Idea a7 Iron
Purchased this set about a year ago & determined I was hitting them 10 yards shorter than my past set. At first this was concerning but the higher ball flight & better accuracy made up for the shorter yardage; besides, what difference is there hitting a 6 instead of a 7 if the ball flies on target. Shot my best 2 rounds of my golfing career (spanning 45 years) breaking 80 twice. Took a while but now I am convinced these were a great purchase.
October 19, 2012
Best clubs for the price
These clubs are excellent, put some shot testing tape on them just to see where i was striking the ball and i was shocked to see that i could hit these just about any where with reasonable results, and when hit in the sweet spot, these clubs were spot on! Upgraded from the a3os iron and Couldn't be more happy with these clubs! These are great for beginners up to someone who has been playing for years! great value as well!
January 2, 2012
Not a good club for beginners with slow swing speed.
I have only been playing for a couple of years, however I practice alot and have a pretty decent swing. I own three other sets of irons and these are by far the shortest I own. They are however pretty accurate, but the distance loss is something I cannot swallow, I find myself trying to swing too hard to make up the distance. I do like the looks of these irons however and the 3 and 4 hybrid perform quiet well and are worth the price of this set alone.
November 27, 2011
Not a good club for beginners
I have just been playing for a couple of years. I practice a lot and have a decent swing. I now own four sets of irons, set of burner plus, set of callaway diablo, set of taylormade knockoffs, and a set of A7's. I am sorry to say that for me, although I like the looks and feel of the A7 irons, they produce the least amount of distance of all four. I remember my heart sinking at the driving range when these irons fell around 15 yards short of my knockoff set. Just not enough distance, I find myself swinging them hard to try to make up the difference.
November 27, 2011
After testing 4 other irons I ended up with this
After 1 week of trying out clubs after clubs trying to find a set of irons that I liked, I was very happy to find theses. Easy to hit and can be controlled very easy. I just started playing golf around 4 months ago and theses clubs made me play more and have better scores. My friends hate the fact that I been playing for only 4 months and get better scores than others who have been playing for years. I really dont know much still but I do know Adams is the only clubs im buying now.
August 21, 2011
A great iron!
The A7s are easily the best iron set I have played in the last decade. They easy on eyes and very forgiving.
I like my steel 5-pw so much that when I found the 5-pw in graphite I purchased them.I will change drivers, fairway woods, and hybrids but not my irons.
August 6, 2011
great value! Especially with 2 hybrids!
A7 irons have been our number 1 selling iron for our golf school students this year. 2 members of our staff are also playing them.
August 5, 2011
I would recommend these clubs to anyone.... honestly.... any player could use these clubs and be happy.
I haven't hit a set of new clubs since my grandfather bought me my first set at 14, so you can only imagine my delight when I went into golf galaxy to try out some new tech.
I was coming from a jumbled set of clubs, everything from a beat up old spalding executive sand wedge to a very cheap target knock off driver. Most all of my irons were protactics. I usually only play a few games a year and shoot in the low 90's but this year my swing is much more refined for some reason and everything was just coming together and on my second round this year I scored my lowest score ever an 82 on one of the longest tracks in ohio.
Now, to put things into perspective, I'm a person who commonly uses the quote "A poor craftsman blames his tools" so I really believe in a proper swing over the quality of clubs. At this point, my delusions of grandeur took over and I said to myself , it's time for new clubs.
I walked into golf galaxy told them the clubs I was looking for, but that I wanted to try a few different brands. I tried callaways, I tried mizunos, I tried ping's, but I was just baffled at the bang for the buck of the adams irons. And the HYBRIDS! with half of a swing these things launch the ball into the stratosphere, and not to over use the cliche, but it feels like your cheating when you hit them.
I had my swing speed clocked at 98, 101, 96. Stiff shafts were needed and although not necessary, I had new bigger grips installed. Picked the new clubs up at the end of the day and was hitting balls at the range, laughing from pure joy at how much fun these clubs were to hit.
The next day I played 9 holes in the evening shooting a 45. And that was only because I was using my old driver and I didn't get a good drive off of a single t box, not to mention a few puts that I shouldn't have missed. My irons were outstanding at every point on the course. I switched to my 3 hybrid off the last two t's scoring a par (4), birdie (5).
Played another 9 two days later and shot a 42. I have friends ranging from 5-20 handicaps and I would literally recommend them to any one of them.
August 4, 2011