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Adams Idea Black CB2


$799.99 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very solid on contact, give a very satisfying sound with no vibration. Black finish holds up well to a fair amount of attention. Shafts are very solid and have a good feel.

The Cons:No sand wedge option with the set. Not as long as others in this class, slight sacrifice for accuracy.

Adams Idea Black CB2 are hybrid clubs designed for performance and workability while retaining some forgiveness features. The 8620 Carbon Steel construction works with a vibration absorbing cavity design to provide an optimal feel on contact with a satisfying sound.

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Dual perimeter weighting is used to increase forgiveness and lower the center of gravity for better momentum. The milled grooves comply with 2010 USGA competition requirements, and maximize spin in all playing conditions. The mid-width sole uses a four-way camber that reduces interaction with the turf, ensuring that the shot comes off as smoothly as possible. This set is coated with a Nickel Chromium (NiCr) plating that offers a sleek black finish.

Features

  • 8620 Carbon Steel construction
  • Vibration absorbing cavity design
  • Dual perimeter weighting
  • Milled grooves that comply with 2010 USGA competition requirements
  • Four-way cambered, mid-width sole (reduces turf interaction)
  • Progressive offset
  • Ni-Cr (Nickel Chromium) plated black finish
  • High performance KBS Tour 90 steel shaft or Matrix Studio 84 graphite shaft
  • Set makeup: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, GW

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Pros
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    very solid on contact, give a very satisfying sound with no vibration

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    black finish holds up well to a fair amount of attention

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    shafts are very solid and have a good feel

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    well balanced for an easy, natural swing - easy to use

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    look great at address, sleek clean lines

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    easy to hit straight every time, excellent accuracy

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    good forgiveness on mis-hits, still seems to go fairly straight

Cons
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    no sand wedge option with the set

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    not as long as others in this class, slight sacrifice for accuracy

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