TaylorMade Burner Rescue High Launch
Released June, 2008
The Pros:Hit well from everywhere, whether in the rough, fairway or off the tee. Mishits often perform better than expected. No need to power through a shot, club does all the work to create distance and height.
The Cons:Slight draw bias to it, not right for those with a draw swing already.
The TaylorMade Burner Rescue High Launch is a series of hybrid clubs in the line of Recue clubs offered by TaylorMade. These clubs give mid to high launch and mid to high spin. The triangular, dual crown club head saves weight while lowering the CG (center of gravity) and pushing it to the rear, which gives a more forgiving sweet spot allowing easier launch.
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The shallower clubface promotes more spin which results in greater carry and distance. These clubs have the largest footprint of any TaylorMade Rescue club, which further increases the forgiveness giving more confidence to the player. These clubs features a SuperFast 60-gram graphite shaft with Arrow 2 ultra-light 47-gram grip, giving a faster swing speed, and are also available with a steel shaft. Clubs available with steel or are numbers 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, with 3, 4 and 5 available in LH.
Feautres / Specifications
- Hybrid clubs
- Mid to high launch
- Mid to high spin
- Triangular head head
- Dual crown club head
- Shallow clubface
- Largest footprint in Rescue line
- SuperFast 60-gram graphite shaft
- Arrow 2 ultra-light 47-gram grip
- Clubs: 2(RH), 3(R&LH), 4(R&LH), 5(R&LH), 6 (RH)
- See gallery for more details
User Reviews (2)
hit well from everywhere, whether in the rough, fairway or off the tee
mishits often perform better than expected
no need to power through a shot, club does all the work to create distance and height
large face makes it easy to hit
nice grip on the shaft, feels secure
gives a satisfying "ping" when you hit it right
doesn't scratch or scuff up for a long time
slight draw bias to it, not right for those with a draw swing already
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