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TaylorMade Mens JetSpeed RescuesHigher Launch + Less Spin = Increased Distance! JetSpeed Rescue Woods feature TaylorMade's Speed Pocket technology, which is aimed at reducing spin and increasing speed and distance on shots struck low on the clubface.TaylorMade Mens JetSpeed Rescues feature: * New and more efficient Speed Pocket design promotes fast ball speed for long distance * Low-and-forward center of gravity (CG) promotes fast ball speed and low spin optimal launch conditions * Ultra-high strength JetSteel face promotes fast ball speed for long distance * Low-profile head design with shallow face promotes easy and high launch for great playability * Matrix Velox T shaft-weight varies by flex to promote maximum feel and control at different swing speeds * Speed Pocket, low-forward CG and shaft specs work together to promote long distance and easy playability * Velox T graphite shaft available in Regular Senior Stiff * Available in left- and right-hand * Includes headcover * Click Detail Views & Info under the image above for alternate views and more details TaylorMade JetSpeed… The Speed Pocket Makes Them Long!
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Long shafts with light overall weight and a solid hitting head– GRRREAT
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The TaylorMade Jetspeed is the next generation of the club RBZ Stage 2. Although it is not adjustable, like the SLDR-S, it doesn’t need to be. Without the weight of the sleeve it is a light club, but a really solid hitter. The only thing to get used to is that these hybrids are long shafts, at least half and inch longer than comparison hybrids. The 5 iron was 40, while most 5 hybrids are 39.5 inches. Still, they are very smooth from fairway or rough.The shape of the pocket seems to work well, with the weight more at the middle of the club than at the back. The fly high, are easy to launch from tight lies with good carry. I bought 3h, 4h, 5h, and 6h and believe they are worth having. I started with the SLDR, TM’s most expensive and adjustable hybrids. However, they take a bite out of my swing with heavier shafts. The Velox T is an excellent shaft. I’ve re-shafted some other brand hybrid heads with the Velox T and it works just fine.
Great Fairway Rescue Club
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Nice! I’m an average golfer and I wasn’t having too much success with my 3W & 5W in the fairway. I did my due diligence and read about this “rescue club” for the fairway. I took it to the range and once I figured out it needed to be lined up like my driver (on the inside of my left heel – for me anyways) I was killing it 200 – 220 yds easily! A bit heavier than my current fairway woods but once I got used to it, the ball really took off and 90% of my shots were straight. Not to mention the price was great!
Used club but it looked like new. Very pleased with it
so much better than my 8 yr old hybrid, it’s a best buy.
Such a great club for the price along with free shipping. Very happy!
TaylorMade Men’s Jetspeed Golf Rescue
6 people found this helpful.
Must have Hybrid, Nice addition to your bag, Like me i cannot hit my 4 Iron but this one is right on the money. Par 3 182 Yard no problem at all. Yes I recommend taylormade Jetspeed Rescue.
forget the ego,get one
3 people found this helpful.
just wanted to try it,wanted a club I could hit high to land soft from 170-190 yards,this does the trick.
Decided to upgrade all my clubs this year. I was more than a decade behind in club technology. Decided on all TaylorMade. WOW. I have gained significant yardage with all my woods/utilities. My AeroBurner 3 wood forced me into a new driver as it is significantly straighter and longer than my old driver. From what I read, the Jetspeed clubs are very similar in technology as the AeroBurner models, but cost a lot less. I have a SLDR-C driver and 2 of these utilities. Rocketbladze/Tour irons (all used stuff from Global Golf). Not sure if I have spent much over $300 yet. Hitting’em all GREAT. Back to a 11 handicap.
It’s a little big (more like a 5 wood head) but it’s easy to hit
2 people found this helpful.
It’s a little big (more like a 5 wood head) but it’s easy to hit. I’m still trying to hit it straight consistently. The funny thing is that the 4 hybrid head is smaller than the 5 hybrid!