When did TaylorMade R bladez?

When did TaylorMade R bladez?

TaylorMade introduced this “speed pocket” in 2012 with its RBZ fairway woods and hybrids. In conjunction with the speed pocket, the RocketBladez feature an improved Inverted Cone design that allows for a slightly bigger club face area, as well as the elimination of hot spots.

Are RocketBladez still good?

The RocketBladez irons are without a doubt still one of the best game improvement irons. Yes it has been 6+ years since their release but the results they deliver are still up to par with the new selection of clubs that are currently available on the market.

How forgiving are RocketBladez?

The other main benefit is more forgiveness and TaylorMade say that in comparison to previous distance irons, there are less hot spots where the ball goes further off one part of the face than another. Certainly when we tried them the iron was very forgiving right across the face and the feel was excellent.

What is HL on a golf club?

A 3HL wood is a club that sits between the 3 Wood and the 5 Wood in terms of loft and shaft length. The ‘HL’ stands for ‘High Launch’. It has a little bit more loft than a traditional 3 wood but still holds the same shaft length, usually.

What does HL stand for on a golf club?

HL is an abbreviation for “High Launch.” Clubs designated with HL have a lower center of gravity to assist in launching the ball on a high trajectory.

Are rocketbladez good Irons?

The RocketBladez are cast iron clubs but they feel more like a forged iron off of the clubface. If you are looking for a set of irons that is sure to improve your iron play at a reasonable price then look no further than a set of RocketBladez.

What are the RBZ Irons?

The RBZ range didn’t stop at drivers and fairway woods, an initial RBZ set of irons was released and future releases within the RBZ range included the RocketBladez irons in 2012. T he RBZ range is known for added distance through the use of SpeedPocket technology.

What’s the verdict on TaylorMade rocketbladez Irons?

Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O’Hagan tests the new TaylorMade RocketBladez irons PGA pro verdict: These strong and powerful irons gave really aggressive ball speeds. The technology has been transferred from the fairway wood, and it really works.

Are TaylorMade’s rocketbladez good for low-handicap golfers?

And the standard RocketBladez are one of the highest-flying, longest-flying game-improvement irons on the market. Low-handicap golfers, however, the ones that TaylorMade targeted with the RocketBladez Tours, often don’t need or want any more distance or height from their irons. Sometimes, they actually want their irons to fly lower.