Adams Golf Speedline Drivers

Adams Golf Speedline Drivers 

DESCRIPTION

  • Advanced aerodynamic shape increases swing speed
  • 3-4 mph faster clubhead speed
  • 3-9 more yards carry distance
  • 50% less drag compared to tall face

USER REVIEWS

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[May 25, 2010]
Double Gee
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Speedline 9.5 reg

Having settled on a Driver for the past 6 months I have not been looking to change.

My Snake Eyes Xti has been superb and on several 'demo' days, it has been equal to or better than the latest Ping G15; Cobra s2 and ZL; the Cleveland DST and any of the new Titleists.

Recently having had a few hours to spare I ended up at my local Direct Golf driving range and after giving the Adams looks a thumbs up, I decided to take it for a ride. WOW!!!!

The aerodynamic shape mumbo-jumbo truly works. The Club feels so stable in the swing and the Prolaunch shaft AXIS really kicks in at just the right time.

I did try the Speedline Fast 10 and 9032LS at the same time, but for me (SSR 92mph) the original Speedline rocked.

With summer approaching I really wanted to take advantage of more run out that my higher launching Snake Eye misses out on.

After visiting Direct Golf's pre-owned section I bought my spec Driver for £70.

Today I am 4 rounds into this fabulous piece of kit. One of my par 5's has always left me with a drive that I cannot get over a water hazard in 2 .. thus laying up ALWAYS!. The last 2 rounds saw 2 drives of 267 yards and 276 yards (GPS measured) and letting me hit a rescue club onto the green in 2 ... never heard of before for me.
My normal drives of 225 - 240 yards seem to be a thing of the past as 250yards is quite easily attainable with a relaxed confident swing.

My swing speed MUST have risen to achieve this - it is the only variable that has changed (assuming nearly all clubs have high MOI etc etc.) The aerodynamic design seems to work and most definitely is the way forward.

As an added bonus, off centre hits, and I do plenty of those, still gets that ball up to the 230-240 yard region.

Today, my playing colleague tried it out of 3 holes and each time blasted it past his new Yonex Nanospeed.

If you haven't tried out this classic lined modern driver, do yourself a massive favour and give it a rip.

Customer Service

excellent. The range staff helped with all my requirements and the website had great pre-owned offers.

Similar Products Used:

Snake Eyes XTi; Ping G10 & G15; Cobra S2 & ZL; Titleist 902 D2; Cleveland DST Launcher

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 04, 2010]
rturne
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Adams Golf Speedline 9.5

Great driver, bad shaft...at least for me. The Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue with Axis requires a really smooth...and slow swing. I swing pretty fast so I switched the shaft to an Aldila NV Green 75 and it's the perfect combo for my swing. The driver is typical Adams, long and forgiving. maybe not as forgiving as some of Adams previous drivers, but I feel that this one is made for better players.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used:

Nike SQ 2 5900, Cobra Speed LD F, Mizuno MP-001.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 22, 2009]
eagleson
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Adams speedline

My wife bought this club for me as a gift after I had expressed some interest in it. I didn't have the heart to tell her I never buy a club without a demo session so I accepted it and hoped it would work out. I hit this club 9.5 with a stiff shaft all summer. Never hit a driver so bad, it did not match my swing at all. The shaft (graffaloy) seems a little stiffer than other stiff shafts I've used. I have since hit the same club in a regular flex shaft and hit it great so I will being trading it in for a regular flex version this year. The wife will never notice the change in shaft and I can keep telling her how much I enjoy her gift.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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