Summary: I purchased this driver (and the matching 3-wood) a few weeks ago and I have been practicing with them 2-3 times a week at the range. I probably shoot around 100 on average--some days good, some days bad. I have a rather tight, compact swing, but more recently have been working on opening it up a little bit for more distance. I had a hand-me-down Pal Joey driver for the last few years, and wanted to try something new, so I sprung for the TaylorMade Burner Superfast.
Summary: I bought the Superfast about six weeks ago after struggling all year with my old Taylor Made driver. I hit this driver much straighter and a bit longer. My son who is 22 liked mine so much I bought him one as well, and he is hitting it much longer. However, we both draw the ball with all clubs, and we both noticed that about 50% of the drives we hit with this driver will sail out straight, but then start to fade left to right about half way through the flight of the...
Summary: Decided to upgrade my woods and bought this driver along with a set of new fairway woods of a different brand. While the fairway woods are not as good as my old set, this driver is much better. When you do your part, it sends the ball long and straight. I am probably getting almost 30 yards more distance than my old driver (graphite shaft, not as large a head as the Burner). This club is LONG. I also get some "other" hits with it; i.e.
Summary: I had a Great Big Bertha before and had stopped playing golf regularly years ago. I started back to once or twice per month this past summer. I hit the GBB about 330-350 yards and now I hit the Superfast 370+. It's a good club for me as I am tall- 6'4"- and the shaft is longer than others on the market. If I have one complaint (and it's not a legitimate one) it is that the club is deafeningly loud when I hit the ball.