Adams Golf Tight Lies Fairway Wood Extended Face Technology enhances the height of the face to deliver a more expansive strike zone, more forgiveness, and better performance on mis-hits. You should have this golf club in your bag!
The clubhead is more significant from the address to motivate self-confidence without sacrificing a low-profile design with a shallow face.
Now and then, a product occurs and transforms a whole industry. That held with the original 1995 AdamsGolf Tight Lies Fairway. Its release catapulted Adams onto the worldwide golf equipment stage and astounded golf enthusiasts at all game levels.
Tight Lies Features & Benefits Adams Golf Clubs Fairway Wood
Forgive, But Never Forget
How do you make one of the most forgiving clubs ever made more flexible? There’s a straightforward solution: Make the face bigger. Extended Face Technology enhances the elevation of the face to supply a more expansive strike zone, more forgiveness, and better efficiency on mis-hits.
The Sole of Versatility
The cambered Tri-Sole Design delivers the flexibility to perform from every sort of lie. Whether it’s a cozy lie in the rough or a bare hinge on the fairway, you can swing with self-confidence.
Slotted for Take-Off
Fueled by the Velocity Slot, see your ball fly effortlessly. This open port is located on the club’s sole, straight behind the face; this available port is developed to increase face flexibility, ball rates, and forgiveness.
Keeping a Low Profile
The Adams Golf Tight Lies Fairway Wood clubhead shows up larger from the address to motivate self-confidence without sacrificing a low-profile design with a shallow face. Ultimately, Tight Lies has a reduced CG for more excellent launch conditions and a prominent face location for better forgiveness.
The advancement design featured an “upside-down” clubhead with a trapezoidal sole that allowed the club to puncture any lie. Labeled Tri-Sole, this design made the Adams Golf Tight Lies Fairway Wood Club playable and very versatile from basically any type of lie on the fairway. Due to its adaptability became a popular substitute for hard-to-hit lengthy irons, making it among the earliest crossbreeds.
The breakthrough design featured an “upside-down” clubhead with a trapezoidal sole that enabled the club to cut through any lie. Identified Tri-Sole, this design made the club usable and very functional from virtually any lie on the golf course. As a result of its adaptability, it became the desired substitute for hard-to-hit long irons, making it among the earliest crossbreeds.