Adams Golf parent company – TaylorMade – sparked white club head craze a few years ago. Now Adams Golf is going red with the introduction of the new Red hybrid today at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.
Adams Golf says Red delivers players of all abilities an “appealing, confidence-inspiring shape’’ with proven performance. Red’s versatility, according to the company, has shot-shaping properties that make it easy for players to find optimal ball flight (draw, fade, low, high), while sole, crown and head features deliver easy launch conditions for Tour players and amateurs alike.
The Adams Red Hybrid will be available in five lofts (16°, 18°, 20°, 23, 26°) beginning April 17 at a suggested retail price of $229.
Adams Golf says its engineers found new ways to innovate in the hybrid category, adding features that allow Red to meet the demands of golfers everywhere.
Unlike many larger hybrids on the market, the Red Hybrid features a smaller head (95cc) that the company says can handle a wider variety of difficult shots and make them easier to hit from all conditions.
Adams says its upside-down head design brings the CG (center of gravity) lower, promoting easier launch and greater demand from all lies and increasing playability. The Red also features the company’s familiar Velocity Slot Technology on the sole and Ghost Slot Technology on the crown. In addition, the Red Hybrid has three transferable weights on the sole (one 25g & two 2g) that can be configured to promote the flight that works best.