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1. TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver Review | Rick Shiels PGA
I welcome to rich Hills on Facebook Twitter on YouTube and today I'm going to be reviewing the new tailor-made Arby's edge stage 2 driver now I'm going to do a review today that I've not done before in the past I'm going to talk about the different technology and advances and what TaylorMade say about this Golf Club I'm going to tell you what I think about the Golf Club I'm going to get flight scope telling us what results it's getting with real golf balls I'm going to be hitting real golf balls such as this one Titleist colourways I've got a couple of top flights and so far but real golf balls so we're going to be hitting those off a real tee peg now the TaylorMade RVs add stage to driver this is a new advanced from the old driver the old rvs and obviously they'll all the RVs Edwards green the new one has got a new fancy feature on the back so we see here on the head it's got this new all-singing all-dancing top cover apparently this is - making it much easier to align the golf club up now with this sort of cone shape with the yellow and the gray in the black it makes it a line much much easier a couple of new features also this driver is that you now can take out of the shaft and put it in any different angle from one and a half degrees different to whatever the loft says on the head so we've got a nine and a half degree loft here so I can set this down anywhere to eight degrees all the way up to 11 degrees just by taking the shaft out and put it into a different position the shaft I'm going to be using in the driver today this is the rocket fuel this is the future Cora shaft it's 50 grams and it's in stiff flex so pretty standard really and this they do there is like there are other options with the shaft I'm just looking on the web site at the moment there are different ones of different custom options and my bit of advice for you would be just to test a few shafts see how they work for you see what good results you get either on flight school track man and get custom fit for it really it has got the 460cc head they've stuck with the white design on the top of the head for the main reason obviously telemedicine with the white color we've seen ping go to the full black and we see Nike now go to the red head so I'm guessing the sticking with their traditional white well not traditional their new white looking head another few little advantage on the apparently it's more streamlined and slick so apparently the aerodynamics on it come through the golf ball a lot better and it doesn't drag as much when you come in to hit the shot that's interesting idea looks wise compared to the old one it looks a little bit better from honest it looks a little bit more like they've taken a bit of pride and caring the appearance of it the Arby's added in the green headed club did look very nice but now we seem to have this new yellow and white and black and it does look very very sharp the other driver that's on offer at the moment is the r1 the TaylorMade r1 I've done a review on that in the past and I'm going to do a new one as well so keep an eye out for that now what I'm going to do is I'm going to hit ten real golf ball shots I'm going to get it on flight scope and after the video I'm going to compare the figures and look at them and maybe even comparing to the r1 and see what's good what's bad which you want to go in the longest which ones are giving you the best ball fly the best consistency I'm going to give it a real in-depth review today and hopefully then you're going to make some decisions whether you feel like this is the golf club for you whether the golf club that you've got in the past is is for you or whether you looking for a new I either they are one or a different manufacturer so like I say we are now going to be hitting some shots I'm going to hit about 10 shots boy I'm not going to bore you let and you just sit there watching each shot so I'm going to speed this process up a little bit but I'm gonna hit 10 shots for you and then we'll look at the flight scope figures we are in Manchester it's a little bit win this little bit breezy slightly favoring us so I'll be honest slightly downwind on the touch so maybe half a club to three-quarters of a club longer than what we'd normally look for so if the figures are a bit generous today that could be partly due to the wind so we're I'm going to hit I'm going to hit some golf shots for you now and hopefully I'm going to give you a really nice insight to what this golf club conduce this is the RB Zed stage to TaylorMade's newest driver first off when it sits behind the golf club it looks fantastic it does it looks really good in fact I'm quite shocked of how good it looks and I have already hit a few with this golf club already so it's not it's not as much a shot kind of lock down on the golf club anymore when I first picked it up and hit it it looked a bit Oh I'm not quite sure about this club I'm not quite sure if it's going to be the right whether it's going to have a large captive audience more than anything because this may put thick people off this may put consumers off this design on the head doesn't really me though shaft length feels a bit longer I'm going parents