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Taylor Made Burner TP Driver

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Manufacturer Description

TaylorMade Tour Engineers are the best in the world at the art and science of delivering what a tour professional wants and needs in their clubs. Equipment that meets a tour pros requirement for how a golf club should look, feel and perform. The TP line optimizes launch conditions for tour professionals --and players that swing like tour professionals --equaling maximum performance. Available in limited quantities, clubs made for the TP line are identical to the clubs that we make for our tour pros.

  • 1° open clubface alignment is pleasing to the skilled player's eye and promotes confidence and accuracy
  • SuperFast Technology reduces total club weight to 305 grams from average of 320 and promotes faster swing speed for added dri
  • Classically shaped clubhead conveys a distinctively "TaylorMade Tour" appearance at address to boost confidence
  • Massive 460 cc clubhead combined with TaylorMade's Inverted Cone Technology produces an extremely-high eMOI* that exceeds 580
  • SuperFast RE*AX TP shaft by is exceptionally lightweight and promotes increased stability at tour-caliber swing speeds

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User Ratings & Reviews (2 Reviews)

burner tp driver
8/9/2007
hands down, the best driver ever made.
brett (Kailua, HI)
Handicap 10 - 15
Awsome
5/26/2007
I have played 2 rounds so far and I have never driven the ball more accurate. The only drawback is you can't work the ball that well but the distance makes up for it. If you play a lot of tight fairways this is the club.
Kely (Moore, OK)
Handicap 6 - 10

Frequently asked questions about

Help me with the weights. I believe it is purchased with 3 oz weights. I have bought 2, 5, and 8 ounce weights. I'm trying to avoid a slice. What is the best weight se up for the club and myself? Than
Jerry
01/28/2010 7:04 PM
Jerry, the weights that come stock depend on the driver you have. Anytime you are looking to reduce a slice it is best to add weight to the heel. Put the heaviest weight in the heel and you may notice a reduction of side spin.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
02/01/2010 11:11 AM
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Hello, I understand most drivers come in a 10.5 and 9.5 degree loft. I use a 10.5. When teeing off, my ball usually has a lot of loft and goes really high in the air, should I switch to a 9.5 degree
Anonymous
05/31/2009 11:46 AM
Thank you for your question. Is it worth testing out? Absolutely. Will the 9.5 give you a more penetrating ball flight is the question. Most golfers would kill to have more hang time but I know how you feel. I was in the same boat at one time and tested different lofts much like you. I ended up staying with the higher loft though. I would test it prior to officially making a move. Play Well, Johnny
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
06/03/2009 6:33 AM
In general, the 9.5 degree will tend to give a lower ball flight. However, the shaft also contributes to launch angle. Find a Golf shop that has a simulator that can measure your swing path, launch angle, club-head speed, ball speed, spin and distance. With this information, your Pro can tell you if you need a different club, or just a new shaft.
Mid Handicap Golfer: Jim
03/10/2010 1:02 PM
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my avg swing speed is about 80 to 90 . what would be the best Shaft Flex for me
Anonymous
05/23/2009 7:25 PM
Thank you for your question. You would fall in the 'Regular' flex category based upon your swing speed. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you, Johnny
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
05/25/2009 8:53 AM
try the mizuno shaft fitting
Mid Handicap Golfer: Matt
04/25/2011 4:44 PM
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