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Adams Speedline Fast 10 Driver


$300.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Will help those golfers struggling to get the ball up. Very traditional sound upon impact. Aerodynamic head creates less drag.

The Cons:Some other drivers on the market will give you more distance. Pretty generic looking club. Not much creativity. Some people will find the impact sound to be too "tingy".

The Adams Speedline Fast 10 is a mid-priced driver. Like the Speedline 9032LS, another driver offering from Adams, the Fast 10 was designed using aerodynamic technology (tested in wind-tunnels). Compared to Adams' earlier driver offerings, the Speedline Fast 10 has 100% increased toe curvature and 300% reduction of heel curvature, which work together to create stability of airflow in the club's head.

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This design reduces drag by 10%, and increases distance by the same amount. The Speedline Fast 10 driver won gold in Golf Digest's 2010 "Hot List", and has been on board for eight professional tour wins. There are grip, shaft and model choices for the Speedline Fast 10.    

Features

  • 58 degree lie angle
  • 46.125" club length
  • 460cc head volume
  • D2 swing weight
  • Shaft choices: Aldila Wasabi 60g graphite, Matrix HD 60g graphite 
  • Grip choices: Adams Tour Velvet, Winn Grip G8 (only for A-Flex models)
  • Aerodynamic shaping
  • 100% increased toe curvature
  • 300% reduced heel curvature
  • Award-winning design

Models

  • 1 - 8.5 degree loft angle, no left-handed version available, X-Flex, S-Flex, R-Flex, A-Flex
  • 2 - 9.5 degree loft angle, left-handed version available, X-Flex, S-Flex, R-Flex, A-Flex
  • 3 - 10.5 degree loft angle, left-handed version available, X-Flex, S-Flex, R-Flex, A-Flex
  • 4 - 12.5 degree loft angle, no left-handed version available, R-Flex, A-Flex 
  • Draw 1 - 9.5 degree loft angle, no left-handed version available, X-Flex, S-Flex, R-Flex, A-Flex
  • Draw 2 - 10.5 degree loft angle, X-Flex, S-Flex, R-Flex, A-Flex

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    Will help those golfers struggling to get the ball up

  • 1

    Very traditional sound upon impact

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    Aerodynamic head creates less drag

Cons
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    Some other drivers on the market will give you more distance

  • 1

    Pretty generic looking club. Not much creativity

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    Some people will find the impact sound to be too "tingy"

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