TaylorMade Burner SuperLaunch Rescue
Released December, 2010
The TaylorMade Burner SuperLaunch Rescue is a mid-range hybrid golf club similar to the TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0. The Burner SuperLaunch Rescue boasts a few significant improvements over the Burner SuperFast 2.0, namely: TaylorMade's SuperFast Technology package, a Triangular High Moment-of-Inertia clubhead and Ultra-Thin Wall Technology.
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The SuperLaunch Rescue, however, lacks the SuperFast 2.0's black and white design and precision-placed CG.
The Burner SuperLaunch Rescue's SuperFast Technology package promotes greater speed and distance by way of a lighter, longer shaft, a lighter grip, a more forgiving clubhead and a higher COR clubface. Its Triangular High Moment-of-Inertia clubhead provides the Burner SuperLaunch Rescue with a larger sweet spot, making it more forgiving of mis-hits. Meanwhile, the Burner SuperLaunch Rescue's Ultra-Thin Wall Technology creates a low, precision-placed center of gravity, resulting in a high, distance-enhancing launch angle.
- Improved SuperFast Technology package
- Triangular high-MOI clubhead
- Ultra-Thin Wall Technology
- Club lengths: 41", 40.5", 40"
- Loft: 18 °, 21 °, 24 °
- Lie: 60.5 °, 61 °, 61.5 °
- TaylorMade 47g Aero grip
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