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Adams Idea a7OS Max Irons


$750.00 Released August, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent accuracy, can send the shot exactly where you want it. Can still get a fair amount of distance on a slower swing. Handle heavy use without accumulating nicks and scuffs.

The Cons:Missing a decent sand wedge.

The Idea a7OS Max Irons is an iron set from Adams' Idea Series that is designed for golfers with a slower swing speed.  The set is Adams' first all-hybrid iron set, comprised of 4 wood-like hybrid irons and 4 iron-like hybrid irons from 3H to PW.

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  The irons are designed with an ultra-thin crown and thin face to maximize distance and are oversize to increase confidence.  The Idea a7OS Max Irons also offer low and back weighting for high centre of gravity depth and have a very high MOI for forgiveness.   The irons are paired with a Grafalloy ProLaunch Axis shaft and an Adams' Traction Tour Velvet grip.  The set is available in men's and senior's models and has a retail price of $750.

Features/Specs

  • All-Hybrid Set: 4 Wood-Like Hybrids, 4 Iron-Like Hybrids
  • Ultra-Thin Crown and Thin Face
  • Low and back weighting
  • High MOI
  • Oversize Design
  • Forgiveness: High
  • Offset: Progressive
  • Sole Width : Wide
  • Launch Angle: High
  • Set Makeup: 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H, 9H, PW
  • Shaft: Grafalloy ProLaunch Axis
  • Grip: Adams Traction Tour Velvet

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Pros
  • 2

    excellent accuracy, can send the shot exactly where you want it

  • 2

    can still get a fair amount of distance on a slower swing

  • 2

    handle heavy use without accumulating nicks and scuffs

  • 2

    feel when connecting with the ball is satisfying and tells you right away what kind of shot it will be

  • 2

    look like a blade at address, makes it easier to line up the shot

  • 2

    the addition of the 2 hybrids makes the set very complete, don't need too much else

  • 1

    plenty of forgiveness on mis-hits, never goes too far off

Cons
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    missing a decent sand wedge

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