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Women's Gear Spotlight: TaylorMade RBZ irons & TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons
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Don't let the name fool you (it's short for "RocketBallz," an R&D prototype nickname that stuck) -- the TaylorMade RBZ irons are not just for men, but also come in a women's version.
They have the hollow long irons, cavity back middle irons, while the short irons and wedges are a smaller and more compact clubhead design. The entire set is visually appealing and easy to hit. From address, the topline looks a little heavy, but you really hardly notice it. The color combination is unique which features a dull steel finish with black cavity and neon green accents.
A new vibration and sound control system in the 3-iron to pitching wedge dampens unwanted vibration without slowing the face down. We’re using a new Japanese urethane layer for the first time that’s exceptionally soft and pliable; it works in conjunction with the badge system to absorb unwanted vibration and sound without slowing the face.
TaylorMade isn't handling its marketing of the TaylorMade Rocketbladez irons lightly. They're, dare I say, going the distance. The key to those benefits, of course, is TaylorMade's Speed Pocket --- 'the little thing that promotes radical increased speed and distance', according to the manufacturer. The distance behind the irons is also helped by TaylorMade's unique Inverted Cone shape design and a high rate of MOI (Moment of Inertia).
"The Rocketbladez come with a load of performance both in distance and consistant distance," said Brian Bazzel, Product Creation Manager for TaylorMade. "But even above that is it gives you a higher trajectory and improved feel by the way we treat the pocket in the back of the cavity."
With plenty of support from Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose and other PGA Tour stars, the RocketBladez irons from TaylorMade have made a triumphant splash on the scene.
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