It really is fantastic, The ball goes very straight and a good distance. Consistently producing a medium ball flight almost every time, this club was also very easy to hit, even beginners and higher handicappers should be able to get their drives up and away with this Driver. The burner that I tested was 10. I fully expect to lose 4 to 5 shots off my handicap once the handicaps reopen next March. Of the clubs that I've looked at to date I've been very impressed by the new Burner series. Great Driver with a huge sweetspot. If you are an accurate driver then I'd highly recommend it for a bit more distance.
The sound and feel from the head at impact is pretty good and the weighting in the head will send the ball on a slightly higher trajectory than most of the other regular TaylorMade drivers. TaylorMade says its titanium club face is the largest in any TaylorMade driver produced as of 2009. I live a little under 40 miles waaayyy out in Suffolk County from the City line and when I have to drive in for work have to drive for various reasons I have to give myself 4 hours. I'd have to go with the r9 460. However, after having experience with both the r9 and the burner series, there are serious differences that suit many different types of golfers. However, when you hit the ball on the sweetspot, wow.
I get a lovely high draw with it. You can work the ball with it to unlike a lot of other drivers that give you the distance that this one does. The other issue is that this driver won't fit across the boot of my medium sized car when in my golf bag, which is a slight inconvenience. There are lots of good drivers out there, but the 2007 Burner is the best I have played. By analyzing your swing characteristics in our state-of-the-art facilities, our fitters can help you identify which driver is right for you and customize the length, loft, and face angle to give you longer, straighter, more consistent drives. However, he was susceptible to the occasional looping slice, despite its 'toed in' appearance at address, aimed at nullifying that most destructable of shots.
Performance wise we found that this TaylorMade Burner Driver generally seems to give more to a player in terms of accuracy than in distance. I agree with the other reviewers that the shaft is too long and I generally grip down a bit, which makes the club more controllable. I've had more experience with the latter, so I'll refer to it, but I'm referring to both. I hit the new burner and R9 super-tri drivers today, and neither of them gave you all the things that this club does. Also super service from golfbidder had clubs in two days.
I spent about a month reviewing drivers and went for the taylormade its such a great driver so much forgiveness, straight down the fairway everytime Im hitting it 250 yards and on a good day 300 easy. Contact: 0800 389 4292 Web: Lofts: 9. It leaves those bells and whistles to more expensive drivers and simply gets the job done for mid- to high-handicap golfers with mid-range budgets. The r9 series is very similar to the r7 series. The club is light and very easy to use. I'm not much on distance, average drive around 230 yards, but I sense this is a very long driver for me.
With the Burner's SuperFast club technology, this driver is extremely light, promoting a faster swingspeed for increased distance. I love it and would recommend it to anyone. Also for players who like to work the golf ball quite a lot on their drives, the 2007 Burner is a driver that we definitely found a bit easier to draw than fade. Wait a little, then go for the r9. TaylorMade 2007 Burner Driver 460 or R9 460? What is everyone's opinion on this matter? There were no stiffs available in lefty. I've hit most of the newer drivers because I buy and sell lots of clubs, and have yet to find a better driver. I really liked both clubs, but I cannot decide which one I should get.
The thing I like is it's a no nonsense driver, looks good and feels good off the face. Please have your Order Number ready and reference the tracking number on your shipment to ensure it has been delivered to our facility. Although I've always gone on performance not looks. I must say that this was a dramatic improvement with both accuracy, as well as distance. At the weekend in a match for my club against local rivals, one of the opposition 15 handicap had just purchased a left-handed version for the equivalent of just £150 in Florida and was loving its typical TaylorMade 'crunch feel' off the clubface and its 'soaring' ball flight.
Better swings will always promote better golf, and lower scores. The slightly closed face and flex point of the shaft produce a high, draw-biased ball flight. There are some new Japan-only Burner irons as well. It just fits and goes just as far as the newer ones. The service was excellent, I wasn't home to recieve my purchase so that night I changed my delivery address online and the next day it turned up at work.
The guy who worked there said that the reason I probably had more dispersion on the burner was due to the regular shaft. Now, if I thin, fat, or other wise hit a poor shot, I will feel that in my hands. This driver doesn't have any fancy moveable weights and you can't adjust its face angle or anything else. Both of these drivers are very popular - in fact, my husband uses the 2007 TaylorMade Burner driver 10. Shop what you want, when you want.
You have to keep the swing slow and smooth to achieve this. Although I find it difficult to work the ball with this driver, it's easy for me to hit it straight and it gives me nice distance. Even though this driver is a few years old, it's amazing. Space age looks My own experience of the 460 Burner is less extreme and my use of it coincided with one of my best rounds for over a year. TaylorMade redesigned their Burner Driver with a super-stable, high Moment of Inertia head shape design, combined with Inverted Cone Technology for greater forgiveness and more consistent distance on off-centre hits.