Summary: The club sounds good hitting the ball, however the shaft is a little bit to flexible for me. Been using a stiff shaft for a long time and thought it was time to go to a regular flex shaft. I guess I need something in between this shaft and a stiff shaft.
I have not used the club to really test itsfull ...
conrad j. G., Amazon
14 September 2014
Summary: I have not used the club to really test itsfull performance but I notice that the shaft has alot more flex then my taylor made reg/flex driver. the 11.5 setting keep the drive straight but high ,will test the 10.5 next keep the ball in the short grass..........
Summary: I usually have a good ball flight but find this fairway wood difficult to get good air with either on the fairway or teed up. I had a pro test it to see if it was me or the wood. He said that it was just the way the club was made as the head was on correct and it was 15 degrees and the face was square. I would not recommend this for anyone that wants to get the ball up.
Great distance, good ball height and generous offset.
9 October 2012
Summary: I have used it for 8-10 rounds. I have to be careful to play the ball near my back foot and not close the face even slightly otherwise the ball hooks more than desired. My #7 wood has smallish head. It has generous offset which should help beginners and chronic slicers. Distance with this club is amazing long and easy to hit ball high from any lie.
Not worth the money I paid for them as they didn't help my game at all.
1 August 2012
Summary: Read they were an improved fairway wood and give me better fairway play. Did not help my game or my distance. I put my older 4 wood and 5 wood back in my bag and they are an improvement of the Adams clubs I just purchased.