I have had many Taylormade golf clubs over the years. Today let's talk about the products of this brand.
The first thing you notice about taylormade superlaunch irons
is that each features a wide, multifunctional sole. Like the Burner irons, the Burner SuperLaunch long-irons, mid-irons and short-irons were designed separately. Inverted Cone Technology in every Burner SuperLaunch iron helps expand the area of the clubface that delivers fast ball speed to promote more distance on off-center hits.
When you rest a Burner SuperLaunch iron behind the ball, you'll notice the substantial topline, which contributes to the exceptional stability. This shape, when combined with the wide sole and deep cavity, help make taylormade burner superlaunch irons
so much easier to launch at lower swing speeds.
The new taylormade superfast driver
is a full 14 grams lighter than the '09 Burner. And, with its 460cc head, equipped with an ultra over-sized clubface, the Superfast is also one of the most forgiving drivers you could possibly hit. The Burner Superfast has the thinnest club walls of almost any competitive driver on the market.
Like the R11 driver, the first thing you'll notice about the taylormade superfast 2.0
Driver is its white crown. The entire clubhead employs Ultra-Thin Wall construction which, along with a triangular head shape. This can work best for most players as it offers a secure hold on the club and also promotes good leverage so you can get the most distance.
The taylormade burner superfast 2.0 driver
also has a new head shape, which helps to leverage the benefits of TaylorMade's proven Dual Crown Technology. Also present is precise weighting that promotes a bit of draw bias, though the face angle measures up to square/neutral.
Lastly, the benefit of this driver is a lower center of gravity, which in turn leads to a higher launch angle, lower spin.