Colorado Springs, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/20/2013 -- Over the past decade or so, technology has changed the game of golf in ways the people that play the game could have never imagined. The change has really benefited golfers as a whole. The massive driver-head clubs help those who struggle with a lack of distance. Game-improvement iron clubs mask flaws that cannot be fixed overnight while the golf ball has become so revolutionized there are now different balls for different players.
One of those golf balls happens to be TaylorMade’s Rocketballz. In 2012, TaylorMade, in order to re-energize its “Burner” line, came out with the new and improved Rocketballz family. The main idea behind it, much like the Burner, was to provide people with a sense of added distance that no other company could match. The Rocketballz family took the golf market by storm and it seemed like every other person was sporting a white driver; yet, not to be forgotten was the Rocketballz golf ball that TaylorMade released too.
Armed with TaylorMade’s patented React core and SpeedMantle technology, the Rocketballz golf ball promises its users “insane distance,” much like the rest of the family. The ball also has a very thin and soft cover, which in turn leads to great greenside control.
TaylorMade is not really a company known for its golf balls, but it has made great strides to start competing with companies like Titleist, Callaway, and Nike in the golf ball market. Looking over some reviews across the internet, the Rocketballz golf ball has gotten decent reviews. People like it for its value, distance, and good greenside control.
I myself have played the Rocketballz golf ball, and for $27, this is a great value ball. It gives players what they need in a golf ball and a little bit more too. It gives me really good control of my chip shots around the greens, and I did not sacrifice too much in distance either. The only downfall is that it did not gain as much distance with a driver as expected. I gained only three or four yards with my driver and five to ten with my irons. That could be a result of the soft cover, but overall this is a decent golf ball that a lot of mid- to high-handicappers would like. It really is a great ball for the bargain, and for those people who do not want to spend $45 dollars for some Pro V1’s, the Rocketballz is one of the better choices.
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