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- Description• Deeper clubface works with low CG to promote higher launch and lower spin for increased carry• New head shape and Inverted Cone face technology for greater speed and forgiveness• Non glare white crown and black clubface makes alignment easy• Slightly open face angle suits the better player's eye• Toe weighted to promote a neutral to fade bias
- ModelBurner Superfast 2.0 TP
- Club TypeDriver
- Shaft MaterialGraphite
- Head MaterialTitanium
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- smilesportsltdMar 11, 2013by
Let NORAD know you're headed for the course.
Yes, these clubs really are beasts! I hit high on the face a lot but when it's in the center it's like Albert Pujols against Brad Lidge! Seriously, the only thing wrong with this club is that it has no adjustment features. It's true that it's an anti-draw club. I had the Ti-Bubble 2 Driver and it took the whole fairway to fit in my draw ball flight. Watch the shafts. The Diamana is a bit more anti-draw than the Blur 55. Poor Taylormade, this is a sleeper and they failed to recognize the need for tuneability.
- 1053360751@dele...Jun 21, 2011by
Total Beast. Light as hell. Great sounding.
The open clubface makes it a tad harder to keep left. You need to play a cut unless you're very skillfull. I took it out for 18 for the first time yesterday and my first drive went 330+ dead center of the fairway leaving me with a wedge to the green. Had a couple nasty slices but I'm still a rookie. Overall this driver sounds and feels great when you hit it. I would recommend maybe a 9.5 instead of an 8.5 if you have trouble getting it into the air. And don't get an extra stiff flex if you don't hit it around 300. There is nothing bad to say about this club. The white crown and black face really make it easy to focus on alignment. The crown has an anti glare finish which is the first I've seen on the expensive drivers. The main difference between this tp club and the regular burner 2.0 is the shaft. This shaft will add 20 to 30 yards to your drive ATLEAST. Like I said the head is shaped differently and will give you more performance but almost requires you to hit a cut. All in all I have nothing bad to say about this club. All of my clubs are nike from 3 wood to wedge and my putter also, but I will never not have a taylormade driver in my bag after my experience with this monster. Read full review
- swollen10Jun 09, 2012by
I wished I had bought this driver first.
I was looking for a driver with a lower loft. I already have this driver in 9.5 but I hit it too high with no roll. I average 260 yards in carry with very little roll and if it's a little wet it actually will bounce backwards. This driver still has the carry but get thirty to fourty yards of roll. since I got this driver i've had more than twenty drives over 300 yards all the way up to 337 yards. If i can find another driver exaclly just like this one I will buy it in case I break this one. extremely extremely extremely satisfied.
- 916009788@delet...Feb 09, 2012by
Price was such a steal, I couldn't resist buying the darn thing eventhough I has a Stiff Shaft. To my great surprise, I have been hiting the ball very well. Compared to my old Cobra, the ball seems to fly off the club face even when hit slighly off center. In life, as in golf, you're better off keeping it in the Fairway!
- peaceofminddesi...Feb 06, 2012by
LONG and Straight when you make solid contact.
This driver's face is HOT! The ball just jumps off the club face when it is hit on the sweet spot. I love the white/black contrast. It is easy to lineup and the driver beams with a confident and aggressive look. This driver is going to be in my bag for quite sometime. I prefer the TP version because of the slightly smaller head and 1 degree open face. If you have problems slicing than this is NOT the driver for you. If you have a tendency to hook the ball more than this driver will prevent the hook but you can still work the ball with a draw or a fade.