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TaylorMade 2009 Rescue Hybrid From the inventor of the original Rescue, The new TaylorMade Rescue 2009 has been re-designed to give the player more confidence over the ball with any type of lie. Six years ago TaylorMade created a new category of golf club by introducing the Rescue® Mid, an incredibly easy-to-hit club designed to take the place of long-irons. Whereas the typical long-iron is hard to hit, it was easy to launch the Rescue Mid high and straight, thanks to its low and deep CG and high MOI. Yet not only did casual players take to the Rescue Mid in droves, so did accomplished players, including tour pros, although they used it as a replacement for anything from the 1-, 2- and 3-iron to the 4-wood, 5-wood, 7-wood and even 11-wood. With its compact head, the Rescue Mid truly was a hybrid - a cross between an iron and a fairway wood. It was easy to hit straight, easy to hit out of the rough, and even great to chip with from certain greenside lies Features - TaylorMade 2009 Rescue Hybrid * Flight Control Technology allows player to customize face, lie, and loft angles. * More versatile and confidence-inspiring * Low-Friction sole * A low Center of Gravity that makes it easier to launch the ball high and long * Ultra-Thin wall technology for ideal weight distribution * Aldila Vodoo VS8 stock shaft Technology Rescue 2009 Right away you notice that the new Rescue hybrid's clubhead is refreshingly compact, which improves its playability, especially out of trouble spots like the rough. Despite it's smaller size, it still looks substantial and easy to launch, its appealing shape is more refined, and its two-tiered, monochromatic crown and silver clubface are a distinct improvement over the Rescue Mid's appearance. A crown decal is strategically positioned to make it easier to align the clubface properly to the target-line, promoting increased accuracy. Although the Rescue hybrid's size is similar to the original Rescue Mid, the new club has the benefit of Ultra-Thin Wall technology in the crown, which saves enough weight to significantly lower the CG location. Meanwhile, the sole has been redesigned with substantial areas at the toe and heel significantly recessed, so that a much smaller percentage of the sole area comes in contact with the turf. "By minimizing turf-resistance, the Low-Friction Sole helps the Rescue hybrid's head glide f

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TaylorMade 2009 Rescue Hybrid From the inventor of the original Rescue, The new TaylorMade Rescue 2009 has been re-designed to give the player more confidence over the ball with any type of lie. Six years ago TaylorMade created a new category of golf club by introducing the Rescue® Mid, an incredibly easy-to-hit club designed to take the place of long-irons. Whereas the typical long-iron is hard to hit, it was easy to launch the Rescue Mid high and straight, thanks to its low and deep CG and high MOI. Yet not only did casual players take to the Rescue Mid in droves, so did accomplished players, including tour pros, although they used it as a replacement for anything from the 1-, 2- and 3-iron to the 4-wood, 5-wood, 7-wood and even 11-wood. With its compact head, the Rescue Mid truly was a hybrid - a cross between an iron and a fairway wood. It was easy to hit straight, easy to hit out of the rough, and even great to chip with from certain greenside lies Features - TaylorMade 2009 Rescue Hybrid * Flight Control Technology allows player to customize face, lie, and loft angles. * More versatile and confidence-inspiring * Low-Friction sole * A low Center of Gravity that makes it easier to launch the ball high and long * Ultra-Thin wall technology for ideal weight distribution * Aldila Vodoo VS8 stock shaft Technology Rescue 2009 Right away you notice that the new Rescue hybrid's clubhead is refreshingly compact, which improves its playability, especially out of trouble spots like the rough. Despite it's smaller size, it still looks substantial and easy to launch, its appealing shape is more refined, and its two-tiered, monochromatic crown and silver clubface are a distinct improvement over the Rescue Mid's appearance. A crown decal is strategically positioned to make it easier to align the clubface properly to the target-line, promoting increased accuracy. Although the Rescue hybrid's size is similar to the original Rescue Mid, the new club has the benefit of Ultra-Thin Wall technology in the crown, which saves enough weight to significantly lower the CG location. Meanwhile, the sole has been redesigned with substantial areas at the toe and heel significantly recessed, so that a much smaller percentage of the sole area comes in contact with the turf. "By minimizing turf-resistance, the Low-Friction Sole helps the Rescue hybrid's head glide f

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TaylorMade 2009 Rescue Hybrid From the inventor of the original Rescue, The new TaylorMade Rescue 2009 has been re-designed to give the player more confidence over the ball with any type of lie. Six years ago TaylorMade created a new category of golf club by introducing the Rescue® Mid, an incredibly easy-to-hit club designed to take the place of long-irons. Whereas the typical long-iron is hard to hit, it was easy to launch the Rescue Mid high and straight, thanks to its low and deep CG and high MOI. Yet not only did casual players take to the Rescue Mid in droves, so did accomplished players, including tour pros, although they used it as a replacement for anything from the 1-, 2- and 3-iron to the 4-wood, 5-wood, 7-wood and even 11-wood. With its compact head, the Rescue Mid truly was a hybrid - a cross between an iron and a fairway wood. It was easy to hit straight, easy to hit out of the rough, and even great to chip with from certain greenside lies Features - TaylorMade 2009 Rescue Hybrid * Flight Control Technology allows player to customize face, lie, and loft angles. * More versatile and confidence-inspiring * Low-Friction sole * A low Center of Gravity that makes it easier to launch the ball high and long * Ultra-Thin wall technology for ideal weight distribution * Aldila Vodoo VS8 stock shaft Technology Rescue 2009 Right away you notice that the new Rescue hybrid's clubhead is refreshingly compact, which improves its playability, especially out of trouble spots like the rough. Despite it's smaller size, it still looks substantial and easy to launch, its appealing shape is more refined, and its two-tiered, monochromatic crown and silver clubface are a distinct improvement over the Rescue Mid's appearance. A crown decal is strategically positioned to make it easier to align the clubface properly to the target-line, promoting increased accuracy. Although the Rescue hybrid's size is similar to the original Rescue Mid, the new club has the benefit of Ultra-Thin Wall technology in the crown, which saves enough weight to significantly lower the CG location. Meanwhile, the sole has been redesigned with substantial areas at the toe and heel significantly recessed, so that a much smaller percentage of the sole area comes in contact with the turf. "By minimizing turf-resistance, the Low-Friction Sole helps the Rescue hybrid's head glide f

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