The Adams Blue Hybrid offers the Velocity Slot on the sole unlike past versions, which offered the slot on the crown and the sole (I never liked the slot on the crown). Looks-wise, the head stands out with a soothing blue crown that fades out a bit going away from the face. This provides an interesting visual alignment aid to help you square the face up to the target. There is some offset to this 125cc head, which will give it a slightly closed look. After hitting a few shots I found the Blue to feel solid and had a nice sound to it. Elevating the ball was plain simple for me, and should be for most players.
Who’s it for?
Adams is known for making excellent Hybrids, and this is yet another great choice for those with serious issues elevating long and mid irons. This model offers multiple loft options with a 3 through 6 in their lineup.
The first thing that I noticed when I put the Blue in my hands was the size of the grip, super small! This is because of Adams SlimTech Shaft Technology, allowing for more shaft kick and an easier launch. You will find this to be the case throughout their lineup, so please take note. The Blue is targeted for the majority of the golfers out there with mid to higher handicaps who struggle with long to mid irons. The Blue Hybrids are made to make that part of the game fun again, and I am guessing that they will indeed do this for many of you.