What you can win
Adams Golf are offering you the chance to visit their brand new, world first, state of the art Second Shot Fitting Centre at Wentworth to recieve a complete fitting from their team.
What is more, each month two lucky winners will be drawn at randon to recieve either an Adams Hybrid or a legendary Adams Tight Lies Fairway Wood.
How to win it
Adams wants you to #OwnTheSecondShot. All you have to do to stand a chance of winning is add a round on Golfshake and track your Green In Regulation stats and don't forget the more you rounds you add the more chances you have to win.
Adams Second Shot Fitting Centre at Wentworth
In May at the BMW PGA Championship opened what is a World first for the company by inviting Adams staff player, Ernie Els to open their Second Shot Centre at Wentworth Golf Club
he centre will enable Adams to continue to Own the Second Shot™ by providing a unique custom-fitting experience for golfers of all abilities, purely for fairway woods and hybrids.
The facility is not only the first of its kind in England, but the first of its kind anywhere in the world. Featuring the latest Flightscope® launch monitor technology, the centre provides the ultimate opportunity for golfers to dial-in their second shot clubs, namely those from 250 yards and in.
The Second Shot Centre will house all the latest fairway woods and hybrids from the Adams Golf product range. As a brand that occupies an enviable position as the #1 Hybrid on Tour and following the successful re-launch of the iconic Tight Lies, a strong position within the fairway wood market – the facility will reinforce Adams’ position in these product categories as well as help golfers truly #OwnTheSecondShot.
For more information on the Second Shot Centre go to www.adamsgolf.eu/secondshotcentre
Adams Tight Lies Fairway Woods
Adams Golf recently brought back the legendary fairway wood that put the company on the map in the mid-1990s. The new and improved Tight Lies features many of the same design elements that made the original an enormous success, plus the new, award-winning Velocity Slot Technology that makes the face twice as hot. Just like the original, the new Tight Lies will be launched initially as a 16 degree 3-wood with other loft options available later.
Adams explain that today’s fairway woods have become hard for most people, including many tour players, to hit from anywhere other than off of a tee due to their deep faces and higher CGs. These “mini-drivers” can also be extremely hard to hit out of the rough or sand due to their larger size. The new Tight Lies will revolutionize the game just as the original did.
“With the new Tight Lies, we’ve got a 3-wood that you can control, you can hit it out of bad lies,” said Tom Watson, 8-time Major champion. “The most important thing for me is to know how far the ball is going to go, and with the new technology, here with Tight Lies, we can hit it where we want it to go and that’s what you want in a golf club. Man, that’s all I want.”
The playability from every type of lie, and the ease at which golfers can get the ball in the air makes Tight Lies the perfect club to hit those long par-4’s and par-5’s. For the first time in a long time, golfers will love hitting a fairway wood again.
Adams Pro Hybrids
The most used hybrid brand on the majority of worldwide Tours, including the PGA Tour and European Tour, Adams has created a single design that works for players of all skill levels. Incorporating preferences from Tour players and the most beneficial attributes from the company’s award-winning models, engineers created a hybrid that plays as a true transitional club between the iron and metalwood.
Featuring patented high MOI upside-down head shaping, the Pro Hybrid follows a blueprint that has proven to make consistent contact easier for golfers of all skill levels. Patented Velocity Slot Technology on the crown and Cut-Thru Slot technology on the sole combine with an ultra-thin face to add forgiveness and flexion, making it effortless to catapult the ball online towards its intended target.
Repositioning the center of gravity (CG) behind the center of the face enhances the workability of the club for players who favor shot-shaping.
For more information visit the Adams Golf webiste - Click here