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TaylorMade Burner Superfast Driver

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9.5 Degrees
  • A full 14 grams lighter than the Burner 2009 Driver to promote faster clubhead speed and monstrous distance
  • Super light 30-gram WINN grip that doesn¿t sacrifice feel or traction.
  • Aerodynamic head shape reduces drag
  • Bigger expansive clubface is easier to hit and builds confidence
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Product Description

The TaylorMade Burner Super Fast Driver offers exceptional distance with extremely light weight. This new driver weighs only 284 grams and is extra-long at 46.5 inches long and when combined together they become the perfect recipe for increased speed and distance. The new aerodynamic head shape is large and slips faster through the air to promote added speed and power while Dual Crown Techonology promotes higher flight

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003Z9L5LG
  • Item model number: G2TABS-superfast-486
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #259,767 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Mike Reynolds on May 19, 2012
Let me first say that what works best for one golfer does not always fit another golfer. I'm going to rave about this driver in this review, but what I hope that you take away from this review is that this is without a doubt a high quality club that will suit a lot of players... maybe you.

Let me also tell you that even though I spent about $400 on this driver, it is a bargain. I set aside $500 about 3 months ago, and for 3 months have been hitting balls at every fitting demo and indoor golf store launch monitor that would do a fitting for me. I tried every driver on the market that I was interested in and compared them to each other. I did this in the evenings after work 2 times per week or so. Over the course of 3 months I hit a lot of balls, made a lot of friends at the golf stores in the area, learned a lot about my golf swing. One golf store was kind of rude to me, even though there was no one else in the store, they seemed bugged that I came in twice and did not purchase anything. But I decided that this kind of money does not grow on trees for me, and I was going to have fun and be informed and satisfied with my purchase. (If you can muster the cash to buy a driver, have a blast going out to try new things and meet new people. You can spend $12 on a terrible movie for a hour and a half, or you can spend the cost of a driver spread over weeks to learn and practice golf.)


I was not too excited to try Taylormade's new stuff. I have felt that their marketing is kind of misleading. Seriously, if Dustin Johnson gains 20 yards for every new driver that TM releases he should be hitting the ball 450 yards by now. Their irons are misleading too. A burner 2.0 7 iron is .
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Xander Po on July 11, 2011
Loft: 9.5Flex: StiffShaft Material: GraphiteHand Orientation: Right Verified Purchase
Super fast delivery (24 to 48 hours), as far as the actual bluc goes, here is a review I wrote on :

I had been playing with the same old driver for a good 5-6 years, trying out a few at the stores and even purchasing a new one last year but never really liking them, before I got my hands on this puppy. The feel is great, I had no problems adjusting to the added inch on the shaft, the light club head feels great and I've added a good 20-30 yards on the same swing with this club. I highly recommend it for the 220-270 yards medium length hitters, such as myself. Tried the updated 2.0 version of this year yesterday at the club and did not see the difference, get this one instead.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Martin on May 2, 2012
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I purchased this driver (and the matching 3-wood) a few weeks ago and I have been practicing with them 2-3 times a week at the range. I probably shoot around 100 on average--some days good, some days bad. I have a rather tight, compact swing, but more recently have been working on opening it up a little bit for more distance. I had a hand-me-down Pal Joey driver for the last few years, and wanted to try something new, so I sprung for the TaylorMade Burner Superfast. Everything I read said this driver, being the 2010 model, is just as good as the 2011, except for the difference in color. Plus, the price was right--I'm certainly not good enough to spend $400 on a new driver.

The first thing I noticed with this club over my old one was that the shaft is a few inches longer. So gripping it normally towards the end of the shaft, I was hooking it hard to the right on every swing. It seems that many drivers currently being sold come with a longer shaft than those of previous years--probably with the promise of greater distance. But what good is distance if it can't be controlled? So I started choking up a few inches (that's what she said), and with some more practice, my shots started to straighten out and I could begin to really gauge the distance. If you're swinging with a newer club that is longer than your previous and are fighting a hard slice, try this method and simplify your swing before you blame the club. As I worked on my mechanics and became more comfortable with the club, I started to adjust my grip back to the normal position.

At the range, I noticed that I was turning some heads when hitting with this club--it's very loud. Also, the club face is very large, which makes it somewhat forgiving for us hackers.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Picky Buyer on December 14, 2012
I am not one to go after the gimmicky products in golf. When I find something that works I stick with it. I was only looking to tweak my driver to gain an edge in direction and maybe a little more distance. I have gone from the Titleist 910 9.5 with a Speeder shaft tipped, to a Ping Rapture 9 degree with a Pro Launch Stiff shaft. I play a high draw and was averaging 270 off the tee. It got to be that I was having too much draw on the longer shots and when I needed to stay on the right side of a fairway I found it very hard to just hit a stright ball or even attempt a fade. As a fluke I went and demo'd the 911 RS along with a pro. He hooked me up on the computer screens and I had the Titleist, Ping and Taylor Made (yet to be tweaked). After hitting my clubs for a while, we had all the feedback we needed from the original clubs and then started hitting the TM and making adjustments about every 5 swings. What I ended up with was a 10.5 degree which I thought was too much loft for my swing along with the 60 gram shaft. The feel and feedback in my hands is excellent. I am carrying the ball farther (no doubt because of the loft) but now with my hands neutral, I have an automatic baby draw. Moving to a slightly weaker grip I am able to hit a fade whhich seemed impossible prior to this. My average drive is now 288 - 292 and I have ripped quite a few a little over 300. I played in a lot of tournaments this past summer and where there were some forced carries, I had all the confidence in the world of just letting it rip. I thought the white head was too gimmicky for me but after watching the ball flying high down the fairway, I got over it very quick. Being able to try the different shafts to get the launch angles fitted to my own swing was the biggest benefit as it should be with anyone buying a driver.Read more ›
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