TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid Adjustment Guide + (CHART)


Is the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid adjustable?

No, this RBZ Rescue Hybrid club does not have any adjustable settings. If you want to have adjustable settings, choose the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Tour Rescue. The 2 Tour Rescue has all the features of the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue with 12 loft adjustable settings.

But even without the adjustable settings, this hybrid golf club is a phenomenal unit. It perfectly does the job of a good Rescue club and promotes longer distance coverage with high-speed swings.

 

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid specs

The TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid covers more distance and has increased swing speed than the old versions. The following are its specs:

SPECIFICATIONS

DETAILS

Speed Pocket

As the name indicates, the clubface has a small opening at the back. This opening allows, on impact, the clubface to flex backward. With this golf club, the Speed Pocket is upgraded to increase the distance covered using the trampoline-like effect.

CG Placement

The CG is placed more forward and lower. This placement lowers the spin rates, and the launches are high. Such changes help to have improved trajectory, roll, and carry.

RocketSteel Face

The Carpenter steel is made thinner so that the clubface can flex backward faster along with the Speed Pocket.

Shaft

The shaft is made of graphite. The material makes the club lightweight so that you can hit with a higher swing speed. The weight of the shaft is 65g (0.1433lb).

Forgiveness

The thin RocketSteel face along with the Speed Pocket increase the area for hitting high-speed balls. Thus, with this, you will be able to hit away accurate shots from the sweet spot and cover more distance.

Control

The club lacks neutral swing and offsets bias. This allows the golfer to have better control, and they can shape the shots more effectively.

Launch

With the CG placement and Speed Pocket, this hybrid club can launch longer shots. Even the execution of these shots has become easier with the upgraded features.

 

How do I adjust my TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid?

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid does not come with adjustable loft settings.

But the basic steps to follow for adjusting a TaylorMade RBZ club are:

  1. Start with unscrewing the clubhead and keep doing it until it separates from the hosel.
  2. Once, it separates, you will see markings on the hosel that indicates the different loft settings. Use them as a reference.
  3. Next, place the clubhead at the position of your desired loft setting and screw it back into its place until you hear the “click” sound. The sound means that it is safely attached back to its place.
  4. Now, you are ready to use the club to make the required shots.

Even with the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid, many golfers have used it to play some of their best shots. Here is what they have to say about it:

 

PROS:

  • High level of forgiveness.
  • Long shaft helps with improving ball flight.
  • Has hot and hollow impact sensation.

CONS:

  • The upgraded crown design takes time to get used to.

 

TaylorMade RBZ driver adjustment chart

The tuning guide given below can be used to adjust the loft settings of the TaylorMade RBZ Driver.

By making the adjustments, the golfer can increase or decrease the distance coverage and improve accuracy better with every hit.

The adjustable settings can change the center of gravity by changing the weights which will affect the shot’s shape.

 

SETTINGS

8.5

9.5

10.5

12

LIE ANGLE

FACE ANGLE

SPIN

1

8.5

9.5

10.5

12

56.0

Square

±0

2

7.75

8.75

9.75

11.25

56.5

2° Open

-300

3

7.0

8.0

9.0

10.5

57.25

3° Open

-500

4

6.5

7.5

8.5

10.0

58.0

4° Open

-600

5

7.0

8.0

9.0

10.5

58.5

3° Open

-500

6

7.75

8.75

9.75

11.25

59.25

2° Open

-300

7

8.5

9.5

10.5

12.0

60.0

Square

±0

8

9.25

10.25

11.25

12.75

59.25

2° Closed

+300

9

10.0

11.0

12.0

13.5

58.5

3° Closed

+500

10

10.5

11.5

12.5

14.0

58.0

4° Closed

+600

11

10.0

11.0

12.0

13.5

57.25

3° Closed

+500

12

9.25

10.25

11.25

12.75

56.5

2° Closed

+300

 

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid weight adjustment

The specifications of the different TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid clubs are as follows.

CLUB

LOFT

LIE

LENGTH

SWING WEIGHT

3

19°

60°

41.25”

D4

4

22°

61°

40.75”

D4

5

25°

61.5°

40.25”

D4

6

28°

62°

39.75”

D4

 

To adjust the weights of the RBZ Stage 2 Rescue, you will need a wrench and the right weights. To change the weights, simply unscrew the old ones and replace them with the desired weights.

Changing the weights or adding more in the rear of the clubhead makes the hits more forgiving, higher, and spinning.

The CG placement in the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid already improves these features, thus not many adjustments with weights are required.

 

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue hybrid adjustment

 

What is the Difference between TaylorMade RBZ Rescue and RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrids?

The features of a TaylorMade RBZ Rescue hybrid:

  • The CG placement is forward and low. The location is helpful in terms of reducing the spin rate and promoting high launches so that the hits can cover more distance.
  • The high MOI and large clubface make it easier to launch the shots.
  • To boost the ball speed and COR, RocketBallz technology, and sole-positioned Speed Pocket is used.
  • Also, the weight of the shaft is kept light to have a better grip and faster swing speed.

The TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Rescue Hybrid is an upgraded version of the original RBZ Rescue. It is made to perform better in terms of hitting longer with higher speed. It has a better and easy alignment.

 

How to adjust TaylorMade RBZ Rescue Hybrid settings

Making adjustments are very easy. Simply take the clubhead off by unscrewing it.

Then check the setting markings and place the clubhead back in the setting that you desire.

And start screwing it back in place. Once, a “click” sound is heard, it is ready to use.

Ernie

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