Adams XTD Forged irons featuring slot and floating face technology

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 Adams Golf XTD forged

So I’ll be honest, I was a little concerned about the direction Adams was headed now that they are owned by Taylor Made. I have been reassured that now even more money is being put towards R+D and marketing to get the quality of Adams products out there to the general public. Adams recently signed Ells which is a testament to their new marketing strategy. Adams has taken the success of their slot technology to the irons with the forged XTD with it’s unique floating face with incredible forgiveness but clean sleek design. Adams is still the clear winner in hybrid technology and were by far our best seller in hybrid and/or hybrid iron combo sets. You will see more and more companies now offering hybrid blended iron sets but to be honest they have all been chasing Adams in this category for years.

Unlike traditional forged irons, XTD is a multi-piece forging that boasts the category’s first-ever Cut-Thru Slot technology. A floating face and hollow design delivers a consistently faster face, adding forgiveness throughout. Tungsten weights in the sole optimize CG location. Better players who prefer a thin topline design and the feel of a forged iron, will appreciate the easy to hit playability of the XTD Forged Irons.

The full eight-piece set includes a 3- and 4- DHy, currently the top hybridmodel on the PGA Tour. It gives the extra distance and forgiveness of a hybrid with the shot-shaping control of a long iron. A unique bulge-and-roll face technology improves shot dispersion.

  • The most advanced forging ever! Forging is 80+ years old and hasn’t really changed – until now!
  • Hollow Forged Design allows for the irons to match the face hotness of the hybrids.
  • Only Cut-Thru slot in golf and it’s in a forging, creating a consistently faster face.
  • Includes two DHy hybrids, currently the #1 model on the PGA Tour.

About Andrew Hodson

I am the youngest with in a golfing family which has spanned three generations. My grandfather started the tradition in England (Bert Hodson-1931 Ryder Cup Team) and has since passed on his knowledge and love of the game. Although I did not follow in the steps of my father and grandfather on a professional golfing level, my love of the game and commitment to accurately fit equipment has only grown. Even as a kid I enjoyed re-gripping clubs which eventually led to refinishing wood heads, re-shafting, and now has culminated in more detailed custom club fitting, building, and repair.