Summary: Traded in my Cleveland Launcher Comp Tour Driver for this club straight up at 2nd Swing. I think i got the better end of the deal, because this is the first 3 wood i've been able to consistently hit off the deck with very good accuracy and trajectory. this is the steel head, not the titanium. it looks low profile, but it sets up pretty square next to the ball. my 3 wood is paired with an Aldila NV 65 Stiff shaft and plays at 43 inches.
Pros: Looks and feels great, nice sound on impact. Off center hits don't veer too far off line and still go pretty far. When I get it right I hardly feel the impact but the ball flies high and far, lots of hang time, plus bounce and roll. More consistent than many other drivers I've tried.
Cons: I'd rather see a small alignment line on the centerline, aligned with the ball's path.
Summary: I've got the 3+ (13°), 3 (15°), 4 (17°), 5 (19°) and 7 (21°) as Adams is one of the few quality brands with proper left handed clubs. All have the Fujikura 75 gram shaft. I bought these at Sport-Chek when these were the previous year's models and have now used them for two summers. I regularly use the 3, 4 and 5. The 3+ is too hard to hit consistantly off the grass and the 7 just doesn't seem to work right now.
Summary: Absolutely outstanding driver!! I purchased it from TGW.com for $119.00 with the Adilas 6.5s stiff flex shaft in light green and it arrived on my Golf league night. I never got a chance to use it at the range and I hit 10 of 12 fairways with it right out of the box. I used to have a really nasty slice and I hit this driver long and straight right out of the box with the weights in the neutral position.