Check out the new Adams Golf Redline Iron Set! Adams has once again re-invented the Redline series and what they have is the most forgiving and customizable combination set they have made to date. There are many great combo set options in today’s market however the customer rarely has a choice in the configuration of the set. Already the leader in Hybrid technology, Adams decided to bridge that gap and give the consumer options! Set make-up one consists of seven irons and one hybrid, while set make-up two features two hybrids and six irons. The third and final option which is ultimately the most forgiving, is set make-up three which consists of three hybrids and five irons. Regardless of the configuration you choose, the hybrid to iron transition is flawless and the set flows seamlessly as it progresses. Since distance and playability is the primary concern in the Redline series, the newly designed hybrids deliver faster ball speeds than traditional hybrids thanks in large part to a larger head, thinner face, and longer overall length of club. The tri-level sole design minimizes turf interference for greater playability regardless of the lie and a 45 gram sole weight is placed low and back on the club for improved forgiveness. While much attention has been brought to the Redline hybrids, lets not forget about the Redline irons. The Redline irons feature the best characteristics from the hybrids and they are then incorporated into the iron design for greater distance and forgiveness. For enhanced feel and sound, the Redline irons feature a Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) insert and the cambered sole allows for maximum playability. When compared to one of the hottest sets on the market, the Taylormade Burner Superfast 2.0, tests have shown the Redline Irons are at least 3.6 yards longer per club than Burner Superfast 2.0 irons and Redline hybrid is 11 yards longer when compared to the Superfast 2.0 hybrid! Treat yourself to a new set of irons and pre-order your new set of Adams Redline Irons today for a mid-May delivery!
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