ADAMS UNVEILS NEW INSIGHT WOODS
Adams Golf have unveiled their “unique” new range of Insight drivers and fairway woods they are convinced will help improve your game.
Innovative Adams Golf have unveiled their “unique” new range of Insight drivers and fairway woods which they are convinced will help improve your game.
The new clubs, Adams CEO and President Chip Brewer promises, will give golfers more distance and increased forgiveness through unprecedented MOI (Moment of Inertia) measurements, and by utilizing industry-first construction methods in its new Insight series of drivers and fairway woods – the Insight BUL, Insight BTY and Insight Belle.
Said Brewer on Friday: “We’ve developed some new drivers and fairway woods that are very unique in their design and construction.
“We created the BUL line for the golfers who need more accuracy and, in turn, more distance.
‘The BTY driver and fairway wood are designed for better players who like traditional and tour-inspired shaping and low spin rates, even at high clubhead speeds.
“And the Belle driver and fairway wood are specifically engineered to fit the game of the female golfer.”
But here is some more detailed information about the new clubs as provided by Adams Golf:
Then Insight BUL Driver
Engineers developed the Insight BUL driver to achieve a MOI of 5,000 resulting in more forgiveness, and through this forgiveness, more accuracy and distance.
Using geometric shaping, the perimeter of the BUL Driver is dramatically expanded which spreads discretionary mass as far away from the Center of Gravity (CG) as possible. This increases the MOI to 5,000 for better clubhead stability and increased accuracy and forgiveness. This method is considered, as ‘Thinking Inside The Box’
Insight BUL is available with lofts of 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, 12.5 and HL. The stock shaft offering is the Aldila Speedline 65-gram graphite shaft.
A Senior’s model driver is also available in lofts of 10.5, 12.5 and 15 degrees.
“With the Insight BUL Driver, we were able to maximize the two important MOI measurements of the clubhead; MOIy, the vertical axis, and MOIx, the horizontal axis,” explained Tim Reed, Vice President of Adams Research and Development.
“By strategically shaping and weighting the clubhead we were able to increase the stability for increased forgiveness while producing a CG location for optimal launch conditions.”
Insight BUL Fairway Wood
The easy-to-hit Insight BUL Fairway Wood, constructed of an innovative combination of a one-piece titanium cup face and crown, power-brazed to a stainless steel chassis, produces the hottest ball flight in its class.
With high COR and low CG it was designed to have the hottest ball flight of any fairway wood on the market.
It also offers the highest MOI in its class for maximum forgiveness and easy to hit shots.
The patented â¿¿Upside down Technology¿¿ in the clubface delivers a more effective hitting area.
Available models include the Strong 3, 3, 5, and 7-wood. The Aldila Speedline 75-gram graphite shaft is the stock shaft.
Insight BTY Driver
The Insight BTY is built for better players who want versatility and high performance in a golf club.
The tour-preferred, classic shape of the 460cc clubhead provides increased forgiveness.
The stiff tip Grafalloy 65-gram ProLaunch Red shaft creates the ultimate combination of power and a penetrating ball flight.
To customize swing weight, an adjustable weight port is positioned in the sole.
Ultra-thin .4mm rolled titanium transfers weight from the crown to the adjustable weight port in the sole.
Insight BTY is available with lofts of 8.5, 9.5 and 10.5 degrees.
Insight BTY Fairway WoodInsight Belle Driver
The Belle driver is the first Adams have uniquely designed for women. It is not just a version of a men’s club that has been altered to suit women.
It is lightweight, easy-to-hit, has stylish colors and markings with conservative shaping.
It also has a high launch that results in longer drives.
The Belle is available with lofts of 11 and 14 degrees. The Adams 45-gram Speedline G45 graphite shaft by Aldila is the stock shaft along with the Women’s Winn G8 grip.
Insight Belle Fairway Wood
An industry-first combination of a one-piece titanium cup face and crown power-brazed with a stainless steel chassis creates a powerful mix of distance and accuracy that you need in a fairway wood.
Low-profile design provides a high-launch angle for increased distance and better results.
Available models include the 3, 5, 7 and 9-wood. The stock shaft is the 45-gram Adams Speedline G45 graphite shaft by Aldila.
The entire Insight series of drivers and fairway woods will begin to be shipped to golf shops from February 1, 2007 and will have a suggested retail prices of $399.99or Insight BUL and Belle Drivers, of $429.99 for Insight BTY Drivers, of $249.99 for Insight BUL and Belle Fairway Woods and $279.99 for Insight BTY Fairway Woods.
For further information go to www.adamsgolf.com
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