Moore told this site last week that he’s played with an Adams driver, 3-wood and hybrid the past two years and feels comfortable with the company. In his agreement with Adams, he’ll continue to play those three clubs and wears an Adams Golf hat and carry an Adams Golf staff bag.
“I’ve been playing an Adams Golf driver and hybrid for the past several seasons and they have remained in my bag because they clearly perform,” said Moore in a statement released by Adams. “The quality and level of technology Adams Golf puts into each and every club was evident from the first time I tried them. I’m excited about joining a company that is committed to developing world-class golf clubs and where I can make an impact.”
Moore made headlines in 2009 when he became the first player in recent history to play sponsor-free on the PGA Tour. Last November he penned a contract with Scratch that gave him ownership equity in the clubmaker. He played with the irons and wedges for the majority of the 2010 season.