Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade Burner Steel Fairway
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Easiest Fairway Wood I've ever hit
25 May 2012
Summary: These 2007 Burners are still by far the best woods TaylorMade has ever made for the average golfers. These clubs are easy to hit and the clubhead just seems to swing on its own guiding the club back then down through the striking area. My super fast woods are now sitting in my garage and I've replaced them with the 3, 5 and Driver from the 2007 Burner models.
Hit it High and Let Fly. Great 3 wood. Very happy.
7 March 2012
Summary: I bought the Taylormade Burner Ladies 3 wood 2007 model at the advice of a Golf Pro friend of mine. He said that I would be able to hit this 3 wood up in the air and he was right. The club is easy to hit and I hit it higher than any other 3 wood I have ever tried. My understanding is that the club was made for that purpose. I think they only made that type of club in 2007. I am very happy with the product.
Tailor Made Burner woods are my choice to complete my golfing career.
10 August 2011
Summary: Being a senior golfer a fairway wood generally comes into play on every par five, most par fours and a lot of par threes.The Tailor Made Burner fairway woods are far and away the easiest fairway clubs I have ever played. The low profile of the club is a real confidence builder that helps to produce results in solid ball striking.
Summary: This 7wood is easily my favorite club. If you can't hit this club far, high, and straight then you should give it up... Seriously forgiving and beautiful. The sole of the club is a little busy looking, but at address it is simple. The shape of the head is confidence inspiring. For such a forgiving FW, it is quite workable as well. Recommended for all skill levels. Did I mention that I love this club? Yeah, get one.
Summary: I tried so many club before, Callaway, Yonex, Ping, Daiwa and few other maker and finally found a club with perfect shaft. I am a senior, high handicap player but getting better score since I use TaylorMade Burner #3 wood and driver. It make a big difference for high handy player like me. My friend also loves it and some are using Senior mens model. I will buy a new model soon.
Summary: These are some of the best golf clubs ever made for the recreational golfer. These clubs are light weight which helps with increased club head speed. The only downside is that the clubs are sold with only one grip size (standard). I could really use a midsized grip on this club.
Summary: These clubs are great. I'm a tall woman, so I like the men's club length and the senior flex is perfect for my club speed. These clubs replace my 10+ year old Taylormade Burner fairway woods and they were worth the price. I can hit them more consistantly and longer than my old ones.
Summary: This TaylorMade metal 3-wood is the easiest to hit and straightest fairway wood I have ever owned (and I've tried a lot of them over the last 30 years.) The club "sits up" so well behind the ball at address that I just know that I have an excellent chance to hit the ball where I want it to go. Best of all, I can work the ball from right to left or left to right!
Summary: I play a different brand of irons but truley belive Taylor woods are the best on the market. This taylor 3 wood is designed so well its like hitting a utility club but with 3 wood distance. I had a senior shaft in my purchase which has required me to slow my swing down a bit but the results are great. I can shape the shot and get 12 to 15 additional yards. Slowing my swing down has been a benifit with my irons as well.