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In my experience; Taylormade Burner. But that probably has much to do with the driver length.
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According to Golf Digest 08

Ping G10

and golfsaltoo(dude that started this thread) has one

Lucky Bastard

Although I think that Taylormade R7 Draw(mine)
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golf digest is wrong i thing i have hit both the burner and ping g10(i own one)the burner is further but unfortunatley i hate the massive looking clubhead of the burner and that is why i have the g 10
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golf digest is wrong i thing i have hit both the burner and ping g10(i own one)the burner is further but unfortunatley i hate the massive looking clubhead of the burner and that is why i have the g 10

So you like the way the burner hits but you dont have it cause you dont like the size of the clubhead

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the burner also has that funky looking crown and it has the longest shaft for any driver out there i also like the more rounded shape of the g 10 and it is easier to hit a fade or draw
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hey man i just dont like the burner i like my ping and thats what i bought so im happy with my choice
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Which Burner model are you talking about? I see a tour version as well.

How do they compare to the R7 quad with the movable weights????
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The moveable weights help set up a draw, fade, punch, high shot etc

The burner is for higher skilled players with a higher moi and designed for more swing speed it also as a lower launch angle so the average joe cant just get it up in the air
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With the COR limited, they're all the same. When some bozo says one driver is longer than the other, what he really means is that it has better launch conditions.

The launch conditions are going to be different for everybody with every clubhead/loft/shaft combo.

With that said. I get a good low-spin ball flight with my Sumo2 with a Proto shaft.
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from my personal experience, and from what i have heard from fitters and pro's > The burner. hands down.

i prefer mine though.
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