TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver Review
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The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver Review
The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver is designed to help the average golfer to improve his accuracy and distance from the tee.
The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver features an aerodynamic shape that helps to increase club head speed. The 460cc club head has a distinctive rounded toe and raised centre crown.
The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver is available with lofts of 9.5 degress, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees. There is even an HL (14 degree) option for those that golfers that feel they need just a little bit more loft to get the ball airborne from the tee.
The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver head is finished in matt white with a distinctive aeroburner graphic flash motive on top which is can be used for easy ball alignment. The AeroBurner also features a black PVD face. There is a head cover supplied with the AeroBurner.
Anyone buying The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver can have their new driver fitted with a regular, senior, stiff or X stiff Matrix Speed Graphite RUL-Z50 shaft.
Unlike a number of the TaylorMade Drivers there is no weight adjustment on the AeroBurner. TaylorMade maintain that adding an adjustable hosel would have a negative effect on the aerodynamics of the club.
The correct choice of shaft is normally determined by the swing speed of the player. Generally speaking if your swing speed is between 80 and 95 miles per hour you are most likely to require a regular flex shaft. Players with a swing speed of between 90 and 105 miles per hour usually prefer a stiff shaft and anyone who is achieving above this speed are best suited to an extra stiff shaft.
The AeroBurner is supplied as standard with a shaft that is 45.75 inches in length and there is no other option available.
People who are using the TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver are generally very satisfied with it and it has an overall star rating of 4.5.
Many users are reporting that they are driving the ball longer and straighter with the AeroBurner than they did with their previous drivers. They find the club well balanced, forgiving and easy to swing.
The bulk of the purchasers that were not satisfied with the club complained that it had arrived broken or they had not received the head cover. One or two of the reviewers simply felt that they were not getting the improvement in driving distances that they were expecting.
460cc aerodynamic club head
Available in four loft options (9.5, 10.5, 12 and 14 degrees)
47.5 inch shaft with ladies, regular, stiff and extra stiff options
Overall weight of club 300 grams
Right and left hand option available
Club head is not adjustable
Supplied with matching head cover as standard
Who is likely to buy The TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver?
Although the club may appeal to any golfer it is generally felt that golfers with slow or medium swing speeds are most likely to benefit from using the club.
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