Adams Golf has introduced its new Idea a7 hybrid and hybrid irons, designed to full integrate together for mid-handicap players.
The set features two a7 hybrids for increased carry distance and extra forgiveness and six irons to maximize scoring potential. The Idea a7 hybrids can also be purchased individually.
The eight-piece hybrid iron set consists of three and four hybrid, a hollow-back five transition iron and scoring clubs from six iron through pitching wedge.
The three and four hybrids feature an improved sole camber for ease of use out of any lie, with rear weighting contributing to increased carry distance.
The five transition iron has a patented hollow-back design and a 13 per cent thinner face in a club designed to improve gapping between the hybrids and short irons.
Thinner top lines and sole widths are designed with workability in mind in the short irons, which also feature dual cavity backs and stabilizer bars for enhanced forgiveness and feel.
“By advancing the theories in club design through individual engineering and integration of each club into the next, we are proud to be offering what we believe to be the future of irons sets and a better alternative to anything currently on the market,” said Chip Brewer, president and CEO of Adams Golf.
“This new approach to designing iron sets should further strengthen our leadership positions in the hybrid iron
The stock shaft for the Idea a7 hybrid is a UST Proforce AXIV Core Black 85-gram graphite. In the irons, consumers have a choice of either a True Temper Performance Lite steel shaft or the UST shaft in graphite.
All Idea a7 irons and hybrids are available in various flexes in right and left-handed models. The new clubs will be available for shipping Sept. 1.
Adams is distributed in Canada by the Fletcher Leisure Group.