The Insight XTD Pro hybrid is the right choice for control and distance.
5 November 2011
Summary: Hybrids are generally easier to hit than irons and, in this case, easier to hit than a fairway wood. The "pro" model of this club has a square face instead of closed, which is good if you happen to naturally draw the ball. This 14.5 hybrid is just as long as my Adams 15 3 wood. It has a lower, more penetrating ball flight, which let's it roll out better than a high-flying 3 wood. The Aldila NV shaft is just the right weight and flex for me.
Summary: I really love this club! By far the easiest to hit and most consistent club in my bag. I can shape shots perfectly and I get great distance out of it. The Only thing is when you swing it the club generates a swooshing sound different from anything I have ever heard. probably from the way the bottom is cut. Adams fairway woods and hybrids are the best period.
Summary: I had tried this and other drivers out on 'demo'day, and of all the drivers I used, which included Nike, Callaway, Cleveland, and Taylor Made, this was the most solid and seemed to produce the longest drives. I got the 10.5* stiff shaft, which had a comparable launch angle to the Callaway 9*.
Summary: I use a Taylor made burner 420 (420cc's), I was hoping for an upgrade here. Both are 8.5 degrees. This new club is 460cc and had great reviews, especially for the long ball. I know that 8.5* are hard to hit but this one is not good at all. Even when I hit it great I am disappointed.
Summary: Adams Insight XTD Pro Fairway Wood Model: FP400F Rare - Limited Prototype Fairway Wood - Graphite shaft, Accra SC75($240 shaft) what an upgrade. For several years I have been missing the off the tee and 3 wood length from the fairway. This club is very long and very forgiving. It is very workable, fade or draw or straight down the line. The adjustable swing weight port is nice and not at the sole of the club where it could get loose and full with dirt.