Stage 1… Successfully design and launch the TaylorMade RocketBallz (RBZ) driver. Stage 2… Do it again.
So what did TaylorMade call the second generation RBZ driver? Yup, you guessed it, the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 driver.
Somewhat busy head graphics are not to every tester’s liking; some guys don’t perceive it to be a significant upgrade from the previous RBZ; feels a little light to some.
Not only is the appearance of the Rocketballz Stage 2 a statement, but the sound is as well. When you really rip into a shot, there’s no mistaking it. The sound is a very thunderous smack and really lets you know that may have just cracked at least one of the layers of the ball.
With that explosive sound, you’re going to find a matching explosive feel. The club face feels very solid and it feels like the ball just rockets off the face at impact. (That pun even hurt me). It’s almost disappointing to hit this club because every shot feels like it’s going 345 yards and piercing through the air, but then you realize your swing still wasn’t good enough to produce that kind of shot regardless of how it felt.