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Adams Golf Idea a7OS Irons Review

Adams Golf Idea a7OS


Description
  • Mid-high launch, easy-to-hit with more distance
  • Increased distance and forgiveness
  • Optimized launch conditions
  • High launch with increased spin
  • H-back channel vibration dampening system

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Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

Review Date
September 19, 2012

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: scott beedell ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
adams idea a7os

Summary:
I shoot in the low 90's and break into the 80's occasionally. Bought these clubs based on reviews and they were right. Sand gap up to 8 very consistent and I hit ball 15-20 yards further with a much easier and more controled swing, ball flys straighter and even toe shots find a straight path. 6 and 7 a bit hard to get use to as they are mid hybrid. Once you get over the bulge in the back you find you can swing smoother and with less effort, use to hit my 5 155-160, am now easily hitting 180, high and soft. Hybrids seem like woods but when you learn to hit them like irons they fly high and straight. I have always had trouble with 3 and 4 irons but I hit these a lot more consistently, and very straight. Only down fall is you do lose some back spin with these club and have to adjust your landing zone, especially the wedges.

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Us to have Taylor Rac os which are also great clubs, a7os much easier to hit for guys only playing once a week and a bucket here and there.


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Review Date
December 20, 2011

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Plumbwader ,  Shoots in the 100s

Model Reviewed:
Adams A7OS

Summary:
These clubs are legit. I would say any player with a handicap higher than 18 is doing themselves a disservice by not trying these clubs out. The 6 and 7 hybrid irons are so easy to hit its crazy. Im a believer. I will have these in my bag for a long long time. They arent miracle workers but the are stupid straight and ridiculously long. Also the best feeling hybrid 4 and 5 ive tried. Kudos Adams golf. Thanks for taking care of us hackers!!

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2008 Big Berthas, Ping ISI-K, Ping eye 2, Top Flite XL 2000


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Review Date
December 11, 2011

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Reviewed by: Dimplings ,  Shoots in the 80s

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Adams a70S hybrid irons review

Summary:
Am amazed this is the first review for these amazing irons! I've played golf for more than 30 years. Owned probably 30 sets of irons and hit everything when it comes out. Until recently I believed that Callaway made the best irons for mid handicappers. Irons such as the tungsten injected Hawkeyes, for instance, or more recently Fusions set a standard for playability and feel.

Having played the Adams a70S now, I can honestly say these are absolutely WOW! clubs. At least a club longer; wonderful feel (almost forged like); wonderful sound; no weak clubs in the set; beautifully balanced. I wonder how these irons could have made Golf Digest's HOT LIST two years' running. Now I know.l

If you are in the market for clubs. Do yourself a favor. Don't buy anything until you hit these irons. If you are older like me, it will feel like taking 10 years off your swing.

My clubs have Graffaloy shafts, but they also come, of course, in steel of course.


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