to the r1x I've still got the other one here so this is the r1 driver as well and it is just a fraction longer than the r1 driver that might just be the shaft options on it this is a way so this is the future clora rocket fuel okay let's hit a few shots I was nice but the eye looks really nice and straight away the sound sounds almost exactly the same as the RV's at the old one and that real sort of burst up fire that energy off the club head I like that now that was set at standard loft so the standard laughter that was nine point five and it had a very nice ball flight to it it seemed to fly it seemed to stay open the I mean you can tweak this this is the advantage of this new one that you can take the shaft out you get a little gives my goal toy a little wrench you can take it out slip the shaft out and it just has a series of different options on the neck there that you can change and put in back at a different angle technology these days I I'm going to hit another one for you now that is really nice serious that is really nice it it feels great it feels like a solid Golf Club I've always I always wondered when these new drivers would come along and started to take the shafts out they've got Callaway golf ball this time and when it started to take the the shafts out and put them back in again whether you'd still feels as solid as the manufacturers used to glue them in and fast nimble soon as your fascinating give it a click and it's in and you don't feel any difference really give it one more hit I'm gonna hit few more bar one more hit on the camera here anyway it's really nice I wouldn't change that loft for me that loft setting at nine and a half is what I normally use anyway with my I fifteen but nine and a half is a great loft and it just gives you that different alternative for it really now that felt great I'm just going to hit the rest of these golf balls to make it up to ten and then look through the flight scope figures to see what's good and what's bad about the cloth look and see how far it's going more than anything right there guys if we look at the data here for the tailor-made RVs head stage to drive there you can see on the screen at the moment hits some fairly decent shots some little draw some little push draws a couple left nothing they would tow a but decent results decent golf shots I'm fairly happy with the consistency of those shots with a driver now if we look at the data here now all together the average distance down at the bottom the average distance he was carrying was 267 yet it was rolling out to 280 which I'm happy with that's fairly decent clubhead speed was consistently in the sort of 104 105 range so stiff shaft is suited for that a couple of long shots shot number two in particular 293 and shot number four to nine four so really good distances there out the driver and just one last thing to notice is the launch angle the launch angle there in the sort of fourth or fifth column down of six seventh column down is sixteen point two so that could be a little bit lower now that's the advantage of this driver I could possibly bring that down the the loft angle down to maybe I don't know eight degrees and bring that launched that vertical launch angle down to something like about thirteen and a half would be ideal but fairly happy with the figures there with the consistency and I feel like that Golf Club is going to be a tough one to be I must admit I felt like they were pretty decent golf shots and hope you've enjoyed seeing the figures here on flight scope as well now what will be really interesting is seeing those figures against the TaylorMade are one driver that should be up on my channel very soon if it's not already it will be very soon but keep your eyes peeled for that as well right so we've given it some ratings now distance wise I'm going to give that a 5 out of 5 because average longer than my normal driver accuracy a four out of five is a couple of spread shots feel feel felt great five out of five now the recommended retail price for this is two four nine so I'm going to rate that five out of five for cost looks-wise I'm going to drop it down a couple of points to three or three out of five only because of this new design on the head adjustability four out of five because you can take that count change the loft and everything so the total score for the TaylorMade Arby's at stage 2 driver is 36 out of 40 I would say its aim is to mid to low handicappers writing guys so we've looked through the figures and it's fairly long 280 yards that's a pretty decent hit really pretty decent crack so that's the TaylorMade Arby's at stage 2 and I'm going to compare it to the r1 the figures are open on the screen or the the r1 picture should be here somewhere so you can click on that link or the descriptions down below for the r1 driver as well that felt great I must admit that felt really really solid felt better than the old one I would say it is I would say it's better than the old on but we'll have to see in comparison to the drivers as well so thanks very much for watching guys you can check mate check me out on Facebook and Twitter please do subscribe to the channel as well down below I'd love to hear what you say leave comment share the video and thanks for watching you
2. 5 YEARS OF TAYLORMADE GOLF DRIVERS TESTED!
