Callaway Golf X Hot 3Deep Vs TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2

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34 thoughts on “Callaway Golf X Hot 3Deep Vs TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2

  1. Might suggest your previous way of alternating clubs may give a different
    result. You appeared noticeably tired by the time you got to the RBZ. Just

  2. 3Deep was the most impressive 3w I tried last summer. My longest on
    monitor was 290 and playing I get 275 yds. I don’t use my 3w off the deck
    as a hybrid is much more accurate to hit greens from 230 yds out. I’d
    rather layup with an iron than mis-hit a 3w off deck! For stronger
    players, hitting 3w off deck on par 5’s is a thing of the past. This year,
    I just got the Razr Xtreme and longest was 330 yds with many in the
    290’s…unbelievable for a 440 cc head! I maybe old school in that I
    prefer smaller heads that I can go after with more precision. I
    concentrate on precision off the tee rather than muscle a ball that ends up
    in a bad lie…

  3. Rick…thanks for the great comparison of these two. Exactly what I was
    looking for, as I’m in the market to pull my driver and go with a “mini
    driver” club for tee shots. Love the work you’re doing. Keep it up!!

  4. Hello Rick as a Callaway using player myself whats your thoughts on the
    amount product Callaway produce and release into the market each year
    they`er constantly churning out stuff it`s disheartening when you pay top
    dollar for a driver and by the time you get to the course to use it it`s
    obsolete,in one year they brought out 5 driver`s that`s crazy.

  5. Callaway spun 1000rpm less, and launched at 12.9 degrees vs 10.6 for the
    RBZ. Same 103mph clubhead speed, but the RBZ actually had 3mph more ball
    Higher launch, lower spin, maybe there’s something to that after all :-)

  6. I love these comparison tests, but this one is slightly flawed. what’s the
    point of buying a fairway wood that you can’t hit off the deck?

  7. I replaced my Titleist 910 Fd 3 wood with the Rocketballz Stage 2 3 wood
    and what a difference. These fairway driver 3 woods are really hard to hit
    off the fairway , especially tight fairways. The Rocketballz stage 2 is the
    longest and easy hitting 3 wood I’ve ever played. 

  8. If you got fitted for both clubs and put the proper sprained shafts in them
    for your swing, you would get accurate results. Surely you know that off
    the shelf clubs are almost never a proper fit or spine aligned. You got
    lucky getting a good one with the calmly as your accuracy showed. Any good
    golfer would have hit both clubs well if there was not a horribly aligned
    shaft in them. 

  9. Hi Rick: Love how you do your club tests!! Best on You Tube! I subscribed
    to you on you tube but not sure aha this means since I don’t get any
    e-mails from you.
    Would you say the RBZ stage 2 fairway is significantly easier to hit off
    the deck than the Callaway? And or what 3-5 wood would you recommend for
    forgiveness and ease of hitting off the deck even if it’s a year or 2 old.

  10. PLEASE can you do an sldr 3 wood vs rbz tour 2012 vid?? or even just a data
    release to your subscribers to see which is longer? we’ve heard from MANY
    people that the rbz 2012 tour is longer than most current clubs so we were
    hoping to get real decision on this matter form a real player

  11. The Calloway 3 Deep 13 degree is about as long as my driver. I have stopped
    carrying a driver now because I’m much straighter with the 13 degree.

  12. It seems you might get a way better performance with different shaft in
    stage2.. Nice launch angle but spun too much. Good smash factors also. With
    3 deep it’s nice to have a deep face and have a little bit room for errors
    in different lies and from teebox aswell. Impressive

  13. I hit the RBZ, did not like the sound or feel and much less distance than 3
    Deep on average. 3 Deep is for stronger players with fast swing, but not
    confident with driver on tight fairways. Reality, even most good players
    struggle with drivers. I now carry 3 deep and shallow 3 wood. You just
    cannot hit a drive OB in golf! Launch monitor had my best 3 Deep drive of
    295 yds. I believe it, since on the course, I was reaching 280+ yds with
    the control I did not have with my driver.

  14. @tigerbalm couldn’t agree more I now game a 13 degree 3 deep and kept my
    G20 15 degree fairway wood in the bag, as the 3 deep is far to hard to hit
    off the deck 🙁 my G20 driver is well and truely relegated to the shed,
    only downside I have is a big gap between my G20 and my 19 hybrid so my
    next buy will be a 4 wood……. probobly a G20 🙂

  15. Just picked up the 3 Deep and I was carrying 275+ on launch monitor. On the
    range with range balls, carry 245 yds. The longest and best
    sounding/feeling 3 woods I’ve ever hit! I love that sharp, crisp snap when
    hit solid! You cannot slice with the 3 Deep. Easy to draw…but a little
    too easy. Purely for tee shots as i carry a shallow 3 wood and hybrid off
    Fairways. 3 Deep is only a little shorter than driver, but the control is

  16. Rick as you included the titleist 913 in the 3 wood face off , why did you
    miss out the d2 and d3 in the driver face off and can you add them now
    cheers Keith

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