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Spotted: 2014 Adams XTD Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Forged Irons
Check out these spy pics of the Adams 2013 XTD drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons. It appears that Adams has gone slots galore (even in its forged irons) to make themselves the company with the hottest clubs in golf.
The 2014 XTD driver, fairway woods and hybrids each feature two slots (one on the sole and one on the crown), which resemble the “cut-through” slot design that Adams included on its latest Tight Lies fairway woods.
The forged irons also feature a slot in the sole, which is positioned closer to the face than TaylorMade’s RocketBladez irons (remember, they are cast). It’s an interesting move that Adams has stepped up with a forged players iron before TaylorMade, which is Adams’ parent company.
In another bold move, the 2014 XTD drivers, fairway woods and hybrids are rumored to come stock with Matrix’s Q3 “Red Tie” shaft, and the entire line will include Iomic’s Sticky 2.3 grips.
Adams XTD Driver
The deep-faced driver is adjustable, and features a screw in the sole that will be used to tune swing weight. Adams is known to produce extremely low-spin drivers, and the 2014 XTD appears to be no exception.
Adams XTD Ti Fairway Woods
According to sources, Adams had to slow down the titanium faces of its fairway woods and hybrids to bring them in line with USGA limits. That means that the faces are a little thicker in the middle to give them the maximum COR rating of 0.83. and the outer edges of the face are a little thinner, which delivers maximum face rebound across the face.
Adams XTD Ti Hybrid
Adams XTD Forged Irons:
We’re being told that a full set of these bad boys also comes with a DHy driving hybrid, Adams’ super hot driving iron. According to sources, the slot gives the forged irons a floating face that creates more ball speed in the sweet spot and more consistent ball speeds across the face for more forgiveness.