Hybrids Explained

    TaylorMade R15 TP Rescue Hybrid Golf Club Review
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    The TaylorMade R15 TP Rescue hybrid is among the latest and the greatest in the company’s portfolio, featuring a tour inspired design/shape and a tad smaller footprint than the regular R15. These features are aimed at increasing the club’s playability and improving your game. Being more compact than the previous generation, the TaylorMade R15 TP hybrid will give you more versatility and thanks to its central center of gravity position, the ball trajectory will be more neutral. The club is comes with an open channel Speed Pocket which is designed to improve launch conditions while the three degrees loft sleeve allows the TaylorMade R15 TP Rescue to hit the sweet spot regardless the distance. The company focused intensely on the playability in the R15 TP Rescue hybrid; hence, if you’re an advanced golfer, using this baby will give you the ability to hit all kinds of shots with this club, in all types of scenarios/situations. That’s basically what a hybrid club is made for and the R15 TP Rescue gets the job done with flying colors.

    Unlike other hybrids in TaylorMade portfolio, the R15 TP Rescue doesn’t offer weight adjustability, but the default setting promotes a neutral ball flight, as I already told you; however, this fits great with my game style, hence I don’t consider it a disadvantage. A small amount of adjustability is possible thanks to the three degrees loft sleeve, so if you’re an experienced player you have the means to fine tune your game/lofts for the optimum distance. Bottom line, I regard the TaylorMade R15 TP Rescue Hybrid as one of the company’s greatest achievements and I must tell you that the Fujikura Speeder 869 Evolution TS shaft plays a big role in the outstanding qualities of this golf club. The R15 TP Rescue Hybrid retails for $280 and it comes highly recommended due to its stability, versatility and consistency; regardless of the situation, this baby delivers the goods without fuss or drama and that sounds great in my book.