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Adams Golf Launch Idea Black CB3

By: Darren Ramowski | Thu 02 Feb 2012

Adams Golf to make many aspirational golfers happy with Idea Black CB3 Irons.

When it comes to game-improvement irons, they can sometimes look a little thick and boxy, but not so with the latest from Adams Golf. 

The introduction of the Idea Black CB3 Irons, which are finely-tuned and crafted from forged 8620 steel and designed to add forgiveness from the 4 iron through Pitching Wedge, will have a wide range of players wanting to add these to their bags. It’s the look, the feel and the performance that puts the CB3s in a class all to itself.

“With the CB3’s we wanted to create a club with great feel and striking looks but also one that would perform well for a wide range of golfers,” said Tim Reed, Vice President of Research and Development of Adams Golf.  “We accomplished this with the CB3.  Its design enhancements will definitely improve performance for the better player and the aspiring golfer as well.”

Triple Milled & Multi-Material Advantage

The CB3 irons use a triple milled construction technique to enhance perimeter weighting and create an extremely thin face with precision grooves that deliver a high level of feel, performance and consistency.  The Idea Black CB3 Irons also feature a new multi-material badge in the back cavity which greatly improves vibration and sound.

Custom Fitting

The Idea Black CB3 Irons will be highly customizable.  Authorized Adams Golf fitters will have a CB3 fitting kit which has the ability to change lie angle, length, shaft flex and shaft type to fine tune the irons for each golfer’s specific game

Shaft Offerings

The Idea Black CB3 Irons will be offered with exceptional premium shafts: KBS Tour 90 (steel) or the Matrix Ozik Program 8.1 (graphite) as the stock shaft options

For more information, please visit www.adamsgolf.com


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