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Justin Rose demonstrates the RBZ Factor for WGC victory
March 12, 2012

Justin Rose overcame the famed “Blue Monster” for a one-stroke victory over the world’s best at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in a week that saw TaylorMade Tour staff professionals sportng a No. 17 on the front of their hats, to mark the official PGA Tour launch of its RocketBallz family of metalwoods.

Rose played the all new RocketBallz 3-wood, a breakthrough club that goes 17 yards further than the previous TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 model. As part of the ‘RBZ 17’ campaign at Doral, Rose wore a black cap with a slime green ‘17’ on the front and the hashtag #RBZFactor on the side to represent the remarkable distance gains golfers can enjoy.

Rose, 31, also played the all new ATV wedges, as well as the PENTA TP5 golf ball and Ghost Tour Corza putter, and wore adidas Golf apparel and the adicross footwear. Since debuting the adicross spikeless shoe last September, Rose has notched up two wins and now climbs moves to 9th in the 2012 FedEx Cup Stadings.

In Justin's Bag at the WGC-Cadillac:

Driver: R11 8.0°
Fairway: RBZ 15°
Hybrid: Rescue 11 19°
Irons: 4-9 Tour Preferred MB irons
Wedges: Tour Preferred MB PW, ATV 52° & 56°
Putter: Ghost Tour Corza
Ball: PENTA TP5
Headwear: TaylorMade RBZ limited edition
Apparel: adidas
Footwear: adidas adicross

Full details of the bag here.






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