Adams Redline Hybrid-Iron Set Review

When Adams first introduced their Redline Series of Irons critics found them to be a bit gimmicky looking. But there are critics for everything and these were probably the people who hadn’t tested the irons out yet. A few notes first about the Redline Irons Set is it’s a combo set of long hitting irons and hybrids. Designed with distance as the primary goal, golfers can design the set to suit their skills choosing from various hybrids and irons. Definitely a game improving set made with the intention to hit the ball longer. This 8 club set comes with Adams winning hybrids added for no extra charge.

In testing they hit great and definitely have the ability to be bit long if you hit them well. Forgiveness was definitely a big factor with these clubs. You get great results if you hit them in the center of even those off-center hits still go straight. Not too far off center but enough to call them a forgiving iron. The distance is still there though which I found to be extremely impressive. Overall good distance gains and a great set of clubs if you want the ability to customize your order with irons and hybrids for an extremely reasonable price.


Nike VR Pro Blade Irons Review

Let’s start off with the classic design elements encasing Nike’s latest set of irons. With both a cavity set (vr split cavity) and pro blades you can’t really go wrong. This review we will take a look at Nike’s VR Pro Blade set As far as game play goes these irons are great in consistency and trajectory. Since they are a blade iron set you get solid feedback on each shot. Also that blade style looks great at address no distractions no fuss.

The pro blade set is a great deal for the lower handicap golfer who wants an integrated set for their game playing. Mid handicappers looking to improve their game can certainly take a wack at these. Great for improved ball striking to help lower scores. If you think you are ready to set out for a blade set this is a great starter. Available now at ( we like linking to them because you get free shipping and don’t have to pay tax… it’s a win win)

Buying A Golf Club Set-The How To Guide

GOLF BAGTake a break from buying individual clubs; buying a complete set is hassle free and a great value. When is the right time to buy a complete set? This can vary on skill set and budget. Many beginner golfers will buy a complete set to get started, this is a great option. A basic set of clubs is what any golfer needs to start playing the game. The set should include the following clubs; three woods, a collection of 3-9 irons, pitching wedge, sand wedge and a putter. As you need more you can add these on to suite your abilities. This is a great way to get started and get out to the greens.

The first thing to determine it your skill level before purchasing a golf set.

Low handicap golfers (those who are in the single digits) generally want to look for a set that has at least one fairway wood most likely it will be the 3-wood. As far as irons go look for lower irons while the 3 and 4 are more difficult to hit they are also the most useful if used properly. Taking a look at the wedges at least 3 wedges should be in the bag a sand, pitching, and either lob or approach wedge.

Mid-handicap golfers are those that play the bogey golf, generally one over par. Most of the mid handicappers will have a driver and a 3 wood or 5 wood in the bag. A good fairway wood is the perfect way to control consistency on the course. Irons will usually be 3-9 with the addition of wedges.

A high-hadicap golfer are generally those beginners and weekend golfers who shoot closer to 100. Some may not even need a driver in their bag because a driver may bring distance to a players game but it’s very difficult to control it’s accuracy. A fairway wood is a better option off-the-tee a 3-wood is the perfect way to start this and the 7 and 9 wood are a good option to be carried in the bag. Adding up to 3 wedges to the bag is a good idea including the pitching, sand, and either lob or approach wedge.

The most basic set will be a compilation of 2 or 3 woods, 8 irons, wedges, putter, and driver.

Choosing the right flex, as a beginner is also very important, these will range from regular to stiff. Intermediate players will also want to trade up and get new clubs. Buying a complete set is an easy and stress free way to do this.

See the Full Clubs Sets Category for in depth reviews