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TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Rescue Reviews

Lihu

Great club, it is the only one I can hit reliably other than my 4H of the same brand and make.

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Pros: Solid shots with no effort.

Cons: The white top makes it very obvious, but now that there's lots of use in it it has lost a lot of the lighthouse glint.

This club along with the partner 4H are the best purchases I have ever made. Although, I did buy both of mine at Dick's on sale for the same price last year. The lefty club selection at my local Golfsmith seems to focus on the latest clubs. These hybrids have replaced both of my fairway woods. They have a much more compact head, and elicit much more confidence in my shots. However, since I generally hit off the standard tees, I rarely need the 240 to 250 yards possible from a 3 fairway wood. That is, possible if I manage to hit that fairway wood well. These clubs are heavier and more compact, and I feel like I do not need to swing hard to get the desired distance. This in turn, makes...
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TJBam

Higher trajectory and reduced fade with forgiving club face

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Pros: Distance stayed around the same - but a higher trajectory ball flight with less roll makes long shots to the green much less menacing

Cons: Some golfers may not appreciate the club at address

Picked one up this weekend for a meager $90 and played two rounds with it.   First Impressions Address: I love the white crown and black face.  I almost feel like I can see it in my peripheral in my downswing which gives me the (possibly false) confidence that I will strike the ball well (golf is a mental game, right?). The regular flex shaft certainly has flex but feels firm.  This club inspires confidence at address and resembles the driver identically expect for of course the size.     The clubhead cover is clean sturdy and compact.  No BS frills just a clean headcover.  It is very thick and cushioned.   Trackman I compared this...
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