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Adams Idea Pro Black Irons


$1,000.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Look stunning at address, very high-end and sophisticated. Great feel when striking the ball, feels like cast rather than forged. Easy to hit, large face and everything lines up naturally.

The Cons:Black wears off easily even with moderate use.

The Idea Pro Black Irons is an iron set from Adams' Idea Series that is designed for skilled and professional golfers.  The set is comprised of 8 tour-proven muscle back irons available in 3-PW or 4-PW configurations.

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  The irons are constructed from forged carbon steel and have black nickel ion plating for a high-end polished appearance.  The Idea Pro Black Irons have the USGA maximum groove volume to provide performance in all playing conditions.  They also include a weight port in the back flange which allows for the player to customize the swing weight.  The irons are paired with a performance KBS Black Tour shaft and Adams' Golf Tour Velvet grips.

Features/Specs

  • USGA Maximum Groove Volume
  • Weight Port in Back Flange
  • Beveled Trailing Edge
  • Forged Carbon Steel
  • Black Nickel Ion Plating
  • Forgiveness: Low-Mid
  • Offset: Constant
  • Sole Width : Narrow
  • Launch Angle: Low-Mid
  • Set Makeup: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
  • Shaft: KBS Black Tour
  • Grip: Adams Golf Tour Velvet
  • Available in 3-PW or 4-PW Configurations

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    look stunning at address, very high-end and sophisticated

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    great feel when striking the ball, feels like cast rather than forged

  • 1

    easy to hit, large face and everything lines up naturally

  • 1

    shafts offer increased loft, gains a few yards over previous generation irons

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    excellent accuracy, ball goes right where it is sent

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    very forgiving, wide area to hit with that gives reliable performance

Cons
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    black wears off easily even with moderate use

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