Adams Golf has unveiled its Pro Hybrid, the latest in the company’s line of industry-changing hybrids.
Adams’ Pro Hybrid is designed to work for players of all skill levels. Incorporating preferences from Tour players and the most beneficial attributes from the company’s award-winning models, engineers created a hybrid that plays as a true transitional club between the iron and metal wood.
“We refined the playability through numerous iterations so all players, from PGA Tour stars to recreational golfers, can replace their current hybrids with these easy-to-hit models” said Michael Fox, Director of Global Product Management for Adams Golf. “Our player testing group raved about the forgiveness, but was also quick to note an improvement in distance, compared to existing models.”
Featuring patented high moment of inertia upside-down head shaping, the Pro Hybrid follows a blueprint that has proven to make consistent contact easier for golfers of all skill levels. Patented Velocity Slot Technology on the crown and Cut-Thru Slot technology on the sole combine with an ultra-thin face to add forgiveness and flexion, making it effortless to catapult the ball online towards its intended target.
Repositioning the center of gravity (CG) behind the center of the face enhances the workability of the club for players who favour shot-shaping.
The Pro hybrid family also consists of the Pro Mini for low-handicap players with high swing-speeds and the Pro DHy, based off the successful design of the Super DHy, one of the most popular clubs on the PGA Tour in 2013.
All versions of the Pro Hybrid will ship to pro shops and specialty golf retailers on April 1, 2014. With an manufacturers suggested retail price of of $229.99, the clubs will include Aldila Tour series graphite shafts.
Lofts for the Pro Hybrid and Pro Mini are 16°, 18°, 20°, 23° and 26°, while the Pro DHy is offered in 18°, 21°, 24° and 27°.