This thread is days old. By colin , 16 hours ago in Tour Talk. I would prefer not to have to just experiment with each one. And let’s keep in mind it’s meant to TUNE. You use an included torque wrench to remove the head of the RocketBallz driver and re-attach it in any one of three settings to change the face angle and effective loft of the club.
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Posted June 26, Is there anybody that either knows what each setting is, or a site online that shows this? Since I am only 5’5″ and don’t play anything steeper than standard, plus I was running out of patience for what I thought was a very basic question, I just let it go.
Sign In Sign Up. RocketBallz drivers are being offered in two models: If the club’s purchased in order to let the player use their normal driver swing but adjust it to a draw or fade depending on the course they’re playing or tune it as Gordo mentioned then that makes a rocktballz more sense but again I personally would rather learn how to hit that shot than have something do it or help to do it for me.
I for one have an R11s and have it set to 8. Awards, Achievements, and Accolades. When you go down; you open it. Signing up is freeand you’ll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! So I’ve got my face open 3 degrees which is nice because I have a tendency to pull it a little but and that helps me keep it slightly more manageable if one gets away from me.
I have been rocektballz around online and cannot find anywhere that gives a breakdown on what each setting specifically does. Originally Posted by moparman The R9 adaptors are in half degree increments, for a total of 2 degrees change.
Another thing is that a lot of these pro golfers have these tour vans and they can get this super custom fit club for them. The R11s and RBZ are.
The RocketBallz driver boasts a larger appearance at address with a standard face height, rocketbaolz the RocketBallz Tour driver is mid-sized at address with a deeper face. For me personally I’d rather address that swing flaw than buy a tool to fix it for me, which is undoubtedly rocketballzz I lot of people would buy an adjustable driver for.
Apart from a different stock shaft Matrix 6Q3 or 7Q3 TPthe primary difference is the placement of weight.
The club has eight positions, the instruction book shows 8 positions, the print on the club only has 4 positions marked. But you’re better off in practice keeping it neutral and add fixing the swing or taking lessons to address adjuust issues. This is pretty shoddy, because when you go lower, it is still not consistent, standard lower by. You simply loosen the loft screw in the club heel using the wrench, then turn the sleeve which is marked with your loft degree choices to line up to the arrow on the back of the hosel.
Originally Posted by MiniBlueDragon Nah it’s more like the person trying to cut the bread can’t be bothered to practice adjst cut it well themselves, they adjuust a one-size-only bread slicer so that they don’t have to.
At most with the RBZ you can only open or close the face 3 degrees.
Think of it like trying to slice a loaf of bread by hand. I always thought the Wanamaker Trophy was too darn small. In other words having an adjustable club makes it so you don’t have to try and close or open it with your hands.
Prev 1 2 3 Next Page 1 of 3. If not, please start a new topic. Both from 3 rd February, When you go up in loft; you close the face. Originally Posted by gordo When you go up in loft; you close the face. This would be very appreciated. Oh yes, almost forgot Signing up is freeand you’ll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! When you raise or lower the loft you’re also opening and closing the face.