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Taylormade RocketBallz Driver, RBZ Fairway Wood Review

by on August 15th, 2014

Taylormade is one of the biggest names in golf and their RocketBallz lineup has been hugely successful since their debut in 2012. 

We’ve been testing out the Taylormade RocketBallz Driver and their RBZ fairway wood for review and we must say these are some excellent clubs that not only look great, but will take your game to another level. 

Taylormade RocketBallz Driver  

The RocketBallz driver has an aerodynamic crown shape for more speed, while its aero shape allows less drag for faster swings. The matte white finish helps reduce glare and also makes it easier to focus for your swings. We opted for 9.5 degree loft with a stiff flex shaft. This club is very light and looks great and feels great.

Playing with the RocketBallz driver has been pretty phenomenal, as we’ve had some monster drives of 270 yards (laser measured) with this stick. Normally we usually play a natural slice but this lightweight driver is very forgiving on mishits, providing confidence to any high handicapper. 

Taylormade rocketballz drivers

RocketBallz Fairway Wood

Taylormade also applied their research into their matching RocketBallz fairway woods, such as the 19 degree loft of our club. This fairway wood has a speed pocket to act as a springboard for easier launches and alignment during impact. The low and forward CG helps promote a high launch angle of attack and low spin-rate to get your balls going further down the fairway.

Playing with the fairway wood has been pretty nice, although we don’t use it as much as the RocketBallz driver. It’s still an easy, smooth club to swing and for the price you can get these at now, they’re a downright steal at a street price of $99.

TaylorMade RocketBallZ RBZ Fairway Wood 1

If you want to hit straighter and longer we highly recommend these clubs. You gotta love golf technology that helps improve your game.

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