Adams Golf introduces the XTD family of golf clubs [GALLERY]
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Adams Golf introduces the XTD family of golf clubs [GALLERY]


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A lot of manufacturers will tell you that their latest clubs will do things for your game you never dreamed. Adams Golf took that claim a serious step further, saying their new XTD line of clubs is the best they've ever made.

Fresh off the successful reintroduction of the Tight Lies fairway woods, the XTD line touts technologies and manufacturing standards it says are unmatched in the industry.

The XTD driver (MSRP $399.99, dropping Dec. 15) is the hottest they've ever made, largely thanks to an even better performing version of Velocity Slot Technology, called the Cut-Thru Slot. The slot is designed to provide more flex and forgiveness to maximize distance and accuracy wherever the ball is struck on the face.



In what is thought to be a first, each driver head is tested four times to ensure performance as close as possible to the USGA tech specs box.

The XTD titanium fairway woods and hybrids (available Nov. 15 at $299.99 each) also flaunt Cut-Thru Slots, as well a progressively sized face and low center of gravity for more forgiveness and distance.

Finally, the XTD line of irons is a forged set with a hollow design and tungsten strategically placed to lower the center of gravity. The eight-piece set comes with a 3- and 4- hybrid, as well. The set will sell for $1099.99 in steel shafts. Add another $100 for graphite.

Adams Golf's XTD line hits stores just in time for Christmas shopping season.

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