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The features are interesting and, like all golf
club descriptions, a bit technical. So, what's in it for your average golfer to
use a Burner fairway wood?
o It's easy to hit and its high trajectory
results in more carry and distance.
o The large club head increases forgiveness
if you strike the golf ball a little off center.
o The triangular head focuses weight and,
again, increases the forgiveness factor.
o As mentioned, the really light graphic
shafts increase swing speed and distance.
The come in two flavors, High Launch, which is
designed to help golfers with average swing speeds launch the ball on a
"towering, long-carrying flight" and Tour Launch which is designed for better players with
higher swing speeds to give them a more penetrating ball flight while still
allowing for workability.
Both versions share several design
characteristics, the first being the Dual Crown technology which is also
featured in the Tour Burner driver. Featuring a crown that is smaller than the
sole helps to lower the center of gravity to make it easier to launch the ball
higher with less spin. What does this technology mean to you? More distance,
The also boast what TaylorMade calls "Ultra-Thin
Wall technology" meaning the walls of the clubhead is a measly .55
millimeters, making them easier to generate some serious clubhead speed.More details welcome