You know why I’d like to compare the newest cheap TaylorMade RocketBallZ RBZ Irons with the older Burner 2.0 Irons. That’s because either of them is going to be or has been the preferential choice for golfer’s replacing new irons. But both of them have their own different characteristics to appeal to the wider range golfers.
The TaylorMade RBZ Irons for sale 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. While the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Driver cheap with the weight distribution in each club has been improved across the board to promote a better ball trajectory. For example, because weight has been moved downward, outward and rearward on the long irons, these clubs - which are typically the hardest of all irons to hit - now make it easier to get the ball in the air.
Moreover, the If you are looking for a set of irons to produce a high ball flight and extreme distance, these RocketBallz Irons are just for you. Although advertised as a game improvement iron, the RBZ irons could interest a lower handicap player simply because they are so easy to hit. When it comes to the TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons, the off-center contact now results in longer distance and a better ball flight because the "Inverted Cone Technology" used in these clubs has been modified to produce higher ball speeds no matter where impact occurs on the face.