TaylorMade RocketBallz Irons Are Good
Looking at where I was hitting the ball on the face with cheap TaylorMade RocketBallz Irons, I think I was pretty much staying in the center, so I cannot comment on heel and toe hits. As for low and high the irons seemed very forgiving to me. I think this is the inverted cone technology coming into play. Sure hitting them a little thin gave me lower ballflight, but distance and direction were still good. (Today for whatever reason is was slightly off to the heel side of the face, which is my common miss. I got the expected fade with that impact area, but a little less so then with my gamer forged irons.)
As I pulled the cheap TaylorMade golf clubs out of the box the irons certainly felt more solid than my normal irons. Since I’ve walked every round with these clubs – I can say that the carry weight does not seem any heavier than normal while the swing weight feels heavier while playing.
The solid feel of the clubs results in a high degree of confidence for me. I feel like I don’t need to work very hard and the clubs feel smooth and consistent throughout the swing.
Moreover, the If you are looking for a set of irons to produce a high ball flight and extreme distance, these Taylormade RocketBallz Irons are just for you. Although advertised as a game improvement iron, the RBZ irons could interest a lower handicap player simply because they are so easy to hit. When it comes to the Burner 2.0 Irons, the off-center contact now results in longer distance and a better ball flight because the "Inverted Cone Technology" used in these clubs has been modified to produce higher ball speeds no matter where impact occurs on the face. Again, If you are looking for a set of irons to produce a high ball flight and extreme distance, the RocketBallz Irons are just for you.
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