TaylorMade's faster, longer, lighter driver

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Go five yards longer than the original with the SuperFast 2.0



Faster, lighter, driver, stronger: The new TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 is a step up

The modern Burner, introduced in early 2007, is the best-selling driver in TaylorMade history. However, if early success is anything to go by, the Burner SuperFast 2.0 and SuperFast 2.0 TP could eclipse the achievements of even that.

A year after the arrival of SuperFast technology - to make the Burner lighter, longer and faster - the Burner SuperFast 2.0 has arrived and it’s packing five yards more than its predecessor.

It has one of the largest faces in golf and a more triangular address shape, which has been allowed for by the clubhead’s Ultra-Thin Wall construction.

The depth of the face is key in providing more impact area above centre, promoting a higher launch and low spin-rate - essential for more distance.

Like the popular R11 driver, the Burner SuperFast 2.0’s distinct white crown and black PVD clubface create optimum contrast for better alignment.

With a longer shaft length, lighter grip - helping make it also the lightest driver in TaylorMade history at 279g - and a more aerodynamic shape, extra yards are almost guaranteed.

• TP version features a single weight port on the toe and slightly open clubface angle

• SuperFast technology, ultra-large face size and low-drag aerodynamics promote more swing speed, higher launch and low spin

• High MOI titanium clubhead also features Inverted Cone Technology, which helps deliver high ball speeds on off-centre hits

• White colour helps to make face appear 2% larger compared to same-sized black heads

• Lofts: 8.5° (TP only), 9.5°, 10.5°, 13°

• RRP: £249, £299 (TP)

• taylormadegolf.com

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