hi guys it's Rick see us down here at Qwest Golf Academy here at Prairie sports village I'm gonna be testing the last five years worth of tailor-made drivers from 2012 to right now in 2017 my good friends at golfbidder have sent me all of the drivers there have been 20 drivers brought out in that period of time not as many actually as Callaway the brought 24 but tell mater brought out 20 drivers and I'm gonna test one from each of the years so I'm gonna test six of the drivers so technically it's kind of six years but not fully yet so it's still a five-year test so I'm gonna start with our 11s the first one we're going to test then we're going to move over to tailor-made r1 then we're going to go to the very popular SLD our driver then we're going to go into the r15 followed by the m1 from 2016 and to mix it up a little bit I'm gonna go m2 from 2017 all these drivers are in as close spec as possible all at nine nine and a half degree heads I'm gonna be using the same shaft they all dealer rogue with five of the drivers apart from the r11 s because the r11 s just has a slightly different connector so I've got a project X six point sharp six point zero shaft in the hour 11s but after that every one of them will be tested in the our dealer rogue I'm gonna carry out the test I'm gonna hit ten drivers with every single golf club I'm gonna go two rounds of five shots each so that I'm kind of splitting the wear and tear of me hitting them really the shots that countless shots that hit the fairway so I'm gonna imagine they're gonna be it's gonna be a 40-yard fairway and it's been the best five shots hit down that 40-yard fairway that's going to count towards the comparison at the end the more shots our club hits on the fairway it has got an advantage because the best five are still going to be used instead of just scrapping five down there so I'm gonna start with our 11s first I've set all these golf clubs as much as I can neutral so all of them have little functions and features I've set them all in neutral to get the best test within this I'm looking forward to giving this a go stay tuned what do you think it's gonna do it what do you think it's gonna win be interesting to hear your thoughts down below try and predict right now I'm also gonna do the ping drivers as well that's coming soon and also comment what other manufacturers would you like me to do this five year test on right our 11s I need five probe ease then switch over to the r1 and then switch round and have one more round so we've got ten shots from each so the our 11s one of the first drivers that came out and why it was very very standout it had the compass at the bottom which you can adjust to have the face more close I'll open it a dress and it had the weights in the toe and the heel and it was one of the first drivers as well with an adjustable neck so you could actually sync with the loss all right as good as they're gonna get I think today okay so that is the first five carried out with the our 11s I'm not gonna switch over to the are wall so our wall wasn't massively different than our 11 assets there are the compass on the bottom it was just a slightly bigger compass to have more of an influence when I say compass it's a dial that would sit the Golf Club more open or closed it's the other way in the heel stir the way in the toe stir the adjustable sleeve but the head didn't have a loft so the actual sleeve that you placed in actually determine the loft of the drive which I thought was very interested at I'm very cool and it's one of the crazy drivers that had this unbelievable graphic on the top and that was helping with alignment so to say it was bold at the time I tell you that but I'll tell you what it was a super successful driver so I've now got the our deal of rogue shaft in this driver and I will do for the next the next few till I get back round to the r11 axe struggling to find the fairway a little bit then but that last one has made up for it literally on the line okay moving now into the SL dr which came out in 2014 super popular driver okay so tell made SL dr this was the big loft up campaign when this came out this really did cause quite a storm because a lot of tall players warned very quickly with this driver how's it going to the hands of the average golfer they realize actually can hit it long but controlling it was slightly harder all about center of gravity moving forward with this driver and kind of really the and the pain is within this the category they pushed away as far forward as they could made this sliding bar so you could put it in draw and fade but it was ideal for ultimate distance and low spin let's give this hit so i put this in a tiny bit more loft than the rest because that's really what it was about all about loft up drivers they were starting to see 1314 degree drivers with this I can remember it not being as forgiving that was definitely more erratic but the long run was super long right let's move next into the ar-15 which was very similar to the AR s LDR but it's not to sliding weights at the front he said of the wall so ar-15 this came out in 2015 back in the 2015 as well and this was a modified version of the SL they are they brought an extra weight but still kept the weight forward all the way to the front so it's still a low spin driver