TaylorMade Rocketballz Stage 2 Tour Rescue (RH)

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TaylorMade Rocketballz Stage 2 Tour Rescue (RH)
Price: $99.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $12 Two-Day OR $15 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Apr 28 to Tuesday, Apr 29) + transit
Condition: New


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Three perfect reviews and additional information can be found on the product page and watch this club get put to the test over at golf.com.

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“So what’s the diff between the RocketBallz Stage-2 and the RocketBallz Stage-2 TOUR which is on offer here, I hear no one ask?” I’ll tell you anyway, since it’s important (no, really, it is):

The most obvious difference is that the “Tour” has an adjustable head. Great for players who like to think an equipment mod is better than a swing mod.

But here’s what going on in the Less Obvious corner:

The “Tour” has a smaller head (110cc vs. 115cc), so the sweet spot is smaller as well. This means the center of gravity is shifted a bit, and the club’s resistance to torque is slightly less (if you hit the ball off center, less mass in the head means it could twist it off line on impact). For the better player, whose impact site is the size of a dime, these are all real advantages. 25-handicappers, though,
will get pwnd.

Additionally, the “Tour” launch angle is 18.5 degrees, with a lie angle of 58.5-degrees. The “regular” has a 19 degree launch angle, with a 60-deg lie. That may not sound like a big difference…but it IS. The Tour will not compensate for a crappy swing, or at least, not as much. And when you consider that it has a 41.25" shaft - and only in Stiff on offer here - the potential for crappy swinging is not negligible.

Take away: if you KNOW you can swing a 3-wood-length stiff shaft with a small head (no jokes…well, maybe a few) on a shallow swing path directly into the back of the ball time after time, it’ll do your game good. If not though, wait til Woot offers the non-Tour version.

Or buy it anyway, and practice like hell til you level up :slight_smile:

Thanks for the detailed explanation. In for 1 regardless if I spend the next 12 weeks cursing the decision.

Does this come with a head cover and adjustment tool?

Spoken like a pro. I agree with you. The price is attractive, but then again if you can’t hit it you would be second guessing your decision to purchase. Really nice club. Too bad I don’t play like a tour pro.

Lefty disappointment!

I had to click on the link to find out what a Rocketballz Stage 2 Tour Rescue was. I have to say, I was disappointed to find that such an awesome name was attached to a golf club.

75$ buy it now free shipping on ebay via goftetail. This is no deal.

I’m checking with the buyer, I’ll update my post when I know more.

I just got mine today, head cover was included but the adjustment auto-torque tool was not :frowning:

Thanks for posting this. I never got an answer about this from they buyer. I might’ve been a case where we didn’t get a sample and the vendor didn’t respond. Again, thanks!

No tool😠

Very correct with the “sweet spot”. This club does have a hot face and will hit the ball miles for a rescue wood. With that said. It does have a small sweet spot and less forgiving for the off center hits. Hit the center, you’ll love it. Miss the center, you’ll see what the mean. Nice club however.