Adams Golf Idea Tech V3 Irons

Adams Golf Idea Tech V3 Irons 

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Adams Idea Tech V3 All-Hybrid Set The Adams Idea Tech V3 All-Hybrid Set is the easiest-to-hit iron set in golf. Sporting a dramatic NiCr/PVD black finish, this ultra-premium set establishes a new standard in the super game-improvement category with the latest technology and sleek new design features. The Tech V3 All-Hybrid Set consists of 4-, 5- and 6- progressively-sized hybrids, a 7-mid-hybrid and four hybrid-scoring irons (8-GW). The easy-to-hit long hybrids feature strategically placed tungs

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 23, 2014]
rayp1111
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Adams Golf Idea Tech V3

Picked up a brand new set of these irons for a steal on ebay, as one can with left handed equipment. I have never used this type of iron set before having used mainly forged irons. These are a fully game improvement set, hybrids 4,5 & 6. Thickish higher irons proper 7,8,9,PW,GW. Absolutely loved the 7 - GW irons, fantastic! easy to hit, good distance, GREAT! The Hybrids 4 - 6 were pure junk, went all over the place, very difficult to hit straight, heads looked cheap and nasty. IF ONLY, they had made the entire set the same design as the 7 - GW, they would have been awesome!!! What a shame..

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Similar Products Used:

Everything!

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 12, 2011]
Barry
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Adams V3 iron set

Adams V3 IronsDate: June 20, 2011
These are great set of Irons. The Hybrids are the best. I use to play Rapture V2 and changed to Adams V3. They are easier to hit and get better distance than the Rapture V2.
I like this set so much that I bought the matching 3 Hybrid as well to accommodate my 200 Yards shot so I can make a choice between 3 Wood and 3 Hybrid. The hybrids perform well but at short distance Irons do not have the control as some others, this is because they are designed for straight hitting primarily.
Overall I give it 5 stars for playability, but only 1 star for the ecstatic and looks after they have been played a little. I think Adams should put in place a program to repaint the clubs to make them look good as it was a bad selections by them choose such a poor finish when others can offer such a better finish.
I do not know much about paint but all it takes would be to powder coat it and finish it to better quality paint so it does not scrape off. Kudos for the club design, but you know what they say if you cannot finish such a beautiful club correctly it will not sell as well I do not know what was ADAMS thinking.
Pros: Features, Easy to Use, Good Value
Cons: Quality, Durability
Reviewed by:Barry1454
(read all my reviews)


Additional information about Barry1454 could not be loaded. Location: Fullerton,CA
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male

Similar Products Used:

Ping and Taylor Made irons

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jan 08, 2011]
The Manic Mailman
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Idea v3 Hybrid

I just bought this club to replace my low Irons because the CG7 BP 3 and 4 irons are so tough to consistently hit. Let me tell you that Adam's has really stepped up their products since the days of the "Tight Lies". I'm being totally honest here and the v3's are the best Hybrids I've ever hit.

I used to hit TM rescue mid which was awful, then I switched to the Nike Ignite hybrids. However, I never felt I had the consistency with my Hybrids like I do with the v3.

I strongly recommend this club to any player low and mid handicap alike. You will see an improvement on long par 3's and long approaches.

Buy these clubs if you are tired of spraying, chunking, or overhitting your long irons.

5 out of 5

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Bobby Jones Hybrids also very good clubs.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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