just that with the two weights you could separate and give it a little bit more forgiveness I've kept these weights very neutral in the middle and the white had returned this did also come out with a 430 CC head and it did come out in a black version as well moving into the m1 now this is the 2016 model so the first m1 that they brought out again a step up from the SL they are and the ar-15 it continued with the weight at the front but they also introduced the way at the back to get more forgiveness and more variation between low speed and high spin so again I've gone neutral with both of these lofts both these weight positions one of the other standalone features with the m1 and this was m1 m2 and the new m1 m2 is had this multi material construction on the top there's not only titanium but it also had this carbon top as well which gave this incredible white and black contrast on the crown of the head and really stood out from the crowd it was such a big talking point when they brought that contrast out so this is the m1 460 they also brought a m1 430 out this year as well I've just got this in neutral so that was m1 2016 I'm now gonna move into m2 from 2017 I thought throw the m2 in the mix just it's a very awful little bit each year this is the 9.5 degree head as well similar to the rest this had no adjustability on it apart from the neck that's the only thing you can adjust the weights it's a little bit further back in the head it's got this more of a channel behind the face to help with that low spin that fast ball speed and it has the same head design as the m1 from 2017 but the difference between the 2016 and 2017 is that white board is just a little bit slimmer and there's even more of a carbon back which I actually really like the look of the back [Music] okay so that is the first round of all the drivers five shots with each we're gonna circle back again go back to our 11s and then we'll have a finale of all the ten shots stay tuned I need to hit some fairway second time round there wasn't many fairways being hit let's hit some fairways second time around our 11s back up first 60 shots not good routing guys so the results are in now as I mentioned to start the video what I'm going to do is take five of the best shots and use the averages from those and that doesn't mean the longest that actually means the ones that hit the fairway so within that kind of 20 yard either side of center line there the shots that are going to count now all of them managed to hit five fairways the one that was struggling the most was the SL dr seemed to only just about find the right amount of fairways and the rest of them have six driver shots hitting the fairway so out of the six we choose the best five the results are I'm gonna go through all the club day two first just to show you how similar I was hitting every single one of these drivers in the same kind of specs and shafts so down the left-hand side we've got 2012 our 11s all the way down to 2017 em - the important column first - look at his head speed that's what that's the average club head speed that I was presenting at contact with every one of the drivers you can see they're less than less than a mile per hour on average between any of the drivers are here from 110 miles per hour at 110 point five down to a hundred and nine point six a very very similar combat speed I was presenting you can also see there the path angles and the face - path angles and the angle of attack again all very very similar strike location their top right as well you can see the average of the five shots throughout location was pretty t-bob on pretty central so that's just showing that the shots I hit were pretty similar throughout the test let's not look at now the ball data how much difference was there between these drivers because if we would led to believe what the marketing guys say these drivers should at least be 10 to 15 yards further than the previous model so we should be it's like 40 50 60 yards further right now let's see if that's the case so as we see on screen there I'm gonna go straight to the carry number books I think that was obviously the most important and then we'll have a look at the reasons why there is any differences our 11s the oldest one of the bunch this one which actually felt really good run our sits in it I like the feel of this one a lot and this was giving me a carry distance of 270 for a total distance of 289 the average spin rate there was two thousand seven hundred and eighty three and the ball speed was one five eight that's the oldest driver carrying at 270 the second oldest driver which was the our Wang I like the feel of that I just didn't master the right look of it it kind of it's really dated now with the design on the top but I did like the feel of it this was giving me an average carry distance of two six nine the shots that hit the fairway four to eight a very similar numbers than what I was getting with the r11 s 2700 spin and 158 ball speed almost almost identical the two older models the 2012 model and the 2013 model so then we move into the next two years we have SL dr and r15 this is where we see a bit of a jump certainly between these two and the previous two models SL dr possibly one of the most successful drivers TaylorMade ever made carrying at two seven eight