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TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 TP Driver


Pros: makes the ball go further and is alot lighter than most drivers

Cons: a little longer shaft then other drivers

hands down, this is one of the best drivers on the market. It's super light and easy to swing and is made by the NUMBER ONE DRIVER MAKER IN GOLF!!!!!! Taylormade

TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 TP Driver

The second iteration of the Burner SuperFast driver, which was introduced right around a year ago. The SuperFast line is designed specifically to help players get the club moving faster through impact. By engineering a lighter, more aerodynamically enhanced club, players realized an increase in clubhead speed, and ultimately longer distances off the tee. The newest members to the Burner family are the Burner SuperFast 2.0 and Burner SuperFast 2.0 TP, which takes the SuperFast tech and combines it with an ultra-large face and an increased refinement in aerodynamics. Not only is an increase in clubhead speed promoted, this latest TaylorMade GI driver also promotes a higher launch angle and a decrease in spin, all which should equate to even longer distances over last year's Burner SuperFast model. The Burner SuperFast 2.0 also has a new head shape, which helps to leverage the benefits of TaylorMade's proven Dual Crown Technology. The benefit of this is a lower center of gravity (CG), which in turn leads to a higher launch angle, lower spin, and overall distance-promoting launch conditions. The Burner SuperFast 2.0 also holds the title of having the largest face of any TaylorMade driver ever made. The exceptionally deep face spans a whopping 4,550 mm2. The entire clubhead employs Ultra-Thin Wall construction which, along with a triangular head shape which allows for improvements in weight distribution and results in a more forgiving clubhead. Such a large face gives a lot more room for "less than square" contact, especially in light of the overall longer club length. The sweet spot is further expanded thanks to the presence of TaylorMade's Inverted Cone Technology, which is milled in the back of the club face. Also present is precise weighting that promotes a bit of draw bias, though the face angle measures up to square/neutral. The white crown of the Burner SuperFast 2.0 immediately grabs your attention and is a stark contrast from the black PVD finish of the face. Like the previous Burner SuperFast, weight is trimmed in as many places as possible. By using components such as a 25g Winn Lite grip, the SuperFast 2.0 takes the title of lightest TaylorMade driver ever, weighing in at a minuscule 279 grams. This reduction in weight combined with a tip-soft 46.5" Matrix Ozik XCon 4.8 shaft is said to promote a distance gain of up to five yards over the previous model. The TP model has a few key differences. Possibly the most visible difference is a more compact address footprint, though it also features a visible toe-side weight port. The face angle also measures slightly open. A Matrix Ozik HD 6 shaft wrapped in a 43 gram Tour Velvet Light grip rounds out the technical differences between the SuperFast 2.0 and SuperFast 2.0 TP. Note that I said technical differences. The standard model will be available in three lofts (9.5°, 10.5°, and HT), while the TP model drops it down a bit and offers an 8.5°, a 9.5°, and a 10.5°. Of course, there is a slight difference in price as well - the Burner SuperFast 2.0 will retail for $299 while the TP model will cost you $100 more, ringing up at $399. Expect to see these in stores February 4th.

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