Get great distance with the TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Fairway 3 Wood Stiff. This club is designed with a black RocketSteel face for speed and strength and a nonglare white crown and crown graphic to promote easy alignment. The Speed Pocket design offers a fast flex for great distance, while the Matrix RocketFuel 60 graphite shaft delivers fast swing speeds.
Features and Benefits
175 cc clubhead with a RocketSteel face for speed and strength
Matrix RocketFuel 60 graphite shaft for fast swing speeds
Thick-thin Crown design provides light weight and an optimal center of gravity
Black clubface, nonglare white crown and crown graphic promote easy alignment
Speed Pocket design offers a fast flex for great distance
Rated 5 out of
picked this up for a great price, now my favorite!Picked this club up this summer now my favorite club in the bag. 10/10 would buy again. I don't know why they come out with new taylormade clubs every 5 minutes, I will be hitting this one for a long while.
Date published: 2014-10-16
Rated 5 out of
Great deal on this from AcademyBought this for my son for Christmas! Great deal at Academy Sports as usual
Date published: 2013-12-26
bvseo_cps, prod_bvrr, vn_cps_3.3.0
co_hasreviews, tv_0, tr_2
loc_en_US, sid_201393914, PRD, sort_mostRecent
bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-3.1.1
CLOUD, getReviews, 0ms
From time to time, Academy Sports + Outdoors runs sweepstakes in connection with its Ratings and Reviews. Certain of the reviews posted above on this page may have entitled the author to a sweepstakes entry.
Im 54 years old 185 lbs. avg. shape for my age. what type of flex shaft should I consider.
Asked by: Player 89
Hello, Player 89.
When selecting the type of shaft flex for your golf club, we suggest:
1.) Have your swing evaluated (for swing and speed) or know your swing and speed.
2.) Extra-stiff flex may be used for golfers who consistently hit the ball 300 yards off the tee and is generally reserved for professional golfers.
3.) Stiff flex may be used by golfers who consistently drive the ball 250 yards. This flex is one of the two most popular stiffnesses and is usually used by mid-low handicappers.
4.) Regular flex may be used by golfers who consistently drive the ball between 225-250 yards and is also a very popular selection. This stiffness is appropriate for mid-high handicappers.
5.) Senior flex may be used by golfers who consistently drive the ball between 200-225 yards and is a popular selection with older, male golfers.
6. Ladies flex may be used by women and those who consistently drive the ball less than 200 yards. This is the softest flex available.
Flex in the club helps the clubface to be square on impact, so selecting the proper flex is important. Selecting a softer flex may, also, help correct a slice. Likewise, selecting a flex that is too stiff will limit your ability to control the path of the ball.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2015-02-21
What kind of price is on this club
Asked by: Golf1
Please add item to cart to view pricing or contact customer service at (888) 922-2336 for pricing information and concerns.
The SRIXON® Women's 588 RTX CB Wedge features
a steel head for durability and a directionally milled Rotex face pattern that adds roughness for maximum spin on open-face wedge shots. An undercut wedge cavity back promotes perimeter weighting for forgiveness ...
The TaylorMade RAC Wedge features a design that
allows you to feel pocket channel vibrations efficiently and a strategic sole configuration that offers shot versatility. The 125-gram Femco steel shaft and the 304 stainless-steel clubhead provide control and power, while ...
Bring the Wilson Women's Harmonized M2 Putter to
your next game of golf. A stainless-steel head with multiple density areas in the micro-injection face insert gets the ball rolling, and the soft-feel grip with vertical seams offers a great feel ...