now that is eight nine yards longer than the r11 and they are wall it was the least controllable the misses were big big big but it seemed so when it was hit straight it was long the reason for it being so long wasn't any extra ball speed because we can see was still 158 it was the backspin the spin rate I was getting off this driver was 500 rpm less which makes a big difference and this is again the pioneer in this spin low when they move this track forward they realize the drive was spinning really low and then out came the big loft up campaign if you remember it from 2014 I'm really even leaking into 2015 that was their big talking point with this and it was long and that's why so many Tour players did so good with that driver there are 15 similar idea to the SL there I've just that we had two tracks and we went back to the Whitehead they sound similar carry distance at two seven six ball speed was just a tiny bit lower only a mile per hour slowly about half a mile per hour slower and the spirit just got up again to two and a half thousand snow-white as lower spin you can remember all these models are the 460cc heads they were smaller head options in the 430 CC options which actually produce lower spin but we're even more unforgiving so SL VR and AR 15 we definitely saw a jump up do we see as much of a jump up when we moved from M 1 2016 and M to 2017 the answer's no the answer we almost say identical carry distances again in fact these two drivers were very very similar we have 275 carry for both of the m1 and the new m2 spin rate on the m1 was at two and a half thousand spin rate on the m2 was 2,300 and both had almost identical ball speeds at 158 miles per hour ball speeds fascinating really interesting more adjustability as you move into the longer set so I could move that center of gravity forward or back on the m1 where the m2 was a fixed you couldn't really change anything at all it just looked awesome from above these two were the best feeling driver and for me the best looking driver I've always been a huge fan of the white and black contrast between them one of them too and I loved it still after all of the decades of the future that we've tested there and probably all of the drivers for me the end one of them too definitely looks the best did we see a bigger difference did we see that big a difference we saw a gradual step or a quite a steep step actually from our 11s and r12 then SL they are an ar-15 there was a big step up their distance went up nearly 10 yards which is pretty impressive spin rate dropped distance went up forgiveness seemed to get a little bit more sketchy did the distance improve them from them one of them - no but I actually found them a little bit easier to hit straight so as much as they weren't as long they definitely found it a little bit easier to hit straight you're going to remember all of these drivers there is a limit of how fast the ball can come off the face and that's why we've not seen any big massive leaps of ball speed when I was almost always presenting 110 miles per hour Club at speed we weren't seeing huge jumps of ball speed because these driver faces are regulated I mean there's a big thing there's there's a driver that's going to spin low it's gonna get you more distance but it's unforgiving typically certainly if you swing it fast and then this drivers going to give you more help and as drivers with lesser just to build ability which is going to be a lot cheaper twenty drivers and I reckon there were no difference almost between any of them we saw a really good slice between the six drivers are tested today a tailor made and we did see a grad a step-up at one point but it kind of plateaued out again and and I almost I can amend I can remember that step up of the SL dr it was a big leap forward which kind of plateaued out again thanks to the guys at golfbidder - helped me out at this Drive it also thanks to some punch hard who's a local golf professional I just needed a couple of one more driver as well and he helped me out last minute which is great so golfbidder and sent me all these drivers it's great to test them I'm now gonna do the ping video I might not do it today I might have a rest and then let me know in the comments below which brand do you want to see next I'd love to hear your thoughts down below what do you think of the drivers 20 drivers I don't don't think we see that much of a difference it's a lot of the idea of marketing but then also on looks feel and then that the sound as well you got off a driver I think it's more of a bigger factor when looking for a new driver look for one that you like to look up back it up with some GC quad numbers and then look at going playing with the driver and enjoying it guys thanks watching hopefully enjoyed the video if you did hit that thumbs up button is it what you expected or did you expect differently thanks watching if you're new to my channel hit that subscribe button watch the Calaway video in the in the corner if you've not seen that already and stay tuned for the ping video coming soon thanks for watching guys we'll see you see you next time never relax a coffee a Red Bull at the same time
3. TAYLORMADE RBZ DRIVER REVIEW
