TaylorMade RocketBallz Driver

TaylorMade RocketBallzThe lines have been blurred when it comes to which type of golfer should use this type of driver or which type of golfer with a specific skill level can use a certain type of driver. This is mainly because technology has allowed almost all golfers with varying skill level to be able to use drivers that were designed for everyone (click here to read our other golf driver reviews).

The TaylorMade RocketBallz driver is one of the types of drivers where golfers with different skill levels will be able to use the driver. Of course, adjustments will have to be done with the driver like the loft and the stiffness of the shaft so that golfers with slower swing speeds will be able to hit the driver easily.

The TaylorMade RocketBallz driver is perfect for any aspiring golfer who wants to add a few yards to his drive.

There is a tour version of this driver which is aimed for players who want to be able to shape their shots even of the tee. This means that a golfer who wants to be able to do more with his drives, most likely a low handicapper, will benefit from the tour version because of the better shaft and the neutral face bias of the driver.

Features/Material

The TaylorMade RocketBallz has a titanium head which means the custom titanium sound that most golfers love is not missing. It will be much easier if you were able to hit your drive pure because of the loud noise that the club makes when it strikes the ball.

The TaylorMade RocketBallz driver features a Flight Control Technology that allows a golfer to adjust loft within a 3 degree range. This allows a golfer to have his desired ball flight without having to adjust his swing. This is a great advantage for the regular golfer because it allows you to adjust the driver perfectly to your preference resulting in more effective drivers; gives you more control over speed and distance.

The driver head is also designed to face much less air resistance which results in an increase of the club head speed. This means that you can easily add a few yards with this club. The low center of gravity of the club allows golfers to get the trajectory that he wants to have. Adjusting the loft will help promote a boring and penetrating ball flight that every golfer wants to have.

Performance

The club has a slightly draw bias which means that regular shots will draw to the left for right handed golfers. It also makes it hard to shape the ball from left to right which is something that golfers with more skill would want. The club is very powerful though and golfers who just want to put the ball in the middle of the fairway or the green if the hole is short will benefit from this club’s power and flight control.

Breakdown

Low handicappers would prefer the tour version of this driver because of the neutral face bias. It is much easier to shape the shot depending on the hole and they still get the same power and flight control that they need.

Mid handicappers who are having trouble because of losing their ball to the right will love this driver. The draw bias will help them hit their ball straight and they can easily add more power without putting a lot of effort.

High handicappers will love the huge sweet spot of this driver and the draw bias which will add a lot of distance. More distance will help high handicappers shoot lower scores.

Final Verdict

What makes the golf club so special is that it has all the technology that TaylorMade has that aims to promote more distance. The patented inverted cone technology of TaylorMade is being used to produce powerful shots even on off-center hits which will greatly benefit mid to high handicappers. Golfers who want to gain more distance will benefit from this club because of the huge face which brings a lot of confidence to go for it in every shot.

If you are looking for a driver that offers more adjustment features we recommend that you take a look at the TaylorMade R11 drivers that offer adaptability that few other drivers can match on the market.