Not many brands (if any) focused on hybrids which left Adams to clean up when they were still manufacturing golf clubs, having ceased shortly after being acquired by TaylorMade in 2012. One of the main reasons for purchasing the brand and all the technology that comes with it was their hybrid designs.
The Adams Tight Lies fairway woods and hybrids were a huge commercial success. The low-profile club head with an upside-down design to reduce drag through the strike and slot technology to launch the ball higher were attractive to both elite and amateur players alike.
Adams hybrids have Major credentials too. When Graeme McDowell won the US Open in 2010 he was carrying a pair, much to the annoyance of his lead sponsor Callaway at the time for sure.
Outside of the Tight Lies sub-brand, Adams has their 'Pro' range of hybrids. Aimed at the better player, these clubs were manufactured to deliver low spin and a penetrating flight - both characteristics preferred by the better player. The range consisted of three models, the Pro, Pro Mini, and Pro DHY. The standard Pro was the most traditional hybrid with a more rounded profile, while the Pro DHY was much more iron-like in appearance. Comparisons can be drawn with the GAPR range from TaylorMade - who remember brought Adams back in the day. Check out the rest of out TaylorMade hybrids here to see if any other Adams tech has found its way into their recent releases.
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