As we all known, TaylorMade Golf is launching a TP version of its popular Burner SuperFast driver. Available to tour pros because March, the Burner SuperFast TP has been put in play by Retief Goosen, Y.E. Yang, Rory Sabbatini, Mike Weir, Pat Perez, Jason Day, Fred Funk, Justin Rose and Vaughn Taylor. Yang utilized it in April to win the Volvo China Open on the European Tour.


The TaylorMade Burner SuperFast TP Driver functions a rapidly, aerodynamic head shape, expansive clubface and slightly open clubface alignment. The inner side of the clubface incorporates TaylorMade’s renowned Inverted Cone Technologies, which promotes faster ball speed on off-center hits.


The Burner SuperFast TP driver also incorporates TaylorMade’s proven Dual-Crown technology, which each lowers and pulls back the center of gravity to promote a higher launch angle and less spin.

Introduced in the TaylorMade Tour Burner driver two years ago, and also used in the Burner 09, Dual Crown technologies is tremendously valuable. The Burner SuperFast TP driver is completed completely in black, including the sole and clubface, and capabilities a tour-inspired crown graphic and the renowned TP logo on the toe.

The TaylorMade R9 Max Driver improved efficiency starts with a new 460cc clubhead shape that is sleeker and a lot more aerodynamic than past Burner drivers.

This new head also boasts high MOI for tremendous forgiveness, and incorporates the biggest clubface of any TaylorMade driver. Measuring an expansive 4,500 square millimeters, the new clubface is 14% bigger than Burner 09’s clubface.


The very best news is that all players can take benefit of Burner SuperFast’s speed and distance positive aspects, as the driver will also be readily available in a ladies version in its own color palette. It really is a critical component to our general quest to make this club, the lightest driver we’ve ever produced.


The bigger face is essential in light of the truth that the longer club-length of Burner drivers, like Burner SuperFast, makes it a lot more challenging for the common player to make square speak to consistently, and the larger face offers them far more area to strike the ball with. The Taylormade R7 CGB MAX Driver features a new bulge and roll style that’s optimized to work with the greater MOI head to maximize forgiveness on off-center hits. Lastly, the clubface incorporates TaylorMade’s renowned Inverted Cone Technologies, which promotes faster ball speed on off-center hits.


At final, I am nevertheless in the testing stages with this driver, but I can say the outcomes have been quite favorable so far. The feel is classic TaylorMade with a muted click at impact. This driver is workable and produces a nice controlled trajectory, with low spin.

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