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TaylorMade RocketBallz Graphite Driver

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $30.94
Mid: $36.40
High: $41.86

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $68.76
Mid: $80.89
High: $93.02

Next update: 5/29/16

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• Flight Control Technology allows loft adjustment of 1.5 degrees and face angle by 3 degrees.
• Lightweight shaft and grip combination promotes greater swing speed and more distance.
• Speed enhancing head shape allows faster head speed for greater distance.
• Inverted Cone clubface technology increases ball speed and distance on clubface hits off of center.
• White crown and black face contrast aids in alignment and reduces glare.
TaylorMade is an undisputed industry leader in golf equipment, offering a complete product line with innovative design and technology-based product for golfers of all skill levels. TaylorMade has a large presence on the PGA Tour as well as most competitive international tours. TaylorMade-Adidas golf is one of the largest golf club manufacturers in the world. It is a subsidiary of Adidas-Salomon A.G. (Also included in this stable of brands is MAXFLI and Rossa,) In 1998 TaylorMade, Salomon and Adidas joined forces, this event brought together some of the most innovative companies in their fields. The Adidas Group is one of the world's largest producers of sports clothing and shoes, while Salomon is known as the worldwide leader in snow skis, boots, bindings and boards, and outdoor footwear.

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With an emphasis on speed through lightweight shafts and a thin crown, both versions feature the company’s trademark adjustable hosel with eight loft/lie angle settings. The standard model has a draw bias and weighs 299 grams. The deep-face Tour version sits neutral.
“Once the ball gets up in the air it won’t come down. The adjustability is easy to fine-tune. The only things I’d criticize are the whack shaft graphics and the name. But neither of those contact the ball, so I’m OK with it.”
“You can’t mis-hit it if you try, and it feels awesome.”
Here’s a driver that plays bigger than its total weight feels. We like the shorter shaft, too.
Why mess up pure white with Snooki-like tattoos?

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