Easier to hit, greater distance
May 14, 2015
I picked up the RBZ Stage 2 Tour TP Rescue #3 and #4 Hybrids, matching 3 wood and driver all in stiff flex shaft from Rock Bottom Golf and love them. I got them all regripped with DriTek grips as a personal preference.The hybrids, 3 wood and driver are all definitely easier to hit and produce a good 10 yards + distance over my previous Taylormade rescue hybrids, 3 wood and R9 430cc driver, which were about 5+ years old. At $60 bucks each for the hybrids, and a little more for the 3 wood and driver, they are all a great improvement and investment in my game. A no brainer for anyone who is due to upgrade. I've been skeptical about the glare that may be produced by the white club head design, but they are a low glare white, less than the golf ball. I still put on sunglasses during peak overhead sunlight to reduce glare on my eyes, which are sensitive to glare. Rock Bottom has done it again with their awesome deal on these RBZ Stage 2 Tour TP clubs!
Pros:Light, easy to hit, sounds great on contact. 10 plus yard improvement over my old Taylormade rescues.
Cons:Still not totally thrilled with the white club head color, but they are not as glare producing as I feared. The speed slot within the sole requires cleaning with a tee and bag towel after a fat shot, no big deal.