Taylormade Jetspeed Driver
JetSpeed is the first-ever driver to incorporate TaylorMade’s renowned Speed Pocket technology. JetSpeed’s Speed Pocket also offers a huge performance advantage when impact is made low on the face, where most driver mis-hits occur, to minimize that added spin dramatically, to give you more distance. Unlike the early Speed Pocket designs in RocketBallz and RBZ Stage 2 fairways and Rescue clubs, the JetSpeed driver’s Speed Pocket is filled with a polymer that keeps debris out and absorbs unwanted vibration while allowing the face to flex freely.
Taylormade Jetspeed 3 wood, 5 wood and rescue
JetSpeed fairway woods and Rescue clubs each incorporate a radically redesigned Speed Pocket that’s smaller and accounts for less weight while remaining just as efficient at boosting the speed of the club face. Unlike the Speed Pockets in our previous fairways and Rescues, which were empty, JetSpeed’s is filled with polymer to keep debris out and absorb unwanted vibration without slowing down the clubface.
Taylormade SpeedBlade Irons
SpeedBlade irons take the TaylorMade Speed Pocket to the next level, giving golfers an instrument that will change the nature of their approach shots to help them hit more greens and shoot lower scores. The key performance feature is the Speed Pocket that enables a large area of the face to flex and rebound at impact, resulting in faster ball speed, higher launch and better feel The slender topline and sole in the short irons promote better workability, feel and control. The long irons feature a bigger topline to inspire confidence at address, and have each been optimized to promote phenomenal distance.
All the clubs offered for sale have been used in our hire company, Clubstohire.com, the largest golf club rental company in the world. Clubs have been played with and cared for in an appropriate fashion. The markings that you will likely find on products will show typical wear of models of its age. All of the wear is purely cosmetic, and will not in any way affect the performance of the club.
Among the wear that you may see on clubs:
- Normal ball marks and scratching on the face;
- Normal scratching on the sole;
- Minor dings and nicks on the crown and/or around the edges of the head;
Light scratches, paint chips, paint blemishes on or around the crown.