Adams Golf announced the release of its new Speedline Tech driver that features improved aerodynamic shaping, FASTfit adjustability, 3DS Face Technology and lightweight, multi-material construction. According to the company, it can deliver up to 11 more yards of distance and 54% better accuracy. “We used advanced construction methods and made refinements to driver technologies that we’ve developed over time to make this our most customizable and best performing driver for golfers of all skill levels,” said Tim Reed, vice president of research and development. “It’s easy for the golfer to make adjustments and find their perfect ball flight while achieving even higher swing speeds and more distance through our aerodynamic shaping.”
Adams Golf was one of the first on the scene to use aerodynamic shaping with the original Speedline driver and the Speedline Tech takes that shaping to the sixth generation. It features improved slopes, curves and size to help generate faster clubhead speed. FASTfit Adjustability is Adams’ answer to club customization. By rotating the head to fit, FASTfit allows the club to be set open or closed by up to 1 degree, and thereby adjusting the loft +/- 1 degree as well. The clubhead can also be adjusted 2 degrees upright.
The 3DS Face Technology in the Speedline Tech is a change in the traditional bulge and roll of driver faces. Through extensive research, Adams Golf’s R&D department said it found that a majority of golfers impact the clubface in the high toe area diagonally down through the center and into the low heel area of the clubface. 3DS Face Technology promises optimal spin and launch in all three hitting zones of the clubface producing up to 54% more accurate and longer drives.
The Speedline Tech driver will be available online and in stores on August 1st. It will feature the Ozik RŪL 54 as its stock shaft offering. The suggested retail price (MSRP) for the Speedline Tech driver is $449.99.