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TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Tour Graphite Fairway Wood

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $23.87
Mid: $28.08
High: $32.29

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $53.04
Mid: $62.40
High: $71.76

Next update: 5/29/16

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Stainless Steel

Ultra high strength RocketSteel supplied by Carpenter creates a thinner face and faster ball speeds.
7 standard and 5 upright loft adjustments for each wood.
Improved Speed Pocket design flexes faster for more distance.
Lower and forward CG location promotes a higher launch with low spin for maximum carry.
Shallow face and lower head profile for greater playability.
Thick and Thin Crown design saves weight to be redistributed elsewhere in the clubhead to improve CG location.
Black clubface, non-glare white crown and new crown graphic for easy alignment.
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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The update from last year's top-selling fairway wood features a new high-strength, stainless-steel alloy in the face. Also used in rocket engines, the alloy is heat-treated so it can be made thinner. The slot in the sole improves the trampoline effect of the face, and a low, slightly forward CG is designed to increase ball speed.
"The ball just didn't want to come out of the air, and I can shape shots."
"The ball jumps faster than normal. Clearly, one of the longest ones out here."
The slot is only a small part of the groundbreaking, comprehensive, almost dizzying level of innovation here.
You're asking a lot of average golfers to hit a 43.5-inch 3-wood off a fairway lie (43 inches used to be standard).

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