Summary: Am a bogie golfer, and really liked the first RBZ driver. So picked up the stage 2, and it felt good when tested at a local golf shop. However, once on the course, the feel felt off for some reason. Tried it on several courses and was still the same. Long review short, sticking to the first RBZ driver and my Cobra AMP. Selling this one. PS got the bonded driver, however the pic shows the adjustable one.
Summary: I have heard a lot of good things about taylormade. But after buying this product i am not impressed. for starters the picture showed that the driver had adjustable lofts and it does not come with any adjust ability. then i had a bad shot and topped one of the balls on the drivers bottom side where the RBZ logo was and it took a huge chunk of paint out. The false advertising and poor craftsman ship really turned me off.
Summary: This driver didn't work for me. I thought I could hit it as I hit the 'stage 2' hybrids very well. The shaft is a little lighter than the hybrids(60 grams vs. 65 grams) but that shouldn't make a difference. If I could hit this club a little bit, I would have given it 3 stars, but 2 stars is generous. Disappointed.
I normally hook my driver but I tend to slice this one.
2 November 2012
Summary: The driver is not what I expected. I wanted a driver that would go a few yards further than my Ping driver with a draw. I am a 12 handicap with a problem hooking my driver. With the Rocketballz driver (regular shaft) I slice most of the time. I am currently trying to sell it to one of my golfing buddies!