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Adams Idea Tech a4 Hybrid


$170.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Unorthodox and extremely attractive aesthetic. Good improvement over previous generations (more forgiveness, greater MOI). Interchangeable sole weights.

The Cons:Expensive. Can't buy or find the interchangeable weights anywhere on the website; tried Golfsmith also.

The Adams Idea Tech a4 Hybrid is a hybrid golf club offered by Adams Golf that is designed to give tour performance, but with more forgiveness, making it ideal for above average golfers looking for tour quality clubs.

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  These hybrids have more forgiveness and an 18% higher moment of inertia than their leadin Idea Gold Pro hybrid, making this a more consistent and slightly easier club to hit. The high strength Maraging steel face gives quicker ball speed, and achieves greater distance thanks to its pull-face construction.  The interchangeable sole weight allows adjustment to match the desired swing weight, or shaft adjustment. The Idea Tech a4 hybrid clubs come with a high performance, premium Mitsubishi Javln FX shaft and a Lamkin Crossline Tour grip. Lofts available are 17°, 19°, 22° and 26°, all of which are available in LH, except the 17°.

Features / Specifications

  • Tour performance with more forgiveness
  • Higher MOI
  • High strength Maraging steel face
  • Pull-face construction
  • Interchangeable sole weight
  • Mitsubishi Javln FX shaft
  • Grip: Lamkin Crossline Tour
  • Lofts: 17°(RH), 19°(R&LH), 22°(R&LH), 26°(R&LH)
  • Lies: 58.5°, 59.25°, 60°, 60.5°
  • Lengths: 40.75", 40", 39.25", 38.5"
  • Swing weight: D2
  • Flex: R, S, A

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    unorthodox and extremely attractive aesthetic

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    good improvement over previous generations (more forgiveness, greater MOI)

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    interchangeable sole weights

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    premium shaft and grip

  • 1

    nice club with penetrating ball flight and easy to hit.

Cons
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    expensive

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    can't buy or find the interchangeable weights anywhere on the website; tried Golfsmith also

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