I heard a lot about TaylorMade RocketBallz RBZ Stage 2 Driver. I really wanted one, just got it and everything I heard was true.I hit the ball straighter and further then I ever have before.Its the best driver ive ever had bar none.
When creating the R11 driver a few years ago, TaylorMade engineers discovered that a low-and-forward Center of Gravity location helps promote faster ball speed and a higher launch angle, both of which promote more distance. The cheap rbz stage 2 driver incorporates a CG location that's lower and more forward than the first-generation RBZ, and it also includes TaylorMade's Inverted Cone Technology in which an inverted cone is milled into the inner side of the clubface to expand the sweet spot and help improve the result of off-center hits.
With the release of this driver, TaylorMade thinks it has a club that will let you achieve that goal more often.The TaylorMade RocketBallz RBZ Stage 2 Driver gives you a big, confidence-building clubface in a head engineered to promote fast swing speed. That’s a killer combo for players who like to get after it with a big swing to launch the ball long. TaylorMade engineers accomplished yet another remarkable feat in metalwood mastery by increasing the size of the clubface (4100 square millimeters) while also improving the aerodynamic properties of the clubhead.
As with most TaylorMade clubs technology will always be a part of the equation. In TaylorMade's advertising they claimed that "Our longest just got longer-ier." The -ier is of course their tag line for the entire Stage 2 product line. To get longer the easiest way to do this with the driver is to make the club lighter.TaylorMade states that they improved the aerodynamics of the clubhead to reduce drag to deliver a higher ball speed.
One other interesting thing to note about the Stage 2 is its crown graphics. The head is white with a black face, like several other modern TaylorMade models, but the crown has black, gold and gray graphics even more complex than the gray and orange graphics on the TaylorMade R1 Driver. To create these graphics, TaylorMade used its MAT-T System to study how most golfers look down at their drivers and fairway clubs, and used a computer program to design the graphics to serve as an alignment aid.
The crown features a unique black, orange and gray decal designed to make it easier to frame the ball opposite the center of the clubface, and easier to detect exactly how the clubhead is aimed to give you confidence that the face is aligned exactly the way you want it before you start your takeaway.
As far as I am concerned,I should have bought rbz stage 2 driver for sale earlier. This is a fantastic club. I have gained 20-30 yards, and the drives are straight.A confidence inspiring club.I got mine fitted with a phenom shaft that gives a lower kick. Feels very good at address, solid on impact and clearly gets the ball away to target with a lot of energy.