Adams RPM Low Profile Fairway woods continues its line of “upside down” profile woods—a tradition which extends back to the original “Tight Lies” clubs (and purists will argue that actually go back to the Concorde clubs). The clubs feature a flared twin-rale sole design, which Adams says reduces ground interferene by 54%.
The clubs come in two flavors: the standard, in which 28 grams of weight are positioned low and back; and the Draw, in which the same weight is placed in the heel.
I’ve always thought that Adams clubs were extremely easy to hit, although I also have concluded that I didn’t hit them as far as other manufacturers woods. If you have trouble getting your ball into the air with fairway woods, these may be the trick.