I generally don’t jump on bandwagons, but TaylorMade is really putting out some quality products these last several years. They always find a way to improve from the previous year’s models as well. TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver is a seriously-solid golf club that we fully-expect to perform well for many golfers of different abilities.
Making the head of the RBZ Stage 2 driver more aerodynamic while also making the clubface larger was a tremendous challenge and succeeding was critical to promoting performance that’s superior to the first generation taylormade rbz driver. The Stage 2 has a center of gravity that is lower and more “forward”; it is in between the centers of gravity of the original RBZ and Tour. TM also gave it a larger face area, which generally makes a golf driver more forgiving on mis-hits and widens the sweet spot.
Cheaper than the TaylorMade R1 Driver but not as adjustable, to be honest. If you already know exactly what loft/face angle you like, go with the RBZ 2. If you love experimenting with fine-tuning your trajectory, the R1 is for you. They incorporate "Loft-Sleeve Technology" in the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 driver to give golfers the ability to adjust loft angle, lie angle and face angle.
“It truly is amazing what the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Wood can do. They help me shave 4-5 points off my score every round. My friends aren’t letting me handicap anymore lol.” said Brent in San Diego.
From the white crown, through to the black clubface, this golf wholesale reaches high and fast with a centre point of gravity more forward than the 2012 model. The Thick-thin crown will also help with low spin, on any part of the 4,100 square millimetre clubface. Other design characteristics of the clubhead and overall club promote a moderate draw bias. Clubhead speed also gets a boost relative to the original RBZ from a longer, lighter (50 grams) Fujikura RocketFuel shaft, plus a light grip.