Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade RocketBallz Driver
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Stiff Shaft, Forgiving Face
Jonny B, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: Purchased the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 (stiff shaft) after using their rescue club with a stiff shaft. The flex is greater in the driver than the rescue club (of course since the rescue is used like an iron sometimes), but is stiff enough for my 100mph swing speed. When I hit off center (heel or top of the face), I'm not penalized that much as I usually can still get about 200yds out of the drive (not bad considering a miss-hit).
Summary: Tried this driver out and first drive went 300 yards second drive went 250 yards ,problem was that i could not tell the difference between the 2 shots,the club just felt unresponsive and lacking in feedback to me ,Others might love it but not my cup of tea.
Summary: i was really looking forward to hitting this driver, but was disappointed from the first shot ,club lacked feedback and feel to myself ,3 drives later excitement was gone and so was the driver
Summary: I gained about 30 yards on my drives and even on off center hits I am getting it out there. I am hitting piching wedge into greens that I was hitting 8 iron which has brought my scores down 4-5 strokes per round.
Summary: Driver Came on time in good shape no issues there. But overall I did not like this model of driver as it was too high of a spin and balloned, likely due to the shaft and higher spin of this driver face. Ended up trading it in for a RBZ Tour head which is a lower spin face. Overall good driver but if you have a club head speed of more than 95 mph and have a higher spin swing type due to your driver face appraoch angle, this driver is not your best choice as it will...