Goodbye Burner hello RBZ or RocketBallz. We will be adding some great tech videos later today. In the meantime here are some pics of what Brent at Miles of Golf (fitter for pros through Cobra and Titleist) as “Game Changers”. These designs are the types of heads that allow many golfers to do things they have only seen on TV. I was smoking a 4 iron. I dont know how long I hit this rocket ship but I liked what I saw. High and long without that spinny crap you can see from time to time when you hit these larger looking heads.

Feel was same as the 2.0 unless you hit the longer irons when it felt much different. Muted do to the plastic added behind the face.

There are 2 sets of irons coming out. The RBZ and the RBZ Max. I only have pics of the regular RBZ that are to replace the 2.0 burner. The RocketBallz irons cost $699 with steel shafts and $899 with graphite shafts. The RocketBallz Max irons will be aprox $1,200 with a combo of graphite and steel and $1,300 for all graphite.

To see more photos and read discussion in the forums click here… http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/553959-rocketballz-irons-in-hand-pics-hot-long-high/

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  1. Cool, looks like they copied the Radar RX100 irons I bought 12 years ago!!!! Why do they keep selling us old ideas at new and higher prices

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