Tee it high and let it fly. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. When you look down at the club at address, it sets up nicely behind the ball. The feel is spectacular. Again derived from the dimples of a golf ball, Speed Coat is a roughened coating on the exterior of the shaft. Volume Three Hundred Fifteen. The long shaft and large head are perfectly suited to shape the ball all over the place from the tee, but I found it troublesome to work the ball from the fairway, and workability was nonexistent from the rough.

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From the tee box, the best approach I developed is to just treat it like a driver. The long shaft and large head are perfectly suited to shape the ball all over the place from the tee, but I found it troublesome to work the ball from the fairway, and workability was nonexistent from the rough.

The deep face actually made the club plenty easy from tall grass, but the shaft is simply too big and contact was too unpredictable. It also comes with the Adams Tour Elite Plus grip, which is, in my opinion, one of the best stock grips you will find.

Adams has built a fairway wood that is very stable through the shot, one that rockets the ball off the face, and one that retails for a very fair price. Speed Coat is supposed to do the same thing.

Adams Speedline Fast 12 LS Driver

If you are looking to keep the ball under the wind and bend it like Bubba, again, this might not be the club for you. Though the face does indeed have bounce and roll, the black finish makes it look very angular, and you get the allusion vast increased loft.

The sole of the club and the face are black with silver and blue accents, the crown is silver. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I love the fat black, lacquered look of clubs like the Titleist F, but the matte finish makes fwst look like a boring grey. Though the clubhead is noticeable larger than fairways woods of old, it retains the unmistakable aadms of a wood. I can only imagine what it would have been like with a livelier shaft.

Though not quite as long as some other fairway woods on the market, this shaft is very long, bordering on what you would have found in a driver a dozen years ago. The long shaft makes it a bit tougher to hit square, the large face makes off-center hits come off a bit more fast.

Adams Speedline Fast 12 LS Driver – Golfalot

Performance Like many of the new generation of fairway metals on the market, the Speedline Fast 12 is made for the tee box. The ProLaunch Blue is a very stable shaft, just begging for you do go after it. They say that the improved slot enhances launch conditions for more carry and greater distance.

Simplistically speaking, dimples on a golf ball focus that turbulence directly behind the golf ball. The head cover is a breeze to take off but the structured upper section makes putting it back on a bit trickier. Nike was the first major company to introduce something like this, when their Compression Channel was introduced a few years back, but Adams was the initial OEM to put this technology on both the sole and the crown of the clubhead. These both took a bit of time to get used to, but they effectively offset each other.

It makes the club look like a mid-iron, and for a club with a large head and a long shaft, that inspired a lot of confidence.

It plays, if anything, slightly stiffer than I expected it to, but that fits the profile of this club. Volume Three Hundred Fifteen. Share this with your golf buddies: Conclusion Though golf clubs are usually categorized by the character profile they fit low- mid- or high-handicapperthe Adams Speedline Speedline 12 fairway woods do not fit that description. When a golf ball flies through the air, a small space pocket of turbulence trails fasst ball.

Tee it high and let it fly.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I obviously cannot 122 for sure it is because of the Velocity Slots, but the face is hot.

Adams Speedline Fast 12 Fairway Wood Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap

But if you need something to hit the ball mammoth distances, a club to replace your driver on a day when your swing is a little wonky, and a club that gets the ball in the air, look no further. When you look down at the club at address, it sets up nicely behind the ball. That changed last year. The feel is spectacular. I was initially worried about reflections off the bright crown, but the matte finish quashes that worry.

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