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 Choose the Most Suitable Taylormade RBZ Irons 
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Post Choose the Most Suitable Taylormade RBZ Irons
I really enjoyed putting these RBZ Irons to the test, especially at altitude where the ball just flies for miles. the feel off the clubface was more like a blade than a cast. The RBZs features a specially-designed, thin fast-flexing face added to the new vibration and sound control system to get the precise feel of a blade.

In creating the Rocketballz RBZ irons, TaylorMade did the unthinkable! They brought in engineers from their metalwood department, golf clubs for saleto help create irons with faces that behave like drivers, sending the ball easily high and far almost as if it was bounced off a trampoline. These technological advancements will be visible to the golfer upon first contact with a ball !

The 2 piece metal wood style construction allows you to get the ball high in the air whilst still maintaining and increasing distance when you impact the ball. The Rocketballz RBZ irons feature a game changing hollow construction which is similar to a metal wood. This lowers the centre of gravity for a higher ball launch angle and more distance.

Each head uses a large and thin face that’s strong and stiff at the edges. This gives you more distance from the sweet spot thanks to launching the ball like a trampoline! Callaway Diablo Edge Irons TaylorMade RocketBallz Irons flexible ultra-thin face raises the COR to the USGA's high ball speed limit for amazing distance and positions to be one of the greatest iron sets in company history. The flexibility can be controlled with the new "Toe-Bar" feature to make shots straighter.

Within the cavity back design of the RBZ Irons is the ‘Toe Bar’ feature, which can be found in the upper toe and helps to increase accuracy on all shots.Turning you inconsistent shot shape into a straighter ball shape and flight. Before these irons – most of my rounds have been with Callaway X-22s and the ball flight of the RBZs was significantly higher than what I’m used to. I haven’t lost any distance with the high ball flight and the clubs have all been true to my normal distances.

In conclusion, if you are a mid to high handicapped golfer looking for a clu that will help you improve your game and confidence, then I wood recommend you get down to your local pro and take these for a test. You'll not only enjoy the feel, distance and forgiveness that come with the RBZ, but for once it's a game-improvement iron that also looks real good in the bag.


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