TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway Woods

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TaylorMade RocketBallz Fairway Wood The TaylorMade RocketBallz Fairway Wood dramtically increases your distance. Better players increase their distance by 17 yards. How does this happen? A Speed Pocket boosts ball speed by lowering the weight of the club and together with the Thick-Thin Crown Design a lower center of gravity is created, which promotes a higher launch with more distance. The low and forward center of gravity is accomplished by moving the weight of the club forward rather than pla

User Reviews (6)

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Jason Denaro   Shoots in the 70s [Feb 22, 2016]
Model Reviewed: TaylorMade RBZ Fairway Stage Two 3 wood

As a teaching pro I build my own clubs. I have a TM RBZ 15 degree in my bag. It's an awesome club and often gets me onto the par five holes in two. Like all golfers I try for an extra 20 yards, and I feel this can be achieved with my new project, building an RBZ State Two Tour 13 degree head onto an Accra shaft. This light head allows me to build to a finished length of 44.5". The extra 1.5" will add 9 swing weights, thus compensating for the lighter head and, as I have found in my current 3 wood, add a potential 20 yards.

Customer Service

Taylor Made stand by their products. However, it's annoying that they introduce so many new models during the year, thus rendering your latest acquisition obsolete before the grooves are even soiled.

Similar Products Used: RBZ 3,4,5,6 Hybrids each built on an Accra shaft, as well as each being 3/4" over standard length.They are ROCKETS!
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5
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5
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The Wannabe Golf Pro   Shoots in the 70s [Jan 03, 2013]
Model Reviewed: Taylormade Rocketballz

Well... all i can say is this club is a cannon. I gained 17 yards (saying that wouldn't be to hard was hitting Maxflis's) All i can say is you do not have to swing that hard at the ball, if you hit any where near the middle it will go 200m+.

Only flaw: I find it hard to hit out of the rough

Similar Products Used: None that i've hit, go and have a hit with it, you will love it
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5
Value
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5
crookednshort   Shoots in the 70s [Oct 22, 2012]
Model Reviewed: taylormade rbz woods

These woods are veeeeery solid. yes they are light,but they are stable, with a stock shaft that is perfect for smooth swingers. If your swing is quick, look for a different shaft.Straighter,higher, longer, what is not to like?

Customer Service

not needed

Similar Products Used: R9, tour edge exotics,big berthas
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5
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5
fairwaysplitter   Shoots in the 70s [Jul 29, 2012]
Model Reviewed: rbz tour 3 14.5

Don't believe the hype.
17 more yards? Absolute BS.
Club is so light you can't feel the head.
Very "spinny" if you take a rip at it.
The adams super fairway blows this club away, easily 20 yards longer.
Don't waste your money.

Customer Service

Didn't use.

Similar Products Used: Nothing else has this cheezy of a name.
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2
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2
A V Twiss   Shoots in the 80s [Jul 03, 2012]
Model Reviewed: RBZ High Lauch 17 degrees

Purchased the high launch version as I felt it would be easier off the fairway than the 15 degree version. I was right. I am not a long hitter so getting 220 out of a 3 wood off the fairway comes in very handy on par 5s. Off the tee you have to be careful as it is possible to hit it too high.

Customer Service

Brian, my club pro was very helpful in getting me the right club.

Similar Products Used: Taylormade R11, Ping G15
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4
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5
Vinny   Shoots in the 70s [May 11, 2012]
Model Reviewed: RBZ Fairway (3 wood)

Beautiful club at address...super light and just hits "BOMBS". It is so light, it feels as though I am swinging "air". At first, I thought the lightness of the club would hamper my ability to control the head...first rip, right down the pipe and then continued to hit controlled bomb after bomb.

Get it!

Customer Service

None..but I did get it at cost + 10% (which was nice).

Similar Products Used: None
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5
Value
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5
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