Taylormade Rocketballz Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

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

What we say...

TG Hybrid Test 2012

Pro James, David and Alan all rated this pretty highly – although Alan said he wasn’t a fan of the white crown. James said he was pleased with the minimal offset and the distance
impressed everyone – scoring top marks.

Ratings (out of 5)

Looks: 3.6
Feel: 4.3
Forgiveness: 4.0
Fairway: 4.0
Rough: 3.8
Distance: 5.0
Dispersion: 3.0

The first thing you’ll notice about the TaylorMade RocketBallz Rescue is the contrast between the white crown and black clubface which makes it easy to align at address. The matte white finish eliminates hot spots and glare to promote improved focus, while the white head looks larger to promote more confidence and a fast, free swing speed. 

The Speed Pocket boosts COR and golf ball speed dramatically, acting as the ultimate launching pad for distance. From this and the other speed features, you will get up to 17 additional yards. The RBZ 65 graphite shaft is a lightweight offering from TaylorMade with a low kick point for a higher launch and maximum distance.

Website: taylormadegolf.eu
Contact: 0800 072 8624

Your Reviews

Taylormade Rescue Clubs User Reviews

  • 5 out of 5 Go to clubs

    By Graham Shipman

    I have 4-6 and would not want to go out on the course without them. The 4 hits the ball as far as a 5 wood and far more easily. The 6 can pick a ball up in the rough and chuck it 200 yards down the course. These are very powerful clubs and perfect if you struggle with woods or just want something you can rely on. Great great clubs!

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