I recently purchased the RBZ Tour 3 hybrid mint from Global Golf. First it's great to buy the mint clubs because they are essentially new but at a used price. The club still had the plastic wrap on the head.I went to the range to run the new club through its paces. It took some time to get used to the weight. I moved up to a heavier, stiffer club due to a recent increase in club head speed. I'm glad I did. I could really feel the club all the way throught the swing. Once I got used to the weight the ball just jumped off the face with a high and long flight. I figured I was getting center face everytime since every flight looked exactly the same, but when I looked at the face some of the hits were more toward the toe. The slot on the bottom of the club really does help with making a larger sweet spot. The 3 wood Tour RBZ will definitely be the next purchase after I'm out of the dog house for buying this one.By the way I like that fact that I didn't get an RBZ headcover. Now the club sits in the back in stealth mode cloaked in an old Slazenger cover waiting to come out and destroy the ball when it least expects it.
Fantastic!!!!I ordered the RBZ tour 3 and 4 hybrids.Perfect grades to GlobalGolf and Taylor Made.The (very good) condition clubs were great. The original factory stickers were more worn than the actual club faces. Not sure the 3 was even hit. Nice job GlobalGolf.As for the RBZ's,they are solid. And big.15/20 yards big. I might have a gap between my 5 iron and 4H now. A 5 H should suffice. Good stuff.