Adams Showcases Fourth Generation Aerodynamic Technology in Latest Drivers

Adams Speedline 9064LS DriverUtilizing fourth generation aerodynamic technology, Adams Golf has produced a pair of drivers the company is touting as its longest yet. The Speedline 9064LS and 4G Ultra-Lite drivers were designed to create less drag and airflow turbulence, thereby increasing clubhead speed and distance for golfers of all types.

Speedline 9064LS Drivers

The patent-pending aerodynamic shaping of the next-generation Speedline 9064LS driver creates less drag and airflow turbulence during the swing, resulting in faster clubhead speed and up to 15 yards more distance. 

Design improvements to the 9064LS include improved aerodynamics, a deeper face and increased MOI for more forgiveness. The new features optimize launch conditions with 15 percent lower spin off the club face, thereby generating even more distance. 

Coinciding with the launch of the 9064LS driver, the new Aldila RIP graphite shafts, Alpha for lower ball flight and Gamma for higher ball flight, will make their first appearance in the retail market with the Adams Golf Speedline 9064 series.   

“As the first company to bring aerodynamic technology to market, we constantly challenge our engineers to refine their groundbreaking designs to give consumers more and more distance,” said Chip Brewer, president and CEO of Adams Golf.  “I am proud to say that they have definitely delivered with the 9064LS driver. The distances gained with the reduced drag on the Speedline club head will allow golfers of all levels to take their games to the next level.”

Speedline drivers have collected 14 professional wins since their introduction and the 9064LS model is already in the bags of several Tour players, including Adams Golf staff members Tom Watson, Paul Azinger and Tommy Armour III.

Buy this product online at Golf Galaxy The Speedline 9064LS driver will ship to golf shops beginning Aug. 10 and will offer either the Aldila RIP Alpha or the Aldila RIP Gamma graphite shafts. The suggested retail price (SRP) for the Speedline 9064LS drivers is $479.99.

Speedline 4G Ultra-Lite Drivers

Providing maximum distance for players who benefit from lightweight materials in their clubs, the industry-leading Speedline 4G Ultra-Lite drivers are the first to combine refined weighting in their construction with true aerodynamic technology to deliver increased yardages off the tee.

Weighing in at only 282 total grams, the exceptional design features of the Speedline 4G Ultra-Lite drivers have resulted in the lightest but longest-hitting driver available to those whose swing speeds gain more distance with a lighter overall club weight.

Maximum forgiveness on off-center hits come from a mid-spin and mid-launch off the face. Just as in the entire Speedline series of drivers, an aero-shaped crown creates less drag and less airflow turbulence for increased club head speed. Thus, the 4G Ultra-Lite driver is the first in the industry to combine the proven benefits of aerodynamic shaping with lightweight club construction.

Also critical to the Speedline 4G Ultra-Lite’s performance is its 44-gram super premium Mitsubishi Bassara shaft which also helps generate more ball speed to promote more distance.

The Speedline 4G Ultra-Lite is available in two lofts (10 degree and 12 degree) in regular flex.  It will begin shipping to golf shops nationwide on Aug. 15 with a SRP of $479.99.

Speedline 9064LS Distance Fitting System

For the first time in the industry, a distance fitting system (DFS) version of the Speedline 9064LS is also available that allows the consumer to adjust for not only face angle and loft but also for club length. With the DFS, the head and shaft length on this special version of the 9064LS is adjustable and the consumer receives a kit with all the tools they need to optimize their driver to meet the demands of different conditions and specific swings. 

All DFS versions of the Speedline 9064LS come at a standard length of 45.5 inches and D3 swing weight. However, with the DFS kit, the length, loft and face angle can be adjusted using the specially designed removable spacers and weight inserts. 

Each DFS kit includes a torque wrench, additional spacers and additional weights — all of which fit into a conveniently designed zippered case. Ultimately the consumer has shaft length options between 45 and 46 inches and loft/face angle options of one degree either way.

“Shaft length may be the most dramatic factor in determining distance,” said Tim Reed, vice president of Research and Development for Adams Golf. “As the first company in the industry to engineer a changeable system not only for loft and lie but also shaft length, we feel we are finally giving consumers the option to truly optimize their drivers for increased distance off the tee. With the advent of this technology, if you are not fitting your driver for shaft length, you’re not fitting properly.”

The DFS version of the Speedline 9064LS driver will ship to golf shops beginning Aug. 10 and will offer either the Aldila RIP Alpha or the Aldila RIP Gamma graphite shafts. The suggested retail price (SRP) for the DFS version of the Speedline 9032LS driver is $479.99.

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