TaylorMade Rescue Dual Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4.2 out of 5
  • RRP £139.00

What we say...

TaylorMade is the only company that makes a top-of-the-range rescue club that allows you to change its shot bias.

We’ve tested the TaylorMade Rescue Dual before and the golf club has always performed really solidly. Two weight ports in the rear of the head mean plenty of weight is located low and away from the face.

This helps it hit higher flighted shots than the other rescue clubs involved in the test. From the tee, the TaylorMade Rescue Dual is as good as it gets, and is guaranteed to out-perform any long iron in your bag. It wasn’t our pro’s favourite club, but he was surprised by the performance. If you’re considering a rescue club, this should be right up there.

For players looking for greater distance, accuracy and forgiveness from their rescue club. Features Moveable weight technology.

Steel: £139, Graphite: £149
Loft: 22°

Tel: 0800 389 4292
Web: www.taylormadegolf.com

Product Information

Left Handed availableYes
Custom-Fit availableYes
Forgiveness level

Your Reviews

Taylormade Rescue Clubs User Reviews

  • 5 out of 5 Seven years on

    By philly2kuk

    Having bought this club seven years ago I can't complain as it's still in my bag. I have even bought a replacement G10 two years ago, but that is now sat in the garage as the Taylormade can't be shifted out my bag! It works from all lies and gives a nice penetrating flight in the wind. It's also very forgiving.   It should be noted after reading another review that this doesn't have a fade setting - you can either set it up in neutral or draw. However, at the price this will be available at now I'd suggest it.

  • 4 out of 5 What a club!!

    By backspin

    Easy to hit and MWT really helps Goes long and lands soft perfect :)

  • 4 out of 5 Good but some dubious technology

    By James Davies

    i Have the 3 iron version which i bought off the pro at our club for winning junior open, i normally hit a fade but this club is set up for a fade but is the only club i consistantley draw, Long and forgiving, but the weighting does not really make much difference for me.Great for T shots

  • 4 out of 5 rescue dual 3

    By jayreid

    excellent club to use anywhere around the course

  • 3 out of 5 taylormade rescue dual 22 degree

    By Jordan Peck

    i got 22 degrees loft. had it for bout 7-8 months. have now decided to trade it in for either a halo or a x hybrid. it does its job and gets it high and lands soft. problem is i thought 22 degree was 3 iron loft, but it doesnt go anywhere! i regualy hit my 4 or even 5 iron further than this goes! i used to all or most of shots left, changed weights to fade and started hitting most straight. its just so short thers no point it being in my bag. im getting a 18 or 19 degree model now

  • 5 out of 5 tm rescue dual

    By Anonymous

    wow this has changed the game for all standards of golf gone are the hard to hit long irons get these babies in your bag these won't disappoint

  • 5 out of 5 Sorry, meant to give it 5 stars

    By Anonymous

    See review below - I didn't click on a star rating.

  • 1 out of 5 Get the TP if you normally hit the ball straight

    By Anonymous

    This is a great club. I've got the TP version of the 3 with a steel shaft. I think the (shorter) steel shaft makes it more versatile from poor lies. I tried the standard vesion, but couldn't stop hitting it left, even with the weights configured for "neutral" which is the most to the right you can go with the standard club. But the TP is superb. I've got that set up with equal weights left and right and it just flies straight and high and carries 200yds. Fantastic.

  • 4 out of 5 taylormade rescue dual number 4

    By Anonymous

    I've found it useful to have at least 1 rescue club in my bag and these are better than the rescue mid I had previously. They're a good compromise if you can't get on with a fairway wood as the bad shots don't end up being so bad and usually still end up in play, but ultimately you'll loose distance when compared with a wood, especially if the course you play at is in an exposed location. They are though without doubt better from poor lies, especially the rough from autumn through to spring, so ultimately it's worth having at least one in your bag for these occasions.

  • 5 out of 5 Hot Stuff!

    By Anonymous

    Ive only just got one of these, a 19 deg TP version with a xtra stiff speedster shaft. Since ive started using it, its become one one of the most used clubs in my bag as its great at getting you out of tricky situations where my 3 iron isnt long enough. Its allowed me to make some par 5 greens in two and has realy helped lower my scores.

  • 5 out of 5 Join the Revolution

    By Anonymous

    After years of struggling to hit my long irons consistently I bought a 19 and a 22 degree rescue dual. Without a doubt it's the best cash I've ever spent. I now hit these with confidence from the tee, fairway and rough. In the past i had few options on the tee now i can play for position if i don't fancy the driver. Its long and straight and its revived the long game. Get one and reap the benefits too!!!!

  • 5 out of 5 19° of pure bliss!

    By Anonymous

    Fantastic replacement for my 3 iron - goes along way and it's straight - woulod highly recommend this as a 5 wood or 3 iron replacement!!