Recently got the chance for a fitting. Went with no expectations as i've always struggled with hybrids and reckoned i just couldn't use Titleist AP1 712 Irons. I was given a few to try and ended up with the RBZ. It was a very close contest with these and the ping i20, i plumped for the RBZ as i found them so easy to hit, ball flight was excellent after the pro gave me a hint on how to lower the ball flight, and a soft draw as well. It's now about six weeks since i took ownership and i've got to sing their praises, although i've never been a lover of 'white gear' i could easily get past this due to the performance on the course. Never having been a long hitter or strong player i find Callaway RAZR X Tour Irons penetrate into headwinds, as well as roll out, even my off center hits are good with considerable distance. Very easy to line up as well due to the black face contrast against the white head, lets just say that my 3&4 irons are in the darkness in my locker. Give the RBZ hybrids a go, best thing i've ever done golf wise, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
The TaylorMade RocketBallz hybrid rescue clubs have been developed specifically to help increase ball speed which in turn will allow you to generate more distance! Behind the face of the Mizuno MP-69 Irons lies the extraordinary 'Speed pocket' which has been added to dramatically boost the overall head and face flexibility. This promotes an immense increase in distance! The slightly deeper face and a centre of gravity that has been placed further forward than traditional hybrids gives you a more efficient, higher launch angle with less spin for even more distance. Made from high strength 455 steel, the powerful face plate has been welded to a cast body. This face allows the club face of the Ping G20 Driver to be stronger and more durable than standard club faces. The distinctive matte white crown is paired with a devilish black face making it much easier to 'see' the ball at address and aid alignment for extra accuracy and confidence. The head also features some small striking green colour accents to make your club look as good in the bag as it does at address.
Of the entire RBZ line, the Rescue hybrid was by far my favorite, and that’s saying something considering how big a fan I was of the fairway wood and Titleist 910 D2 Driver. Similar to the other clubs in this line, the ball jumps off the clubface. The RBZ produces a high and penetrating ball flight according to http://www.discountovergolf.com/. Distance was fantastic with this hybrid, and was easily a club longer than my current 19-degree hybrid. Most people are searching for a club they can hit straight, and the RBZ hybrid is super easy to keep on line. Even on off-center hits the ball would straighten out mid flight and stay on line rather than spray. From medium rough, and even the sand, this club performed admirably. Easily one of the best hybrids I have ever hit and I would feel completely confident putting it in my bag.