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My goal is to play one shot at a time and do whatever it takes to make par on the hole I'm playing. When par is risky, then saving bogey becomes the goal. When I'm in deep Sh$t and make worse than bogey, then I'll grind to make a birdie when the opportunity comes up. Par 5's, short par 4's & short par 3's are usually the better chances for birds. That's my approach for every round, especially during tournaments. Club Rat
You indicate that you bought it online, and that could be an issue. If they're an authorized Adams account, there should be no problem. Your best bet is to contact the nearest Adams retailer. If your not sure who that would be, you can find it on the Adams website. The club appears to be a model that Adams hasn't made in some time, so I'm not sure how they'd handle it from a warranty standpoint. It's not uncommon for manufacturers to keep some discontinued models on hand just to cover situations like this. You should always be careful when buying clubs online. There are lots of counterfeits out there, although that's probably less likely with a brand like Adams. They make good quality equipment, but I think the scum that make the knockoffs focus more on TaylorMade, Titleist, Callaway, Ping, etc. Good luck!