[Music] okay I'm here with the new tailor-made Arby's that driver is sure you've seen a lot of this on the TV now although all the tour players are using it and it's a very popular had Salem ativ cap was the white themed had which introduced last year in the new IR eleven and then you burner the RPS at Arby's that is really an update on that driver so really I think a far far better head now than the than the burner or the r11 what you have is actually the old burner price so what you've got is what called flight control technology which is where you can move the club you can change the loft than 1.5 degree increments so effectively you can add loft or deal off the club depending on what your swing style is and what you both flight requirements are but sir you've got club here that's built for distance it's got what we call and it's more aerodynamic it's got what we call an inverted cone technology on the face so basically that's increasing ball speed and trying to get the ball coming off the club face faster you've got a lightweight shaft as a standard setting which again lights of the shaft generally faster you can swing so that's again another benefit to hitting the ball a lot further but obviously we can change the loft so kind of when you played around at the club you've got to think about using kind of the key where you can just insert the key unscrew the head change the settings there's actually eight different options on this so what again I would recommend with all these adjustable drivers these days that you consider having it fitted take advice we generally do all fittings on this kind of driver because you out there generally don't know exactly what settings you'll be on any guidance the technology can be a little bit initially but as soon as you learn the system is very very simple and you know that's part of the fun with the driving you bind in technology so why not use it so let's give this one a go so it's a lovely shaped head it's 460cc it's it's great behind the ball it's very very square obviously concerned the club face in a little bit with changing the loft or I'll just open the club face a little bit but it's really nice behind the ball it feels really good in the hands it's kind of with a late lightweight shut it's very easy to feel the head and when you swing the club here it has a really nice sound to it I've kind of call that pretty much out of the middle it's not as loud as some of the drivers some drivers you get a little bit tinny this comes off the face really now it feels kind of really nice it's not too ringing in with the sound which is good only doors here so you'd really be able to tell the sound but again as you strike the ball it's really nice it's a really nice feel both like superb obviously for me I probably have a little bit of a stiffer shaft in it but the trajectories have been upended very penetrative fly so it's increasing your distance so a narrow down your head this inverted cone technology the hub in the face lightweight shaft lightweight grip so lovely looking head behind the ball is very very square and very easy to line up I think if you can just sort of if you consider in one of these drivers it's well worth having it fitted sort of learn the technology learn what the clubs all about understand how the changes in the club will suit the game
4. TAYLORMADE RBZ BLACK DRIVER REVIEW
[Music] 2011 was a huge ef4 TaylorMade it was the year that they launched the first ever mass-market white driver and it was the visibility out and taught that the r11 had combined with its greater level of adjustability that made it so popular within the amateur ranks well tailor made have now spotted another opportunity in this white driver market and they've launched a new driver called the RBZ or RocketBallz now it the name is a bit bizarre but it's come from what the member of their R&D department describing how the ball came off the club face as it was being hit during testing the key point about this driver is that it's replacing the current burner 2.0 and the story of the burner 2.0 was all about speed so it was the combination of a very lightweight head with a lightweight shaft and grip that gave players the maximum amount of club head speed that they could possibly get well they've looked to carry that message on in the RBZ but what they've done is they've introduced another element and that's adjustability they have the same SCT that's being used in the current r11 s and this allows players to change the loft the lie and the face angle so you're getting that that point about the r11 which is that you can set it up to a particular spec at address that really suits your game and it also has this all the speed that you would have expected in the previous burner 2.0 now what will make this driver a very interesting proposition for a lot of amateurs out there is that they're offering this adjustability at a very interesting price this driver will come in well below 300 pounds probably around about the 250 mark although it's very early days and we haven't had final confirmation on the price yet the more information go to the golf monthly website where you'll find galleries and technical specifications but for now from the Wesley and sorry it's good
5. TaylorMade RBZ Rocket Ballz Driver
