Adams Golf Launches Speedline Fast 12 Drivers

By: Darren Ramowski | Thu 05 Jan 2012 | Comments


Adams Golf has announced the new Speedline Fast 12 and Fast 12 LS (low spin) drivers as well as the Speedline Fast 12 fairway wood.

Adams Golf Speedline Fast 12 Driver

Adams Golf Speedline Fast12 DriverThe new Speedline Fast 12 driver – the fastest, longest and most forgiving Speedline driver ever developed.  The Fast 12 incorporates the new Airfoil Design to produce a 460cc driver with 14% less drag for an increase of up to 3 mph in club head speed and, at the same time, a nearly 10% increase in forgiveness.  

“The Speedline Fast 12 driver is a significant technological step forward in the quest for large footprint and high MOI driver that also provides the speed of modern aerodynamic designs,” said Scott Burnett, Director of Advanced Product Development for Adams Golf.  

Aerodynamic Enhancements
Adams Golf led the industry into the aerodynamic revolution with the original Speedline in 2009 and continues to make refinements for better airflow attachment.  The Airfoil Design of the Fast 12 driver incorporates crown elements such as the trip steps seen in its predecessor, the Fast 11, along with new design elements on the sole and skirt of the club that provide maximum aerodynamic benefits throughout the entire swing path.    The result is 14% less drag and up to a 3 mph increase in club head speed.

More Forgiveness
The Airfoil design in the new Fast 12 driver provides forgiveness never seen before in a aerodynamically designed driver, an increases of nearly 10%.  It has the MOI equivalent to the square drivers of the past, which were extremely forgiving, but had such high drag that they slowed down swing speeds causing much less distance. In addition to its technical enhancements, the Fast 12 features a satin silver crown color to inspire confidence at address.

The Speedline Fast 12 Driver will come standard with the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue featuring Speed Coat Technology.

Adams Golf Speedline Fast 12 LS Driver

Adams Golf Speedline Fast 12 LS DriverThe new Speedline Fast 12 LS (Low Spin) driver – combines Adams’ industry leading aerodynamic technology with adjustability. The Fast 12 LS driver is Adams Golf’s lowest spinning aerodynamic driver ever, and is the only driver in the industry with length adjustability.

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“In the Speedline Fast 12 LS, we developed a low spinning, adjustable and aerodynamic driver that appeals to the better player,” said Justin Honea, Director of Product Development for Adams Golf.  “Combining all of the performance characteristics with adjustability was the best way to do this.  Giving players the option of changing lengths as well as loft and lie gives us a competitive advantage over the rest of the industry.”

Adjustability
The Fast 12 LS provides extensive adjustability in a very discreet hosel design.  Golfers can adjust loft and face angle, lie, and length.  The loft can be adjusted up to +/- 1 degree.  The lie can be adjusted upright to +2 degrees.  The standard length of the Fast 12 LS is 45”, but can be adjusted to 45.5”.  There is also a removable weight in the back of the club head to allow the golfer to change to a lighter weight when the club is lengthened in order to maintain the same swingweight.  Adding a half inch in length provides increased ball speed, increased launch angle, and additional carry distance.

The Speedline Fast 12 LS driver’s standard shaft will be the Fubuki Alpha with MD Technology, which is designed for the player who wants a more stable, lower spinning shaft.

 

All will be available in stores on March 1st. 

Available lofts are as follows:

Speedline Fast 12 Driver:             

  • 8.5°, 9.5° and 10.5° in right-handed
  • 9.5° and 10.5° for left-handed

Speedline Fast 12 Draw Driver:            

  • 10.5° in right-handed

Women’s Speedline Fast 12 Driver:        

  • 12° and HL in right-handed

Speedline Fast 12 LS Driver:

  • 8.5°, 9.5° and 10.5° in right-handed
  • 9.5° and 10.5° for left-handed

For more information, please visit www.adamsgolf.com

 

 


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