|Taylormade Rocketballz Review|
Taylormade Rocketballz Golf Balls Review
The Rocketballz golf ball is a 3-piece max distance ball with softer/control attributes about it as well. With a mix of high velocity and great greens control, this ball is in true form to work for just about any golfer. The soft lothane cover has a great feel, but also great durability. The speedmantle core offers high velocity off tee shots, but also added irons spin through out the bag. at around $25 this ball really is a bargain of it's own.
Greenside Spin: 7.0/10
Drivers/Woods Grade: A-
When you step up to the tee you want a ball you know will go long and go where you want, no surprise side-spin, no balloon, and no short comings. The Rocketballz ball takes the guessing game out. Even though it does have a softer feel, spin off the driver is pretty low, and again, even though it is soft, we never saw a ballooning flight. Drives are long, effortless, and feel good. The ball booms down the line, with distance just a tad longer than other balls in it's price range. And sometimes when you have a ball that has low spin off the driver, it can be hard to work it. But you can still work the Rocketballz ball easily enough to do any shot. One of the better long game balls out there for the buck.
Irons Grade: B
The ball has a really nice flight off the irons. Makes it easy to get up in the air and fly to any target you have. Distance on the irons is the same as the driver, as long or longer than balls in it's price range. but, what about the spin, the feel, the control? Spin off the irons is acceptable in such a mid-level ball, and you should be able to check-up easily and more advanced players will still be able to get this thing to spin back on them. The feel off irons I would like to be just a tad softer, but the feel for it's distance is just fine. Control again is easy off all clubs.
Wedges grade: C+
With it being a little bit harder off wedges, dialing in distance and spin was a little tough. It cooks off the wedge faces just like every other club. The first few weeks playing the ball I was over-shooting greens. Like other clubs it gets up in the air easily but sometimes just wants to keep going. Spin is decent on the wedges like on the irons. But the harder feel and high flight make it a tricky one around the greens. But once dialed in, the ball really works the way you want/need it to.
In it's price range I am not sure of a better ball for 2012. The Rocketballz golf ball was a stunner. The easy distance, the softer feel, and the control. Just a gret combo for a ball that costs $25. It has to be one of the best mid-range balls tested in a 2012 line. It may even become my everyday ball, thats how much I enjoy playing the Rocketballz ball. Hope you enjoyed my Rocketballz golf ball review enough to sway you off the fence and to try out this amazing ball.
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