Pros: appearance, response on off-center hits
Reviews by: Shindig
First impression: It is worth noting my first attempt to hit a ball into a hole with this putter was on an actual practice green (as opposed to in a store’s artificial surface); I sank my first two attempts, each from ten feet. While I was unable to maintain this success rate indefinitely, the enthusiasm it produced has remained. I didn’t give much conscious thought to the putter in my first two sessions with it, preferring instead to see how well it integrated into my routine. By my second practice session with it, it felt very natural and welcome. Appearance : At address, the head blends well with the green. Product descriptions from Mantis describe this as enabling the golfer...(read more)
Pros: integrates well ; good selection ; looks nice at address ; feel is appropriate ; priced nicely
Cons: Adams doesn't have a particularly strong fitting program. However, most shops can fit you for these.
While I don't actually own a set, I still love the Adams A7. At address, they look like better players' clubs (at least from 6I on down). They feel pretty good at impact. They give feedback on bad shots without being harsh. The distance gaps are consistent in the set for just about everyone I know that uses them -- and that says something about the quality control, too. And you can get any number of wedges with it (although I always suggest a standard SW), and their wedges have a good amount of bounce. And the lofts of most clubs aren't crazily out of control. I suggest the Adams A7 set to just about everyone who isn't in the...(read more)