Summary: easy to hit, light and great to carry around on our motorcycle when we go cross county. the price was great and shipping was fast and again very good unit for a 15 handicaper. wish i could find more good deals like this one again.
Summary: I purchased this club to replace my 09 Raylor and switch to a stiffer shaft. The Matrix Ozik Altus hybrid shaft has to be one of the best performing hybrid shafts I've ever played. This utility club has a great sound off the clubface and good feel. I think this club offers excellent distance off the tee, but I feel the Raylor offers more versatility from troubled lies. The only drawback I had when I looked down at this club at address was the shape.
Summary: I am not a big fan of the stock TM Rescue shafts and the I would probably prefer the head to have NO GRAPHICS ... having said that the graphics on the TM Rescue are relatively innocuous (especially compared to some other companies Hybrid clubs). The TM head performs well. I don't find the adjustable hosel make much difference (personally). TM Rescue is one of the better hybrids, a solid product.
Summary: Wow, I have the Ben Hogan #2 Hybrid CFT Ti's and LOVE the Aldila NVS-H 85s shaft on it. Stiff but very responsive to aggressive swings. But this Voodoo SVS8 shaft on the TP Rescue R9 is not only shorter but feels much stiffer, more like an extra stiff. More for a 115+ swing speed in my opinion. I tend to fade or slice the ball with this Rescue TP wood at neutral setting so I have it set at the L setting and the ball goes straight.
Summary: The sound on this fairway wood is UNMATCHED by any other out there. It has a good solid sound to it. The adjustable shaft works well for those who have a slight draw or fade and want to correct it to go straight or if you have a more moderate draw or fade you can tone it down. Those who have a big hook or slice can help it by going all the way to one side the extreme but it may not be enough. A huge slice may not be corrected even with the shaft set all the way to Draw.