Overview/Technology-

Well, it looks like Adams has done it again. Just when the big boys are thinking they are creating distance from their competitors, Adams Golf comes up with another winner, the Adams Speedline. Too early to tell just how well this driver will do, but by the looks of it, well. Real well in fact.

Adams has a reputation of catering to the average golfer, the avid golfers that make the sport what it is today. And it looks like they have another one here, the Speedline was introduced and has gotten the attention with the recent Gold rating from 2009′ Golf Digest Hot List for Drivers Under $350.

The driver has been streamlined to help achieve aerodynamic efficiency. The design features a scooped heel and toe slots, a smaller face and optimal crown height and curve. The Speedline is the first driver in golf to be engineered using wind tunnel technology for superior aerodynamics. The unparalled aerodynmics translates into higher swing speeds for all types of golfers looking for more distance.

Speedline Spec Sheet-

Comes in 3 lofts for the standard 8.5, 9.5, 10.5.

Also available in the Draw at 9.5, 10.5, 12.5 and HL.

Pros/Positives-

This driver is geared for the player looking for distance, the aerodynmics should provide a boost. In fact, the talk from Adams is the Speedline will provide 3-4 mph more clubhead speed which translates to 3-9 more yards on the average carry!

Cons/Negatives-

It’s a high launch driver geared for the recreational player. Certainly not to say it will not suit the lower handicap, as proven it does with 3 Tour wins already!

Actual Player Feedback-

“We have a great one here…The New Speedline Driver…it’s fantastic!”

“The trajectory, feel and control is beyond any driver I’ve ever hit”

Overall Rating-

Golf Digest gave it two thumbs up, need we say more. I think this driver will do very well. Early indications are it provides the every-day golfer a big boost in distance. Already a three-time winner on tour, the Adams Speedline is designed with three main features that reduce drag for more speed which equates to additional distance, something most all golfers look for in today’s high tech drivers.