TaylorMade Tour Burner driver review

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TaylorMade Tour Burner driver review. Golf Monthly review of TaylorMade Tour Burner driver

TaylorMade Tour Burner driver
Golf Monthly Verdict

The Tour Burner driver made an immediate impact on tour when it went straight into many of the TaylorMade players’ bags. The crown of the driver is considerably smaller than the oversize sole. “Inverted Cone Technology” is used in both the driver and the new Tour Burner irons to enlarge the sweetspot and offer more forgiveness. Where next? More On Test: - Taylormade Burner Plus irons review - TaylorMade Burner Fairway and Rescue review Galleries: - TaylorMade Burner 2009 driver pictures - TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons pictures

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The small crown and oversize sole are designed to create a centre of gravity that is 40% lower in the clubface than the Burner TP's. The head is designed to help create a high launch angle and low spin rate for longer, straighter drives. A TP version is also available (£379) which sits 2 degrees open and is available in a choice of three shafts.

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