Taylormade 2.0 Burner Superfast Driver

http://www.4golfonline.com Mark Crossfield hits the Taylormade Burner 2.0 Superfast driver. Watch the white headed Burner driver tested by Mark. See how it launches and watch if it would help your golf game.

39 thoughts on “Taylormade 2.0 Burner Superfast Driver

  1. I’ve recently bought a second-hand one and it is BY FAR the lightest,
    easiest to hit and longest driver I’ve ever tried.

    I am far from being an expert so all the beginners out there, this driver
    is definitely worth looking in to.

  2. I have it not a big fan, it is a lot longer than other drivers and I think
    it alows it to lose controll a lot easier, thinking of replacing it with a
    cobra amp cell

  3. I have one. It took me awhile to get used to the lenght. I was slicing
    terribly at first, but I was also a fresh rookie. Once I got the basics
    down, I was hitting much straighter and now I really like it. I love the
    loud whack!,,, 

  4. I’ve had this club for about 1.5 years. For me I have a very long back
    swing and I hit the ball very straight with the burner. It’s very easy to
    use, the only problem I’ve had with it is that the grips it comes with
    where-down quite easily. However, still a very, very good driver. :)

  5. got mine re-gripped last week. after a few dozen trips to the range, you
    almost can’t hit it after 10-20 shots b/c the sweat / heat makes it so
    slippery. Should’ve re-gripped when i bought it.

  6. first time watching i really enjoyed the content and your reviews, but i
    would suggest investing in a better quality camera and microphone – it will
    make your videos much more enjoyable…thanks

  7. Mark I have the Burner 1.0 is it worth the upgrade? I am mostly looking at
    reshafting the 1.0 because I need Stiff vs the Regular shaft that came on
    it. Rather then reshaft, I can sell and get a 2.0. Would it be worth it?

  8. I’m in the same situation. I have a large slice that I am working to get
    rid of. Do you think for that reason I should stay away from the TP because
    of the toe weight and invest in the regular 2.0?

  9. @superscootkid what taylormade did was make it lighter, put more weigh in
    the back with a bigger club head, and also the shaft is just outstanding
    and durable.

  10. i just hit this club today at dicks sporting goods in the range. it was
    absolutely amazing! i just ordered one from the taylormade refurb shop
    online and i’m expecting it any day now. i cant wait to use it on the
    course and get to the range and hit some with it. i chose this club off
    weight mostly. the white was very appealing but the weight of the club is
    what impressed me. im going to regrip it as soon as i get it thank you for
    that advice. great video

  11. Orderd myself a Burner 2.0, hopefully get it tomoz so we will see, but got
    no problem rocking up to my club with it, let the performace of the club
    silence any critics. Well thats the plan.

  12. I don’t think this is a high handicapper’s driver as TM would have you
    believe. I had this for a couple of months & struggled to hit the ball
    straight consistently. The shaft is far too long at 46.5″. True, if you
    connect well, it goes like a rocket but it’s not overly
    confidence-inspiring at address IMO & far too whippy. High handicappers
    want to hit fairways regularly, not impress people with long drives down a
    range. Even pros think 46.5 ” is unreasonably long. Tiger uses 44″!

  13. Freaking love it got one today for $319 great deal plus it came with a $75
    burner bucks from golf town to put towards any taylor made product so I
    grabed the rosa spider ghost putter great clubs

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