TaylorMade Burner Driver
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Super lightweight. Has a longer shaft than previous generations- help with increased distance.
The Cons:The stiff shaft may not be stiff enough for more advanced golfers.
The TaylorMade Burner is a performance driver that is a cross between TaylorMade's 2007 Burner and 2008 Tour Burner drivers. The driver features the same SuperFast technology of the 2007 model with a lightweight shaft that provides explosive swing speed and faster ball speed.
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It combines this technology with the Dual Crown technology of TaylorMade's Tour Burner which gives it high launch with low to mid spin for more distance. The TaylorMade Burner has a stable, high-MOI (Moment of Inertia) head design along with Inverted Cone technology which incorporates a shallow cone on the inner side of the club face. This technology allows the club face to deliver higher ball speed, makes it forgiving, and promotes more distance for off-centre hits. The driver comes with a SuperFast RE*AX 50g shaft and Arrow2 Lite grip and is available in 9.5°, 10.5°, and 12.0° lofts.
- Next generation Dual Crown Technology
- Super-stable, high-MOI head design
- Inverted Cone Technology
- SuperFast Technology
- Available in TP and Women's
- SuperFast RE*AX 50g shaft
- Arrow2 Lite Grip
- Deep face height
- Large address area
- High launch with low to mid spin
- Length: 46.25"
- Swing Weight: D4
- Lie Angle: 60°
- Head Volume: 460cc
- Lofts: 9.5°, 10.5°, 12.0°
User Reviews (1)
Has a longer shaft than previous generations- help with increased distance
The stiff shaft may not be stiff enough for more advanced golfers
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