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Adams golf drivers

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DFerlmann    4

I am in the market for a new driver and i think that the Adams fast 12 LS might be the one, but i have never hit it. just wondering what people think about it if they have it, or have an opinion on it.

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jcollins120    3

It's a decent driver, but you would be much better off with a Titleist, Ping, Callaway, or Taylormade driver. Adams isn't adjustable and doesn't stack up to the competition.

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TimG3394    5
Originally Posted by jcollins120

It's a decent driver, but you would be much better off with a Titleist, Ping, Callaway, or Taylormade driver. Adams isn't adjustable and doesn't stack up to the competition.

I have the Adams 9064ls DFS. You can adjust the length, face angle, and loft. This driver is a bomber with the right shaft, and his a very low spin head. I have yet to hit the fast 12 so I can not give my opinion on that.

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DFerlmann    4
Originally Posted by jcollins120

It's a decent driver, but you would be much better off with a Titleist, Ping, Callaway, or Taylormade driver. Adams isn't adjustable and doesn't stack up to the competition.


you seem like a great guy, but i hardly think a stranger like you knows what driver i need.

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inthehole    126

I have a 2 year old Adams Speedline driver - it sounds great & gives about average distance ... BUT at least the one I have is not forgiving - hit it off center and you know it - gives tons of feedback, but if you catch it right, it's as good as any driver I've ever hit.

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jcollins120    3
Originally Posted by DFerlmann

you seem like a great guy, but i hardly think a stranger like you knows what driver i need.



You need the Ping Anser Driver. Theres a lot of different shafts to try out at Illini and its forgiving and long. You will be set.

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Mr. Desmond    371
Originally Posted by jcollins120

It's a decent driver, but you would be much better off with a Titleist, Ping, Callaway, or Taylormade driver. Adams isn't adjustable and doesn't stack up to the competition.

Your description of the Adams is wrong ...

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Mr. Desmond    371
Originally Posted by DFerlmann

I am in the market for a new driver and i think that the Adams fast 12 LS might be the one, but i have never hit it. just wondering what people think about it if they have it, or have an opinion on it.

Adams makes fine drivers.

I am having better success with a 9088UL than my former Ping Rapture V2 - it is more consistent for me. Everyone makes fine product these days - it's just what fits you.

As to the LS, it has "real" aftermarket shaft and feedback that I've read is good - just be certain you want the low spin, and get the loft in a LS head that fits you. It is adjustable. See:

http://adamsgolf.com/products/drivers/speedline_fast12ls.php#

Since you have the 910, you might want to get fit for a 913 before you purchase the Adams. Good luck.

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jcollins120    3
Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

Your description of the Adams is wrong ...


I don't really think of Adams drivers like that. I'm just giving Dferlmann a hard time. Thanks for the heads up though, big guy. I really appreciate it.

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