With the PGA Merchandise Show just weeks away Adams Golf has begun their reveal of new products for 2010.
Among the new line-up is the new Speedline Fast 10 Drivers and Fairway Woods.
They represent the third-generation of Adams woods developed to take advantage of aerodynamic technology to help the golfer increase clubhead speed, and as a result, overall distance.
The company says the new models reduce wind resistance by another 10 percent over previous models.
“The success of the Speedline series clearly shows that the benefits of a driver head with aerodynamic shaping which delivers increased distance has resonated with golfers of all playing abilities,” said Chip Brewer, President and CEO of Adams Golf. “Now, with the launch of Speedline FAST 10 as the third-generation of this technology, we have furthered our lead in this exciting new category of drivers.”
Adams claims eight tour wins for Speedline drivers since they were introduced in January of 2009.
The new Fast 10 fairway woods are highlighted by massively increased sole camber to help golfers execute shots more successfully from a variety of lie conditions.
“We’ve consistently seen tour pros switching to our fairway woods because of their increased playability,” says Tim Reed, Vice President of Research and Development for Adams Golf. “There was no disputing the consistent ball striking and increased distance they saw when they put it into play. With the launch of the Speedline FAST 10, everyday golfers will now be able to experience the longest and easiest-to-hit fairway wood we have ever designed.”
Men’s versions of the clubs will ship with either the mid-high launch Aldila Wasabi or the mid-low launch Matrix HD as stock shafts. Women’s clubs will feature lightweight Grafalloy shafts.
For men there are both standard and draw versions of the clubs. Left hand versions for men will be available.
For more information of the Speedline Fast 10 line-up visit www.adamsgolf.com/speedlinefast10