Summary: I recommend this driver to anyone who isn't hooked on impressing others by having the latest and greatest, but rather is concerned about results. I have demo'ed just about every driver out there including those painted white and those with bolts, screws and removable shafts, and the A4 is as good as it gets. I particularly like the slightly open face, which allows me to not be afraid of hooking if I have to let one loose.
Summary: The Adams A4 I purchased came with a factory installed Matrix Ozik regular flex shaft. It has a 460cc head with 10.5 degrees of loft and Lamkin crossline tour grip. 80's I purchased the A4 online for $199.00 last spring, which at that time was a bargain. I really like the club setup at address, nice and square. The factory installed Lamkin grip is a nice plus. The forgiveness of this club is exeptional on mishits. If you work the ball you can trust this club.
Summary: The club is a strong 3 wood with a fantastic Matrix Ozik shaft. I was intrigued with the hybrid irons and thought I would give the fairway hybrids a try. I am not going to say I have had the same success with the wood as the irons, but it is a solid club. I recommend a 15 degree for most golfers as the 13 degree is a bit tough to control.
Summary: Easy to hit club face has a bit of an open look to it, but man this club just sings to you when you hit it. I love it. This shaft is a bit whippy for a stiff shaft if you are between a regular and a stiff shaft this may well be perfect for you. I have found that it has helped me in my transition from the top by slowing me down a bit to compensate for the shaft. I LOVE THE way the ball just flies off the face of this club.