TaylorMade Aero Burner Driver

Get Mark's iPad App http://itunes.apple.com/app/id542855061
Get Mark's iPhone App http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/golf/id456035227
Get Mark's Android App https://market.android.com/details?id=com.golfonline.golfpro
AskGolfGuru iPhone App https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/askgolfguru/id718764309?mt=8
AskGolfGuru iPad App https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/askgolfguru-hd/id718764399?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D2
AskGolfGuru Android App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.golfonline.golfpro_bluee&hl=en
Like Mark Crossfield on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/askgolfguru

Follow Mark/4golfonline on twitter http://twitter.com/#!/4golfonline

TaylorMade Aero Burner Driver reviewed by Mark Crossfield PGA professional AskGolfGuru. Mark hits the new Aero Burner from TaylorMade and talks spin rates, launch and distance from the driver. Featuring aero dynamic design and white looks the new burner is looking forward and back to the Burner brand. Play your best golf with the best golf equipment in your golf bag.

41 thoughts on “TaylorMade Aero Burner Driver

  1. One thing I would like to see more on your channel are Wedge reviews.
    You have quite a low number of them on your channel but they are important
    clubs in the bag.
    I hope you will do more of those this coming season. 

  2. It’s just funny to me how literally all the big brands are now pursuing
    what Nike did YEARS AGO with the first Victory Red drivers. Why? Because
    it was the first club to do a physical non-movable modification that
    worked. Just like the classic Big Bertha and how it changed golf forever,
    Nike did the same thing just in a more subtle way that is starting to
    become annoying.

  3. seriously, you do not swing a club faster simply because it’s lighter.
    also, you can only obtain more distance if you are
    able to swing the longer club with at least equal swing speed which will
    increase club head speed. however, as the shaft becomes longer it becomes
    more difficult to hit the ball in the center of the club face which cause
    ball speed to go down and this results in loss of distance.

    We did a 3 year study with testing driver lengths and had hundreds of case
    studies. In this study we only had only 6 people that could generate more
    club head speed with a driver that was over 45″ long as opposed to a driver
    of 44.5″ or shorter. Of those 6, not one could hit the center of the club
    face with as much consistency and their total overall distance was less
    with the longer shafted driver.

    Please people, wake up and realize that what is being propagated is great
    theory and works well with Iron Byron but in real life it just doesn’t
    work! Why do you think the best players in the world (tour players) have
    driver lengths averaging 44.5″. Sergio even plays a driver less than 44″.

  4. My game is focused on hitting a low, weak baffy thin rising fade. My ideal
    shot comes up 45 yards short and right of the target and plugs in a bunker.
    Ideally I can catch the shot fairly thin, and semi shank it so that it
    rises with a weak flight and baffs off to the right, any recommendations

  5. Club manufacturers should make a driver exceeding the legal limits and
    label it a fun club. Wouldn’t that be cool to carry it 300y for once?
    However, I don’t think it’s going to happen because it would make all their
    other drivers look lame…

  6. Guys I was thinking of getting this as a 2 rescue, but I checked the specs
    and it only goes down to a 3 rescue, should I get a 5 wood? As I don’t like
    the look of the r15 rescue, I need to fit the gap of 3 wood 3 iron 

  7. Mark, thank for the review of the TaylorMade AeroBurner. Perhaps a
    comparable matchup would be the G30 & Adams Golf (a TaylorMade subsidiary)
    Speedline driver? #let’sgetsomeotherbrandsinthere

  8. It looks well designed for modest swings and hopefully a modest price.
    Also would love to see a vid on shaft weights vs club head speed. getting
    new driver this season and Ime shafting it but I donèt want to get shafted.

  9. I really like what the major manufacturers are doing with implementing
    “wings” and other aerodynamically features implemented in the new drivers
    for 2015. I believe manufacturers will concentrate on a decrease in the
    cc size and increase the areo… It makes perfect sense!

  10. I know it’s difficult to get fitted for each club but I’m not sure how you
    can review this club properly without getting the right specs for you and
    we can all decide on looks but still enjoyed the vid as always:) 

  11. these videos could be so much shorter but you talk way too much and it gets
    really annoying and frustrating, like i just want to see the review +Mark

  12. I’m gonna wait for TM’s 12th driver of 2014 which is out in a couple of
    weeks; The Aero-Ballz-Rocket-JetSpeed-SLDR-Stage2-TP-Mini.

    *burns money*

  13. Can’t you do a “flex dosen’t mather”-video on shaft weights… I don’t know
    anything about weights of shafts.
    Has weight got a bigger impact on flight, spin and lenght then flex? 

Leave a Reply