SpeedLine 9064LS 9.5
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This is the newest Adams driver on the market. An all black head and face makes this club look amazing! it comes with either the Aldila RIP Alpha or RIP Gamma two of Aldila's new line of shafts. It seems to play a lot like the voodoo, a very stout shaft the Alpha X flex tested to be about an XX flex so go one down on the shaft selection if you have a 100 to 110 swing speed. I personally like my Diamana White Board. The voodoo plays to much like a board for me and the RIP is a lot like the voodoo. This driver head is probably the hottest face in golf right now, it sits very neutral (face angle is not know exactly).
More info on comparision to other drivers.
I went and hit the 9032LS (the 9064LS was not out at the time), Cobra S2, Cobra ZL, TaylorMade R9 Supertri, Bridgestone's J38, and Ping's i15 all in 9.5deg with stiff flex stock shafts (exception was the Adams it had a Pro Lunch Red in it but still a stiff flex). All the lunch angles were too high for my liking but re-shafted with an x-flex and a WB it changes the lunch anyways. First place was the Adams 9032Ls, then Ping i15... i personally think that the crap about adjustable face angles is an over priced selling gimmick. if you set the club on the ground THEN take your grip the club will always be in the "N" position, if you grip it in the air then and only then will the "O", "C' positions take effect. You can do this with a none adjustable driver you just wont have the ability to line it up perfectly each time based on the grip. I do this all the time if i need to hit a cut with my driver I open it about 1deg and make the swing not that hard if you practice it!