If you are one of the few that has not been converted to hybrids the Adams Idea Tech V3 should be on your list of clubs to try. It produces flight much like a long iron but is far easier to hit.
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Tungsten weights in the heel and toe enhance perimeter weighting in the Adams Idea Tech V3, which should result in excellent forgiveness, while a V-shaped sole and heel recess reduces turf drag.
This is no exception to the penetrating flight that Adam's hybrids usually offer. But, the Adams Idea Tech V3 won't offer the added assistance game improvers are looking for.
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