Callaway Strata Vs Taylormade RBZ Speedlight Club Sets Review And Comparison 2021
Two of the biggest brands in golf clash in this review of two excellent golf club sets from the pair.
The Callaway Strata are the most famous name in golf when it comes to getting an excellent quality set of clubs for an excellent price.
While the Strata is excellent value, The RBZ is a set of superior quality that offers increased performance for beginners looking to take their game to the next level.
Callaway Strata Set Overview
The Strata is set is famous the world over with 1000’s of 5 star reviews cementing their place at the top of the market.
The set comes in a 12, 14 and 16 piece version but we recommend at least the 14 piece as the 12 piece doesn’t come with a Sand Wedge.
The clubs are game improvement in nature with massive heads and large sweet spots.
They are aimed at average players with steel irons in the shafts that may not suit seniors and slow swing speeds.
Low Center of gravity in the clubs allows you to hit high launching and forgiving shots consistently.
The excellent value of the set makes it unbeatable for newcomers to the sport and those on a budget.
Taylormade RBZ Speedlight Golf Set
Seeing all the success of Callaway’s various beginner sets, Taylormade decided it was their turn to get in on the action with the excellently crafted RBZ Speedlight set.
The set is focused on taking a player from a beginner all the way to a mid handicappers.
The set is incredibly light but the clubs are built for distance and forgiveness.
The driver has low and rear weighting with high MOI and a deep COG for long and straight shots and it also comes with a 50g light shaft which is easy to swing.
The irons have a choice of steel or graphite as well as a choice of flex that will suit any swing speed.
If you are looking to take your game to the next level, the RBZ set is almost unbeatable in the market in terms of performance.
The Strata will suit, absolute beginners the best as the clubs are good quality and keenly priced.
The RBZ will suit a player who wants to take their game to the next level. Seniors and slower swing speeds will also benefit greatly from this set, although it does cost a good bit more.