RocketBallz Driver VS Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driver Review
Wholesale golf clubs USA / 2012-01-14
2012 is a new beginning and generation of golf, there will be an increasing number of people attend to golf game. Therefore, as one of the top golf brands, TaylorMade has produced its new golf clubs to the market. That is the Rocketballz clubs. Rocketballz is the name of the new line of drivers, irons or golf balls. Here in the Golf Wholesale Store you can buy the new arrival TaylorMade Rocketballz driver and the Burner SuperFast 2.0 driver.
Here in the following are the details of Rocketballz driver and Burner 2.0 driver.
Firstly, the new Taylormade Rocketballz driver will replace the successful Burner SuperFast 2.0, and while it retains the striking white colour the new product offers a level of adjustability not previously seen in a previous driver. This driver has a modern, aerodynamically shaped clubhead outfitted with a lightweight, 50-gram shaft. This shaft is 1/2" shorter than the Burner 2.0.
The new Rocketballz driver features the Flight Control Technology which allows the golfer to easily adjust the performance angles of the RBZ driver to one of 8 settings via the FCT sleeve. These settings allow a range of launch conditions that promote up to 60 yards of side-to-side trajectory adjustment. Golfers were complaining about the 2.0 shaft being too long and sacrificing accuracy. However, the Rocketballz driver makes an adjustment, went shorter, with the length without giving up distance.
Secondly, with the reference to the Burner 2.0 driver, we saw a continued focus on versatility and greater variety of options for ball flight. The theory behind the Burner SuperFast 2.0 is much simpler: Distance from Speed. At address, you can really see the contrast of the white non-glare crown and black clubface, designed to make alignment easy. Additionally, there is a pretty sweet Burner logo and text included that really stand out against the white crown.
The Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driveris the lightest TaylorMade driver ever at 279 grams. The Burner moniker has been around since 1983 and has always been the model designed for big bombing, or the “grip it and rip it” club for maxed out distance.The newest version in this line does not disappoint. It has a bigger, deeper clubface working with low CG to promote higher launch or lower spin for increased distance. The new head shape and Inverted Cone face technology create the largest sweetspot of any TaylorMade driver to date.