Originally Posted by moparman It does change the lie angle. Inverted Cone Technology milled into the inner side of the larger clubface expands the portion of the face that delivers high ball speed. What determines the best driver on the market; is it the opinion of professional club fitters, professional golfers or testing results from a group of amateurs? You should’ve bough the R11s if you wanted more adjustability. That, along with balancing the club to a slightly higher swing weight, allows the RBZ Stage 2 driver to promote faster swing speed for most golfers. Terry Bell Jul 20, at
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Id say that for most people, gripping the club far too firmly is much more likely to be the case than not gripping it firmly enough. They agreed that at some point in the future Chris may be able to return to the 8.
Light weight with a good feel. When all was said and done, George was able to scrub an incredible rpm of spin off his drives.
TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver – Golfalot
I was sold on the looks alone. 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.
Sign in or Register with Golfalot. Switched to Stage 2 driver: Many amateurs grip the club too lightly, then squeeze harder throughout the swing. There is also a Stage 2 Tour model, which has an even lower and more forward Center of Gravity and a stock Matrix 6Q3 shaft to promote a more penetrating ball flight.
A lower and further forward CG centre of gravitya more aerdynamic head design, new crown graphics, thinner crown construction and a larger clubface combine to make the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 driver more than just a second generation driver. I would question if it isnt a mental thing for the OP, either anticipating impact and sort of trying to brace for it or simply trying to swing too hard.
It was the longest and straightest driver I hit in the test. Jack Apr 21, at 9: Black clubface, non-glare white crown and new crown decal all promote easy alignment.
I am curious though – once you got the club set up the ztage you liked it, how often do you change the setting on the R11? Is it possible to change the shaft? Posted March 20, So now when his drives hit the fairway, they will keep rolling.
By saevel25Wednesday at I got mine about a month ago and LOVE it! The Stage 2 driver comes standard with a gram Fujikura RocketFuel shaft and a light grip that keeps the club under grams of total weight.
TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver: Editor Review
Barry Jul 8, at 6: All this while pumping it out farther than you would expect. I would prefer not to have to just experiment with each one.
The RBZ Stage 2 helped give confidence that we were going to hit it straight and far. Want to hide this ad?
TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver: Editor Review – GolfWRX
I’ll post again since my last one was 5 years ago. Also did a fitting. In the fairway woods, yes, but not in the driver. I was concerned that this head would be a loud, tin sounding, spinning head. Take a look at rocketbal,z pics. Posted June 20, Current set up is: All together the RBZ Stage 2 weighes under g.