Adams Speedline Fast 11 Fairway Review

Adams newest addition to their 2011 Speedline Fast 11 collection is the fairway wood. Like the F11 driver the fairway includes Adams “Velocity Slot Technology”. Creating one visible channel in the crown and sole, this should help reduce stress on the face and off center shots. One of their more forgiving fairways they were able to increase COR without expanding the size of the clubhead.

Our review is that the club performs great. It’s easy to hit and fantastic off the tee. If you are a golfer looking for a long, straight, forgiving and easy to hit fairway wood, this is a great club for you. An extremely innovative club we were very happy with the changes from the F10, they were smart and productive. The overall impression we were given by the 3 wood we tested was that it’s a great fairway to add to anyone’s bag. Available at GolfClubs.com

TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Fairway Review

TaylorMade’s new Burner Superfast 2.0 Fairway Wood uses the same technology as the driver of this series introducing a lighter, longer shaft and a larger, forgiving clubhead. Again this club was designed with TM’s white non glare clubhead. The white clubhead’s are taking the golf world by storm this season their advantages include less glare from the club as well as easier alignment of shots from the tee or fairway. A black face also adds to the bold design of the fairway.

What we enjoyed about this fairway was the lower center of gravity absolutely helped deliver higher launches. We were also impressed with the distance this fairway was giving us. This should be expected with the 2.0 technology but we were pleased to see that it was put into action when tested. MSRP of $240 you can find it at most retailers including GolfClubs.com for $199

 

TaylorMade R11 Fairway Review

From the highly anticipated TaylorMade 2011 line up comes the R11 Fairway. The R11 Driver was one of the most highly anticipated clubs this year but they didn’t just stop there, the R11 Fairway is just as impressive. Distinctive of the R11 collection this club features the all-white non glare clubhead finish. What makes this Fairway unique is it’s adjustability features. The adjustable sole allows golfers to adjust the face and launch angles of the club. Claiming an added 50 yards of trajectory the club is designed with a deep face and center of gravity for a seriously penetrating flight distance.

We found the Fairway Wood in the R11 line to be perfectly aggressive. We loved the adjustability capabilities on this club, easy to switch from neutral to closed. The adjustability features really allow golfers to shape their shots. As for ball flight we were still impressed, a lot of Fairway Woods and Drivers these days promise better distance and trajectories but the R11 actually delivers it. As always GolfClubs.com has recently added this club to their impressive TaylorMade collection if you are as into this club as we are head over and check it out starting at $299.99

Tour Edge XCG-4 Hybrids Review

The Tour Edge XCG-4 Hybrids were crafted with new engineering  techniques and a revamped design. The Hybrids have increased performance in mind. Designed to deliver a margining steel cup face and crown for unequaled power. Exotics engineers chose maraging steel over stainless steel because of it’s superior strength and ability to produce less spin and faster ball speeds. High launch and accurate launch is a result of deeper center of gravity.

For even more energy transfer at impact, twi internal weight pads improve sound, feel and the center of gravity location. The results are a low spin rate and perfect launch angle that gets shots up quick and lands them softly next to the pin. Currently priced at $199.99 at GolfClubs.com (very well prices for this type of innovative technology and performance).

In testing this club really blew the competition away. The power and accuracy this hybrid gave was something we weren’t expecting. We couldn’t tell that much difference between the steel materials used on the face but i’m sure it helps.

TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Iron Review

We loved last years revolutionary TaylorMade Burner Irons but they felt they had to top it, announcing the Burner 2.0 Irons. These irons have been individually improved and revolutionized for optimum ball speed and flight. A new weighting system on the irons allows them to provide you with an easier launch and more forgiving hits. We would recommend them to golfers seeking an iron set that will give them more distance and forgiveness. They have a much better feel and if you are seeking to add distance to your game these are the irons you want.

You can find these irons as individual clubs or as a set. They come in both graphite and steel shaft depending on your skill level. GolfClubs.com

Adams Golf Tight Lies Plus Set Review

Adams tight lies plus set is the newest addition from adams golf for a full club set. The set includes a set of 14 game changing (yes we said it) clubs. Let’s first look at the Titanium driver a 460cc head design perfect for shot shaping and extreme distances. The 3&5 Fairway wood also give you more distance and forgiveness from the fairway. 2 Hybrids 3&4 were designed with a low and deep CG helping get that ball airborne. Adams is known for their hybrid clubs which is just the added bonus in this set. 5-LW Irons their cavity back design is perfect for added confidence. For your short game a mallet putter crafted for easy alignment and balance. To top it all off they all come together in a Adams Golf shanzy premium golf bag. GolfClubs.com just added Adams Tight Lies Plus Set to their product line up look for it now.

We loved all the clubs in this set. Most importantly the hybrids lived up to the Adams #1 hybrid golf name. They had a great selection of clubs for a wide variety of skilled golfers. The mallet putter was a great addition to this full set. Generally we see blade putters added to these full sets. A mallet putter is a great alignment aid and balanced putter that helps more golfers each year with their short game.