Adams Golf is pleased to welcome Jeff Overton to #teamAdams. Jeff’s 2013 PGA Tour season started in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Sony Open, he’s coming off a 2012 season in which he played in 29 tournaments, making the cut in 22 with four top 10s and another seven top 25s. He’s one of the “Top 50” players to watch in 2013 by

VIDEO: Jeff says “Aloha” from Hawaii

Easy Million: Jeff Gains 59 Yards with 3 SUPER LS Hybrids

As part of his tune up before the SONY Open, Jeff went through “Easy Million” – the new and fun promotion behind the SUPER family of clubs.

By testing his old hybrid with a new SUPER LS hybrid, along with his 2-iron vs. a new SUPER LS 2-iron hybrid, and even his old 3-wood vs. a 15-degree SUPER LS hybrid … Jeff was able to gain 59 total yards (a great and sacred number for any golfer, so he was thrilled)

Watch the video below to see Jeff go through “Easy Million” and react to the incredible, distance-driven performance of the SUPER LS hybrids.

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Member of the 2010 U.S. Ryder Cup Team, the 2005 Walker Cup and the 2005 Palmer Cup.

Coined the phrase “Boom Baby!” after holing memorable iron approach in 2010 Ryder Cup.

Standing 6’4”, Overton is one of the tallest members on the PGA Tour.

Gained his PGA Tour card in 2005, just months after graduating from Indiana University. (he’s a huge Hoosier basketball fan!)

Was born in Evansville, IN, same hometown as Don Mattingly, Bob Griese, Andy Benes and Calbert Cheaney. (some strong athletic history coming out of that town)

He’s recently engaged to longtime girlfriend Christina Zimmer.

Jeff is a big sports fan

Equipment switch off to good start for Overton

Jeff Overton at the 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii

HONOLULU – In team sports, recently signed free agents often feel a little extra motivation to prove their worth to a new club. Jeff Overton maintains that wasn’t part of his inspiration entering this season.

But it certainly didn’t hurt with a season-opening 5-under 65 to kick off the Sony Open.

“At the end of the day, it’s just a better fit,” he said of moving to a TaylorMade driver and Adams clubs in the offseason. “I felt horrible even switching. But at the same time, I’m trying to go with the small little things. It’s just details, small details, I’m trying to get better at.”