okay in my hands tailor-made RBZ driver tailor-made Arby's air driver my name's Mike cross hood let's give this driver hit see what it comes out like this is the newest driver from TaylorMade they're trying to produce this new model with the RB Zed or otherwise known as the bull name gotta say it hurts when I say almost let's give it a hit see what it's all about so tailor-made RBZ driver it's got flight technology so you can make it go higher and lower with the loft so you can change crank the lofts around with this it's a nice big head it's got the white top as you'd come to expect from TaylorMade with green flashes on the shaft on the head it looks fantastic really black bottom black face that on mark over time but looks great out of the wrapper you got a little port at the back you can't move that but it's got a bit of weight at the back it's built for a bit of launch this driver just give it a hit see what it's all about putting it down by the board doesn't look good it sits nicely so it's relatively square it's a nice shape it's not ridiculously big even though it's a full size driver let's give it a hit see what it feels like the white to the black face looks fantastic as it does in the free wood as well now this doesn't include the the the slot at the bottom like the fairway well wood does this doesn't have that I'm sure maybe the new mums will if they get a new one out in the future which we kind of do note a let me do that every two minutes let's give this a hit and see what it feels like looks good by the ball ok feels good it's solid off the face its medium to loud it's quite a loud driver you know is aimed at people who want a driver to make a bit of noise you know it's a good player could use this driver but also a high handicapper could equally use it with the way you can crank the lofts around and what-have-you and the size of the head you know it's a generous sized head let's give it another hit yeah feels good it's a bit loud for me it's a good medium to highest launch it's certainly helping but like I say that's kind of irrelevant the notes on this club because of the the flight technology in the neck there I can make this launch however I want it to really let's give it another hit so that's going to high I can just twist it crank it down a little bit lower let's give it another hit does it look good by the ball that white and black with the green flashes looks nice yeah it's a good flight I mean this is just a standard off-the-rack one I would crank this down maybe get stiffer shaft and this for me if I was going to use it it's a good looking driver I can see this appealing again to many different golfers from new golfers high handicappers medium ranges even down to better players with the right specs in there for them it's a good head that's the RBZ or rocket fool's dry the container mode looks good does feel well feel good off a face this is going to perform as good as any of those other leading drivers out there subject to what you're doing so make sure you getting custom fit if you're looking at this stuff go to someone who can help you get the right specs because you can't find these off the rack there's a lot of options to do with the light with the different launches and obviously with shaft options and what-have-you so make sure you get them fit by somebody knows what they're on about but a good one to try let me know what you think guys post your comments always like to hear what you got to say thanks for watching [Music] you yeah
6. TAYLORMADE RBZ BLACK DRIVER 2018 REVIEW
[Music] right good afternoon we're here at American golf Telford and we're here today to try the exclusive range of tailor-made RBZ fairways and drivers that are exclusive to us at American golf so we've got a beautiful 460cc head very nice looking behind the ball frames the ball well and fantastically fitted with a Nozik white tie this one's a stiff flex so it's a ten and a half degree I've got four degrees of adjustability on this head so I can go to up or to down so I can take this head from ten and a half up to 12 and a half and also down to eight and a half great great value good price point so let's see how this bad boy goes so here we are on our normal driving range so I'm gonna hit my stop shop down the right side bar draw and let's see what type of numbers we can get out of it a little bit okay I'll miss the fairway one more good feel off the head strong come on dick put a good swing on so I mean for for a club golfer for a club golf that doesn't want to spend four hundred thirty pan this is good value 272 not bad for a for an old one referring to me not the club tell me I got all of that that's a good to 80 a pretty impressive for the price point believe these a two to nine on the Carlton they are indeed a fantastic value good club get yourself down to American golf get custom fit see you next week yes but
Most of the premium drivers on the market these days cost well over $400, so it's amazing to see TaylorMade coming out with this cracker for under $200.
Hint: You should also check out our full TaylorMade M6 Driver Review.
Usually when something seems to good to be true, then it is. But with the RBZ driver, that's not the case. You get a cracking driver at a ridiculous price.
We have literally not found a better combination or performance or price - and that is why it is our top driver for high handicappers - but its great for mid and lower handicappers too!