Took the club back to the store i bought it from and they will send it off to TM and i should hear back by next week. He asked if i was leaving the head wet with the head cover on after each shot which is not the case but my fear is that they say its this. Will let you know the outcome but if they replace it i may ask the store to exchange for a r11s or a different brand as this has kinda put me off.
Go to Home Depot and pick up a can of some stuff called Bar Keepers friend. Get a hard bristled toothbrush and clean that slot out with the BKF after every round or two. That stuff works wonders for keeping rust off of stuff!It does say on their website that if over 30days they must send back to the OEM, we'll see what happens and hopefully TM will do the right thing!
Go to Home Depot and pick up a can of some stuff called Bar Keepers friend. Get a hard bristled toothbrush and clean that slot out with the BKF after every round or two. That stuff works wonders for keeping rust off of stuff!
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That's pretty sweet of TM. If I was you I would just go with the 910F or 910Fd depending on your game/strategy to match the rest of your set, IMO the RBZ is the easiest to hit of all of them, but the R11s is the most tunable of all the ones you mentioned.The store called me today and said TM would replace the club no questions asked which is great of them but i think i will change the club for something else. I've tried to get a definitive answer but is the R11 or R11s be a lot easier to hit off the deck than the RBZ? Possibly going to change it for an R11/s or the 910f.
I don't get it. I'm sure you're not lying here but I play 80% of my rounds on Oceanside courses and don't have a lick of rust on my RBZ 3w or 3h...this is the second rbz I have had. I returned the first one a few weeks ago for rust. Two rounds into the second, rust... I am not going to be getting another one. I will get it replaced with a R11s. They must be scratching their heads at tmag right now...