Is this a fairway wood or a hybrid? Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? How do you fold a fitted sheet? I will cover all three of these questions in this one review -- and for the price of only one review. (As always, I pass the savings on to the consumer.)
First: Adams, the maker of this Speedline, is the king of the hybrids, so this must be a hybrid.
Not so fast, Chachi! The club comes in three lofts: 13 degrees, 15 degrees, and 18 degrees. These are typically the lofts of 3 woods (perhaps even a 4 wood). Hmmm. It is extremely easy to hit and gets through the rough way easier than any 3 wood I've ever seen. However, I'm going to have to go with fairway wood because of how far I hit it.
Another cool thing about this "Hywood" is the cambered sole and weight pad in the heel. This gives the club a very high MOI and a good balance, which makes it easy to close the club face at impact.
Finally, a tomato is neither a fruit nor a vegetable. It is a juice which goes well with Vodka and Tabasco. Oh yeah, and there is no way to fold a fitted sheet! It's like hitting a 1 iron; it's impossible. Take it directly from the dryer to the bed or roll it up in a ball and hide it under a stack of towels.
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