Adams XTD

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Adams Golf new XTD family includes a new driver, fairways, hybrids and forged irons but the driver and irons are especially interesting.
"Quite frankly, these XTD products are the best we make thanks to a spare-no-expense mindset to create game-changing technology," said Justin Honea, Senior Director of Research and Development. "We ignored convention, built with premium materials and pushed the limits to deliver jaw-dropping ball speed increases off the face for every club in the bag."
  The XTD driver according to the company has the hottest face of any on the market which combined with an aerodynamic clubhead plus the "Cut-Thru" slots Adams pioneered produces exceptional results. In addition each XTD driver is tested four times during manufacturing to ensure the clubface is as close to the USGA limits for flex as possible.
"We’re touting that it’s the hottest face in golf by using the strictest manufacturing tolerances," said Honea. "Every feature we’ve built into the XTD family is distinctive, and we’ve merged them all together into the ultimate driver."
XTD irons are made by a multi-piece forging process and have the Cut-Thru Slot also along what Adams describes as a floating face and hollow design with tungsten weights in the sole. Each set will have low-spinning Adams DHy hybrids for the 3- and 4- irons with forged cavity-backs (5-7) and musclebacks (8-PW) irons.
XTD drivers ship December 15, 2013 with a MSRP of $399.99. The Ti fairway woods and hybrids will be out November 15 at a MSRP of $299.99 per club.
Shipping on December 1, XTD forged irons include KBS C-Taper steel shafts for an MSRP of $1,099.99 or Aldila RIP Tour 115g graphite shafts with an MSRP of $1,199.99.

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