Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade Burner Driver
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BENJAMIN F JOHNSON, Amazon
7 June 2013
Summary: Was not in great condition,but I do not put any blame on the seller, due to poor design the letters were peeling off the head cover,I wound giving it to a friend,very disappointed I would not buy from this manufacturer again
Conclusion: I finally upgraded from an old Titleist 975D. I was averaging about 280 with my old driver, with the occasional 300+ yarder. It flew straight and true on all but my worst days. I thought I was giving up yardage to all these new oversized models, so I made the switch.
Summary: I am a double bogey guy who loves to play. I was using a garage sale special before I purchased this club at Dicks. After hitting about 5 different clubs in the booth they have i settled on this one. I made 2 mistakes that day.
Conclusion: and with the wrong shaft its spins to much this driver is really a tour driver bent to give it some off set TOSS IT in everyones hand but this driver doesnt have the tech that some of the new drivers have so i would say a olde but a good with the right shaft
Summary: Taylormade's Burner 460 Ti Driver features a distinctive oval shaped head specially designed to create a deep center of gravity and a high moment of inertia for a higher launch angle. Its 460cc club head matches the limits the PGA tour set on club head size.
Excerpt: hi i bought the burner with a 12loft regular flex shaft just after i started to play golf. I was playin of 24h.c and although this club can hit the ball miles when you make a good connection the long shaft makes it very hard to control.
Excerpt: I bought my Burner Driver 2009 (regular flex, 10.5) 9 months ago and have given it plenty of use since then. Hit the sweet spot and the ball will fly miles! it's relatively forgiving and can deliver some serious distance.
Excerpt: I had this club for about 4 months and during that time hit some fantastic drives, including driving our par 4 6th hole at 299 yds. However more often than not I was very wayward and a lot came down to the shaft length.