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Adams Golf has launched its new Speedline Fast 12 driver, fairway woods and Speedline Fast 12 Low Spin driver.
The Adams Speedline Fast 12 driver promises to be the fatest, longest and most forgiving Speedline driver yet, while the Speedline Fast 12 LS is the only driver on the market with length adjustability.
Adams Golf has incorporated a new Airfoil design in the Speedline Fast 12 driver to produce a 460cc driver with less drag than previous models.
New design elements have also been added to the sole and skirt of the Speedline Fast 12 driver to provide maximum aerodynamic benefits, decreasing drag throughout the swing plane and increasing club head speed.
The Adams Speedline Fast 12 LS driver provides golfers with the ability to adjust the loft, face angle, lie and length of the club through a discreet hosel design. There is also a removable weight in the back of the club head to allow a lighter weight when the club is lengthened.
With a standard length of 45", the Adams Speedline Fast LS can be adjusted by half an inch to 45.5". Adams say that lengthening the club by half an inch will provide increased ball speed and launch angle, as well as providing additional carry distance.
The Adams Speedline Fast 12 fairway woods feature the second generation in Velocity Slot Technology. This includes a slot within a slot on both the crown and sole of the club for increased ball speed, unparalleled forgiveness and better launch conditions. This helped to provide increases of up to 30 yards in length during testing.
The Adams Speedline Fast 12 range will be available from March 1st.
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