Adams Golf has made its reputation on easy to hit fairway woods, and it promises that the new RPM Low Profile Fairway Wood is it’s best yet. The club landed on the Golf Digest 2006 Host List.
Like all Adams Fairway Woods, the club features the patented “upside down” technology, which lowers the center of gravity and increases the club’s moment of intertia. The club also has a twin rail design on the sole which Adams says reduces ground interference by 54 percent.
Golf Digest complained about the shallow face a bit, but I prefer a more shallow faced fairway wood. I think they inspire more confidence than the taller ones. I’ve also had good luck with the Adams clubs I’ve tried over the years. I never believed that they were the longest clubs around, but they were among the most consistent.