Adams Golf Tight Lies GT Tour Irons

Adams Golf Tight Lies GT Tour Irons 

DESCRIPTION

  • Higher center of gravity for a more boring trajectory
  • Straighter leading edge for greater precision
  • More compact head design for blade like performance
  • Thin top-line at address for classic playability

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 15, 2011]
Ponnappa Ganapathy
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Toney Penna Boss Irons

Found a Toney Penna Boss 7 iron while playing alone on a course. Figure somebody forgot it. By the time I finished my round forgot it was in my bag and never went back to that course again so kept it.

I have a set of Dunlop black Ti irons so never used this club on the course for regular play.

The club has a steel regular flex stratus sensicore shaft by true temper. Given that there wasn't much need to put it in my bag I kept it in my car as a practice club. Eventually I practiced more with it than any other club in my bag. It was really helpful in grooving my swing.

I discovered that it was actually a brilliant club and could hit a ball brilliant club with good distance and awesome forgiveness. I now read online that these sets are cheap and yet difficult to get.

Judging by the 7 iron that is a set that I would be willing to keep for life if I could find a set in good condition. However it seems like the pitching and sand wedge might have too thick a sole. They would be brilliant super game improvement irons but the problem with that is they would not be very malleable.

The one problem with the set is that they are quite heavy albeit a well balanced club.

Customer Service

Never used it though now want to replace the shaft

Similar Products Used:

Most brands of sets in the world

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 12, 2010]
Luke Thifault
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Adams tight lies

I'm a 14 yrld who picked these Adams Tight Lies at Meijer for 40$(Which was a steal!)
it was my 3rd year of golf. And had an Avg of 100-105. But after getting comfortable this year I have hit in the low 90s to high 80s. If you're someone who is looking for a great iron set, pick these up!

Similar Products Used:

Kid Zevo's, Adult Zevo's

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 30, 2005]
azc
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Adam's GT Tour Iron

I shoot in the 90's (only because of lack of consistency). When on a streak, I can play bogie golf or slightly better. These irons have been wonderful discovery. I have never been a Adam's fan. In fact, I didn't really care too much for the company. I still haven't changed my mind, with the exception of this set. My GT Tour set(tour van edition) is shafted with Dynamic Gold Lite (stiff) shafts. The heads are not the most attractive design that I have ever seen, but the design works! This shaft/head combination is fabulous. I can actually hit my two & three irons with confidence. I can't say that about my Ping I3's or any other set that I have owned. The DGL shaft is stiff enough while providing you with a good kick at impact. Just for reference, I avg. 103 MPH with my Driver and 82 MPH with my irons. This set has a mid trajectory ball flight, but the higher CG of the blade-like irons allow you to control trajectory fairly well. I have tried the same set with the bimatrix shaft and they feel good, but not as good as with the DGL shafts. These sets are being sold for less $100 in Ebay. Do yourself a favor and check these out. Trust me, I never thought that I would be playing Adam's irons...Much less recommending them.

Customer Service

Haven't used it.

Similar Products Used:

Ping I3's, Callaway x14 Pro's, Nicklaus Airmax Irons, and various component irons (Golfsmith, Maltby and Dynacraft).

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Nov 28, 2004]
akap4surf
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: Adams tight lies tour

My grandfather bought me this set a while back. After you replace the original grips and the shafts, you need to replace the shafts because they will break, just making a normal swing. I swing at about 107 mph my brother who has the exact same set in left hand has experienced the same things. I played with set for about four years until i got staffed by titleist. I occasionaly put these irons into play when i am playing a bad rond, for the price they aren't bad but you will have to sink an extra 200 dollars into the clubs after you buy them just for them to perform at their maximum level.

Customer Service

The original performance shafts kept breaking(6 out of the 8 shafts broke) and adams wouldn't do anything about it!

Similar Products Used:

everything from forged blades to bloated oversizedcalaways

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
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