Pros: Forgiveness and distance
Pros: Forgiveness and distance
Pros: Look, Feel, Shaft Options, Forgiveness
Cons: Trajectory Control
Pros: Feel, looks, performance
Cons: Gap wedge is a bit strong at 47 deg.
Pros: Soft, good size, inexpensive.
Cons: Lots of offset.
“The first thing I noticed about these irons is that they feel and swing like a game improvement iron, even more so than they look. The toplines are thick, as are the soles, and the clubs have that top-heavy feel that most game improvement irons have. No one’s confusing the CBs for blades, but it goes a bit beyond that. These clubs have to play the balancing game between game improvement and...” --jamo
“I had purchased my Rocketbladez irons in September of 2013. I purchased them at Golf Galaxy and like most people I was pleased with the distance gains that they provided me. I was indifferent about the looks and as time passed I realized that I was paying a price for the distance gains. The trajectory of my shots will just about every iron in the set was lower than it was...” --bjwestner
“ This set is simply perfection for anyone looking for that first "real" set of hybrid-irons. Are you like me? Did you just learn to get the ball consistently off the ground on every shot, but now have trouble controlling those longer irons? That was my big problem, so I turned to a game improvement set, and this was most certainly the one. The Adams A5OS...” --WalkTheCourse
“I purchased these clubs about 5 weeks ago and have played about 1o rounds with them. So far they are everything i expected. They looks great at address and give you confidence in the club. They are easy to play and work the ball. After about a week with the clubs you will feel confident hitting draws and fades or anything else. The only thing i could complain about is distance. I hit them about...” --KyleAnthony
“Excellent design. Very large hitting area on the face. Slides easily through the turf. No harsh vibration on mishits. The wide sole is hidden at address and the top line is not too thick, so it doesn't look bulky. Gets the ball airborne with ease. The Ozik graphite shafts are a good balance - I can feel where the club is on the backswing. ” --Dave40
“In the case of these irons, Adams has tried to appeal to everyone. They may not have succeeded 100 percent, but they've gotten darn close. Everyone will like the soft feel, and many will like the appealing club size and shape. I'm a low single-digit handicapper, and though I'm not yet sure if these will remain in my bag long-term, but I've yet to meet a golfer that cannot hit these clubs. I...” --jamo
“Maybe it's just the clubs that I've had the opportunity to review, but I seem to come to this conclusion a lot: just about anyone can hit theses clubs. I play to a low single-digits handicap, and while there are some things I might change, I very much enjoy TaylorMade's newest offerings. Remember Nike's old Slingshot irons, or Callaway's Fusion Wide Sole irons? Both of those clubs were made...” --jamo
“ I have started playing these irons this winter. I abosolutely love the way they look at address. A small to medium clubhead with the traditional blade look, thin topline, and a nice rounded sole to prevent digging. Being of the forged blade(muscle back) style, they are a little touchy as to where you strike the ball, on the face. Toe hits ring the hands like a...” --Adam Bellaire
“After deciding to try a set of irons with graphite shafts, I went to Golfsmith to try a number of different models. I wanted a game improvement iron that had the look of a traditional cavity back. I tried the Taylor Made Burner 2.0, the Callaway X hot, and the Mizuno JPX 825 along with the MacGregors. Surprisingly, the MacGregors had a better feel than the Callaways and Taylor...” --Dave40