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Hi, I'm 13 yrs old and I'm wanting to get out of my junior maxfli set and go to a men's set. I have a taylormade burner 2.0 driver and hybrid that I hit very well( I hit my driver 200-265.) should I go with tm burner super launch 4-AW or tm burner 2.0 4-AW both regular flex graphite PLEASE HELP!!! Thanks

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If you have a 14 HDCP, you should have a pretty stable swing by now. Talk to your parents about getting a fitting: get some launch monitor data and see which {clubhead + shaft} works the best for you.

Also, at age 13, chances are you will grow some more and may need club adjustments by the end of high school. See if you can partner with a good-quality local golf shop which can help you through HS.


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