issue. We’ll have more details for you once we’ve had ample time to test it. If you’ve seen or hit one, feel free to give us your feedback.