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Golf Monthly have just taken a dip into the world of the iphone/ipad generation with their new instruction app.

Top 25 Coach Gary Smith takes you through his short game drills and routines, to improve your bunker, chipping, pitching, with a few extras thrown in.

Presented by Gary Smith, renowned short game guru, the app is free to download for which you get four videos covering all the main areas of instruction. There are a number of in app purchase options which give you access to around 60 minutes of further content

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Golf Equipment Reviewss

Adams Golf Pro Hybrid Review: 

Golf Equipment test Adams Golf Pro Hybrid, line up

 

Golf Club Tested

Club: Adams Pro Hybrid
Loft: 18°
Shaft:
Aldila Tour Red
Flex: Stiff

Golf Equipment test Adams Golf Pro Hybrid, Hero shot

Golf Equipment test Adams Golf Pro Hybrid, face view

Golf Equipment test Adams Golf Pro Hybrid, Crown View

Golf Equipment test Adams Golf Pro Hybrid toe view

Golf Equipment test Adams Golf Pro Hybrid Face and Crown view



There is a reason why Adams Golf hybrid clubs are now regarded as the best-designed hybrids on the market and the dominant brand of their kind when it comes to the professional ranks on the major tours around the world.

So when I was given the chance to take the new Pro hybrid with me to Florida I jumped at the chance. What I like about Adams is the R&D that goes into their clubs – not just to benefit the pros but all levels of golfers, and this shines through when their Director of Global Product management recently stated: “We refined the playability through numerous iterations so all players, from PGA Tour stars to recreational golfers, can replace their current hybrids with these easy-to-hit models.”

Technology:

The Pro hybrid incorporates the Velocity Slot Technology on the crown and Cut-Thru Slot technology on the sole. Working with a centre-of-gravity which has been placed behind the centre of the face not only helps you get the ball airborne quickly with a penetrating flight but also gives you plenty of forgiveness.

The Pro hybrid also has a ultra-thin face, giving plenty of flexion at impact and putting all the power you have created during your swing into the back of the ball.

Adams have used their upside-down head shaping with its high MOI, giving a more consistent contact for golfers of all abilities, and it comes in five different loft options complemented by Aldila’s Tour Red shaft.

Conclusion:

Once again Adams have come up with the goods – so much so I think they are becoming a major player in golf equipment. The upside-down head does look strange but you can’t argue with the results. This was part of my line-up on my Florida trip and it coped with everything thrown at it – from that tight Bermuda grass to normal rough and a few 200-yard bunker shots along the way.

I also found it a perfect club for the longer par-3 due to its consistent strike and feel, and I was happy to find that I could produce a boring punch shot with it when needed during some stormy Floridian weather.

Hybrids have become a big part of a golfer’s armory and Adams are the guys at the moment showing the way. If you don’t carry a hybrid, you should. I would certainly recommend you put the Adams Pro Hybrid on your testing list. It has everything and will certainly improve your scoring ability.





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