Summary: As with any driver, it's not the driver, but how it fits the swing you have. For me, this driver is a waste of money, due to the light shaft weight. I have no idea why so many new driver come with such light shafts.
Pros: It's a very nice looking driver with an expensive shaft in it.
Cons: I hated this driver. It has a 50 gram shaft in it, and for me that's way too light. I've been playing 75 gram shafts in my driver for the past year and a half, and this driver was terrible with that light shaft. Ball flight was very low, and so far left on my target it was in another state.
Summary: SLDR , not much to say, worst feeling driver with a stock shaft I have ever hit. It did come alive when I shafted it wit an Aldila Tour Blue ATX shaft. However with the same shaft in a Titleist 913 D3 was like night and day. TheTitleiset out performed the TM in every category.
Summary: I opened it up ready to go play golf with my new 3 wood, and instead found a Taylormade Burner 2.0 10.5 Driver! I already have one of these, so sending it back. Fix your item description!!! For this kind of money its a joke.
Summary: Bought yesterday; went to the range, and played with it today. Very poor ball contact; very poor distance. My old Mizuno from 15 years ago easily outdistances this club, and consistently. Would NOT buy the Taylor Made if i could do it over.
Summary: Great clubs just very very poor finish! Upset at paying all this money for what now seems tobe of inferior quality
Pros: forgiveing, good distance, the LOOK when new.
Cons: I Really enjoyed these clubs but and it's a big but only after 4/5 games the black powder finish started to come off leaving the clubs looking just awful. Clearly this powder finish is of a very poor quality and feel that Taylormade should consider taking some action to resolve this problem.
Summary: Had the Taylor Made R5 for 4 years. Average drive was consistently 290 yrds. 310+ on occasion. Can't hit the SuperFast more than 250 yrds. Slices at least 80 yards. Threw it in the corner of my garage. Back to the R5. Waiste of $250!!!!