Taylormade rbz Fairway wood Has Innovative Performance

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Taylormade rbz Fairway wood Has Innovative Performance

 

The slightly deeper face and a COG that is further forward than traditional fairway woods gives you a more efficient, higher launch angle with less spin for even more distance. The Taylormade rbz Fairway wood has been developed with some key aims. TaylorMade wanted to create a fairway wood which had a durable yet flexible sole and face with a deeper face design and a low COG so it interact well with the turf. Made from high strength 455 steel, the powerful face plate has been welded to a cast body.

 

 

 

This face allows the club faces to be stronger and more durable than standard club faces. Historically, we've always said, let's move the center of gravity back to make the club easier to play" says Tom Olsavsky, TaylorMade's senior direct of product creation. However, Olsavsky notes, most golfers hit their fairway woods and hybrids high in the face with golf clubs for sale. He says the physics that helps you hit longer shots with your 460-cc driver doesn't help you as much with fairway woods because they feature a smaller head and shallower face.

 

 

 

In order to get a higher launch angle, more ball speed and more carry distance, TaylorMade says that it moved the center of gravity in to keep it more aligned with where golfers actually hit the ball. TaylorMade Golf today is unveiling the longest, most innovative high performance fairway woods and Rescues we've ever created with the introduction of RocketBallz. The new Taylormade rbz Fairway wood are years in the making, a byproduct of extensive research and development to find breakthrough performance in fairway woods and Rescues, most specifically increased ball speed.