TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driver & R11 Driver

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TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driver & R11 Driver

Postby VictoriaSecret » Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:58 am

The Burner 2.0 Driver is newly shaped to deliver the benefit of Dual Crown Technology — designed to create a lower Centre of Gravity to promote a higher launch angle and lower spin-rate, the launch conditions that promote greater distance — but with a more conventional head shape.

While best price r11 driver, with all its moving parts, looks like a transformer, the Burner has more of an Indy car look and feel that is not only slick, but promotes confidence at address. At address, you can really see the contrast of the white non-glare crown and black clubface, designed to make alignment easy. Additionally, there is a pretty sweet Burner logo and text included that really stand out against the white crown.

Combining Speed, Power, and Distance, the best price burner 2.0 driver from TaylorMade offers high-level performance with new, bold aesthetics. With it's distinctive white crown and black face, the SuperFast is one of the easiest drivers to align at address ever, while it's aerodynamic shape allows wind to flow more smoothly over the rounded crown of the club, reducing drag and leading to a faster swing that produces more distance.

The golf clubs for sale -- TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Driver offers exceptional distance with extremely light weight. The aggressive head shape features drag-reducing geometry on the sole with a tapered back end for faster overall swing speeds which translates to more distance off the tee. Ultra-thin Wall technology on the inside reduces the wall thickness in the clubhead to allow for a larger face up front. This creates the biggest face on any TaylorMade Driver which gives you a larger hitting area with a larger sweet spot for more forgiveness.

TaylorMade has also included the 2.0 technology, which engineers each club for more control, higher ball flight and an improved sound and feel.
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