Taylormade RBZ 3 Wood Stage 2 Review
It is Long-ier, Straight-ier and Easy-ier
Here is my Taylormade RBZ 3 Wood Stage 2 Review.
I have been using this club for quite some time now.
These are my thoughts on it’s performance for me and my experience overall.
Hitting the Rocketballz Stage 2 3-wood long-ier is great, but actually I liked how straight-ier it was. I would give up a few yards to be online, because there is nothing worse than ripping a drive down the middle and going for the green in 2 shots to only find yourself in deep trouble because of a wayward 3-wood, or stepping up to the tee box on a tight hole to hit your safe club into the trees. The RBZ Stage-2 is straight-ier too. I was rarely offline with this club, indoors or outdoors. While I could miss it and still hit a big cut, I had a higher percentage of straight shots with this 3-wood than any other I’ve hit.
It is easy-ier too. I attribute that to the forgiveness, the alignment and the lift. This combination offered confidence and simplicity on every shot. There were a couple holes that I wanted to cut the corner of a dogleg with towering 3-wood shots. It was no problem with the 3 wood, just like the RBZ Stage 2 hybrid it elevates very quickly and just carries. This is a great feature for soft landing into greens. The face isn’t huge, but surprisingly forgiving. I didn’t always hit dead center, but the slot on the bottom did its job. This is as close to a grip it and rip it 3-wood as you will find.
There are many different variations of this club: the regular, tour and TP versions. It could be tough deciding which one is right for you. I went with the tour model. It has a slightly heavier shaft, is a little more compact, has an adjustable hosel, starts with a lower loft and is a lower spin head. It really fit my needs perfectly. The Matrix Rocketfuel 70 gram shaft has great feel and stability. The shaft feels similar to an X-con shaft by Matrix. The adjustable hosel lets you dial it in right or left and up and down. I didn’t mess with mine much simply because it was such a good fit as it came.
I became a believer-ier in 2013. The Taylormade Rocketballz 3 wood is a serious club. I wouldn’t have believed it without trying it myself, but this club can flat out fly the ball and hit its target almost every shot. The TM RBZ Stage 2 3 wood is Long-ier, Straight-ier and Easy-ier.
For more information: www.taylormadegolf.com
Ryan Heiman – Founder and Head Author of Independent Golf Reviews
Ryan has over 10 years of experience testing and writing golf reviews of nearly every brand out there.
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